An Atlas of Surface Microscopy of Pigmented Skin Lesions
McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Medical - 120 pages
This atlas describes the surface microscopic features of pigmented lesions, including each feature's histopathological correlate. It gives the physician a clear understanding of the decision making involved in making an accurate clinical diagnosis of benign & malignant pigmented skin lesions.
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Benign pigmented macules
Nonmelanocytic pigmented tumors
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absent network Acad Dermatol Amelanotic melanoma arrow asymmetrically irregular pigmentation Blue nevus blue pigmentation blue-white veil Breslow depth broadened network color confluent crypts dermal component dermal nevi dermatofibroma dermis discrete Dysplastic nevus surface ephelis epidermis feature of invasive feature of melanoma Follicular plugs hemangiomas histological Histopathologically Hutchinson's melanotic freckle intraepidermal Invasive melanoma clinical Invasive melanoma surface junctional nevus keratin keratinocytes keratosis surface microscopy Lentigo maligna Hutchinson's lentigo maligna melanoma lentigo simplex Magnification X25 Magnification X50 maligna Hutchinson's melanotic melanin melanocytic nevus melanoma surface microscopy melanophages metastasis milia-like cysts morphological multiple blue dots Multiple brown dots negative pigment network nests nevus cells nevus clinical view nevus surface microscopy nodular melanoma Pigmented basal-cell carcinoma pigmented lesions pigmented skin lesions point and axial pseudopods radial streaming regression rete pegs rete ridges scar-like depigmentation Seborrheic keratosis surface sensitivity solar keratosis solar lentigo Spitz nevi stain stratum corneum superficial spreading melanoma surface microscopic features telangiectases