Atlas and Synopsis of Lever's Histopathology of the Skin
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Sep 26, 2012 - Medical - 560 pages
Atlas and Synopsis of Lever's Histopathology of the Skin provides a systematic approach to diagnosing skin diseases. Written for trainees as well as experienced dermatopathologists, this text classifies skin diseases by location, reaction patterns, and cell type, if applicable. Revised and updated based on the 10th edition of Lever's Histopathology of the Skin, it greatly expands the concept of pattern recognition in differential diagnosis.
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Localized or Diffuse Hyperpigmentations
Localized Superficial Epidermal or Melanocytic Proliferations
A Localized Irregular Thickening of the Epidermis
Superficial Melanocytic Proliferations
Localized Lesions With Elongated Rete Ridges
Localized Lesions With Pagetoid Epithelial
Disorders of the Superficial Cutaneous Reactive Unit
F Superficial Dermatitis With Lichenoid Infiltrates
H Superficial Dermatitis With Interface Vacuoles
Acantholytic Vesicular and Pustular Disorders
2a Intraspinous Spongiosis Eosinophils Present
E SubepidermalVesicular Dermatitis
Perivascular Diffuse and Granulomatous Infiltrates of the Reticular Dermis
1 SquamousDifferentiation 62 InvertedFollicularKeratosis 62 2 Basaloid Differentiation 63 BasalCellCarcinoma 63 G SuperficialPolypoid Lesions 66...
Tumors and Cysts of the Dermis and Subcutis
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acantholytic acanthosis acanthotic actinic keratosis areas associated atrophic atypical basal cell biopsy blister bullous chronic Clin CLINICAL SUMMARY collagen Conditions to consider cutaneous cyst cytoplasm Dermatol dermatosis dermis differential diagnosis diffuse infiltrate disease drug eruption dysplastic eccrine edema eosinophils epidermis epithelioid erythema fibers focal follicular giant cells granular granuloma high power histiocytes histologic HISTOPATHOLOGY hyperkeratosis hyperplasia inflammation inflammatory infiltrate junction keratin keratinocytes lentiginous lentigo lesional cells lesions lichen planus lichenoid low power lupus erythematosus lymphocytes lymphocytic infiltrate lymphoma malignant medium power melanoma mucin necrosis nests neutrophils nevi nevus cells nodular nodules nuclei pagetoid papillary dermis papules parakeratosis patients pattern pemphigoid pemphigus pigmented Pityriasis plaques plasma cells present prominent prototypic psoriasiform rete ridges reticular dermis seborrheic seborrheic keratosis seen simplex skin spindle cell spongiosis squamous cell carcinoma stain stratum corneum subcutaneous subcutis subepidermal superficial syndrome thickened tissue tumor ulceration urticaria usually vacuolar vascular vasculitis verrucous vesicles vulgaris