Pediatric Dermatopathology: Clinical and Pathologic Correlations
Butterworth-Heinemann, May 1, 1994 - Medical - 334 pages
This is the first comprehensive textbook of pediatric dermatopathology available for pediatricians, dermatologists, dermatopathologists, and general pathologists. It covers the clinical aspects of diseases and their accompanying histological
descriptions. Each topic is discussed succinctly, with highlights of the most important aspects of each disease. This book will be an essential resource for those interested in pediatric dermatology and pathology.
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Hereditary Skin Disorders
Eczematous Eruptions in Childhood
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Acad Dermatol acanthosis acne alopecia areata Arch Dermatol areas associated atopic atypical autosomal basal cell biopsy bites blister bullae bullous candidiasis cell carcinoma childhood chronic Clinical Description Etiology Clinical Features collagen congenital cutaneous cutis cyst dermal vessels dermal-epidermal dermis Description The histological Differential Diagnosis disease disorder eccrine eczema edema eosinophils epidermis EPIDERMOLYSIS BULLOSA eruption erythema Etiology and Incidence exocytosis Figure follicles follicular folliculitis giant cells glands granuloma hair shaft Herpes histiocytes Histiocytosis Histological Histological Description histological features hyperkeratosis infection inflammation inflammatory infiltrate involved keratosis lesions lichen planus lichenoid linear lupus erythematosus lymphocytes lymphoma macules magnification melanocytes melanoma necrosis neutrophils nevi nevus nodules numbers occur panniculitis papillary dermis papules parakeratosis patients Pediatr perivascular pigmentation Pityriasis plaques plasma cells Plate proliferation psoriasis purpura pustules rare reaction scalp scarring seen skin changes spongiosis stains stroma subcutaneous subepidermal superficial surface syndrome tissue tumors ulceration urticaria usually vascular vasculitis Verruca vesicles xanthomas