Textbook of Dermatopathology
McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1998 - Diagnosis, Differential - 909 pages
This text aims to provide a user-friendly reference source for dermatopathology, which addresses differential diagnosis at the microscopic level. The book provides in-depth discussion of each of the common topics along with coverage and photomicrographs of less common conditions.
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ANDREAS HAEFFNER M D HELMUT KERL M D
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acantholytic acanthosis actinic alopecia Arch Dermatol associated atrophy atypia atypical B L E basal cell carcinoma biopsy blister bullosa bullous bullous pemphigoid chronic Clin Clinical Features collagen connective tissue cyst deposition dermal edema dermatosis dermis Differential Diagnosis disorders drug eruption eccrine eosinophils epidermal epidermolysis FIGURE follicles follicular giant cells granuloma hair histiocytes histologic Histopathological Features hyperkeratosis hyperplasia ichthyosis infection inflammation interface dermatitis intraepidermal involvement JAm Acad Dermatol keratin keratinocytes keratosis lesions lichen planus lichenoid lupus erythematosus lymphocytes lymphocytic infiltrate macrophages macules melanocytes melanoma mucin necrosis necrotic neutrophils nevi nevus nodular nodules º º occur panniculitis papillary dermis papules parakeratosis patients pattern pemphigoid pemphigus perivascular pigmented pityriasis plaques plasma cells present proliferation prominent psoriasiform psoriasis pustular pustules reaction reticular dermis scarring seborrheic seborrheic keratoses seen skin spongiosis spongiotic squamous stain subcutaneous subepidermal superficial syndrome Table tion ulcers usually variable variant vascular vasculitis verrucous vesicles vessels