By David E Elder MB ChB FRCPA, Dr. Rosalie Elenitsas MD, Dr. Adam I. Rubin M.D., Michael Ioffreda MD, Jeffrey Miller MD, O. Fred Miller III MD
Written for trainees in addition to skilled dermatopathologists, this third variation of the Atlas And Synopsis Of Lever’s Histopathology Of the outside provides a scientific method of diagnosing pores and skin diseases.
Classifying pores and skin illnesses by means of position, response styles, and mobile kind if appropriate, this new version drastically improves the power of the reader to acknowledge a wide selection of dermis illnesses and assist in the advance of differential diagnoses. Written to be an invaluable reference instrument and instructing relief instead of a entire textbook, this advisor will relief dermatopathologists of all event degrees within the knowing of cutaneous response styles and diagnosis.
• improved desk of contents — key to the surface affliction category system
• Sections are color-coded for ease of reference all through book
• New tables examine “lookalike” diseases
• Over 1600 colour images
• each one disorder illustrated with a number of colour photomicrographs
• on-line snapshot bank
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The first two types are usually pigmented and are superficial at the histologic level (confined to the epidermis and papillary dermis); the latter three may or may not be pigmented, and may involve the reticular dermis. Most small, flat lesions represent either a lentigo simplex or a junctional nevus; flat lesions or lesions with flat peripheries greater than 5 mm in diameter with irregular indefinite borders and pigment variegation are clinically dysplastic nevi. Dysplastic nevi are most important as simulants and markers of increased risk for melanoma.
Popliteal flexures are involved with keratotic, almost verrucous, malodorous scale. Erosions appear in sites of bullae. Clin. Fig. c. Bullous congenital ichthyosiform erythroderma. The sole of the same patient’s foot shows characteristic symptomatic yellow keratoderma. The patient’s son shares this autosomal dominant condition. Fig. d. Epidermolytic hyperkeratosis, low power. The epidermis is thickened and there is papillomatosis (these changes are not usually seen in focal acantholytic dyskeratoses).
HISTOPATHOLOGY. The epidermal changes, although similar to those observed in verruca plana, often differ by being more pronounced and more extensive. Affected keratinocytes are swollen and irregularly shaped. They show abundant, slightly basophilic blue-gray cytoplasm and some contain numerous round, basophilic keratohyalin granules. A few dyskeratotic cells may be seen in the lower part of the epidermis. Although some nuclei appear pyknotic, others appear large, round, and empty owing to marginal distribution of the chromatin.