By Can Baykal, K. Didem Yazganoğlu
This excellent atlas provides an unrivalled wealth of unique top of the range scientific photos of virtually all benign and malignant dermis tumors. the various subtypes and scientific kinds, together with diverse localizations, are depicted and cautious recognition is paid to evolution and follow-up. whereas the main target is at the scientific presentation as mirrored within the images, diagnostic clues and administration concerns also are summarized in a simple, without problems comprehensible manner. The atlas has been designed in an effort to meet medical wishes and make allowance fast identity of clues proper to day-by-day perform. Clinical Atlas of pores and skin Tumors might be useful for all dermatologists in education in addition to if you are already confirmed within the occupation or in allied specialties reminiscent of cosmetic surgery and oncology.
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Yazganoglu KD, Erbudak E, Buyukbabani N, Baykal C. : Beyaz süngersi nevus. Turk J Dermatol. 2010;4:114–6. 2 Epidermal Precancerous Lesions and In Situ Malignancies The main topic of this chapter is the skin and mucosal lesions that mainly show histologic epithelial dysplasia and have the potential of evolving into keratinocytic epidermal malignancies. Different clinical presentations include actinic keratosis, Bowen disease, erythroplasia of Queyrat, leukoplakia, and actinic cheilitis. All are accepted as in situ carcinomas and possible precursors of squamous cell carcinoma.
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Erythematous, mild scaly plaques show a linear arrangement striatus, psoriasis vulgaris, or lichen planus. Although these inflammatory dermatoses are mostly acquired, sometimes the distinction between these conditions can only be confirmed by histopathologic examination. Hyperkeratosis with alternating orto- and parakeratotic foci and psoriasiform epidermal hyperplasia are the main features of ILVEN. Scratching of the area may cause secondary bacterial infection. Lesions located on the acral region of the extremities may lead to destruction of the nails.