Atlas and Synopsis of Lever's Histopathology of the Skin [NOOK Book]

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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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Overview

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.

Based on Lever's Histopathology of the Skin, Ninth Edition, this full-color atlas presents an algorithmic pattern recognition approach to differential diagnosis of skin diseases. Whereas Lever's classifies diseases by pathogenesis, this atlas aids in differential diagnosis of unknown cases by classifying diseases morphologically, based on their location in the skin and the patterns and cell types seen through the microscope. Within each morphologic category, prototypic disorders are described and illustrated with full-color photomicrographs, and a list of differential diagnostic possibilities is presented. The atlas contains over 1,300 full-color illustrations. A bound-in image bank CD-ROM contains all the book's illustrations.

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Reviewer:Barbara M. Egbert, MD(VA Palo Alto Health Care System)
Description:This concise synopsis of dermatopathology covers the entire subject offering an expanded introduction to diagnosis by pattern analysis. The previous edition was published in 1999.
Purpose:The authors' purpose is to use the concept of pattern analysis for the diagnosis of dermatologic diseases histopathologically. This is an excellent approach to the diagnosis of skin biopsies.
Audience:The authors have targeted both trainees and more experienced practitioners and the book would be useful to medical students, practicing pathologists and dermatology, medical, and family practice residents.
Features:The book covers most aspects of dermatopathology and targets diagnosis by pattern. The book has excellent clinical photographs as well as excellent photomicrographs and some immunofluorescence results. Summary tables are helpful in narrowing down diagnoses. These authors favor the "east coast" view of malignant melanoma, e.g., indicating that lentigo maligna has an atrophic epidermis with large atypical cells at the dermal epidermal junction. Farrahi et al. J Cutan Pathol 2005 Jul 32(6 405-12) showed the variation in patterns in lentigo maligna which may closely mimic dysplastic nevus. The authors add SAMPUS (superficial atypical melanocytic proliferation of uncertain significance), which is a concept not supported throughout the dermatopathologic community.
Assessment:This book would be very useful to practicing pathologists and medical students who wish to quickly grasp the essence of the problem with some histopathologicdiagnoses. The illustrations are very helpful in this regard. This second edition, coming after an eight-year hiatus, includes many new positive additions. The most likely competitor would be Practical Dermatopathology, Rapini (Elsevier, 2005). Rapini does not include clinical photographs, but does have excellent photomicrographs and extensive tables.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781451171631
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Health
  • Publication date: 9/26/2012
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  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 560
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Table of Contents


Preface to the Second Edition     XIX
Preface to the First Edition     XXI
Acknowledgments     XXIII
Introduction     XXV
Disorders Mostly Limited to the Epidermis and Stratum Corneum     1
Hyperkeratosis With Hypogranulosis     1
No Inflammation     1
Ichthyosis Vulgaris     1
Hyperkeratosis With Normal or Hypergranulosis     2
No Inflammation     2
X-Linked Ichthyosis     2
Epidermolytic Hyperkeratosis     2
Epidermodysplasia Verruciformis     3
Scant Inflammation     5
Lichen Amyloidosis and Macular Amyloidosis     7
Hyperkeratosis With Parakeratosis     7
Scant or No Inflammation     7
Dermatophytosis     8
Granular Parakeratosis     9
Localized or Diffuse Hyperpigmentations     10
No Inflammation     10
Mucosal Melanotic Macules     10
Ephelides (Freckles)     12
Scant Inflammation     13
Pityriasis (Tinea) Versicolor     13
Localized or Diffuse Hypopigmentations     13
With or Without Slight Inflammation     13
Vitiligo     13
References     15
Localized Superficial Epidermal or Melanocyte Proliferations     17
Localized Irregular Thickening of the Epidermis     18
Localized Epidermal Proliferations     18
Actinic Keratosis     18
Eccrine Poroma     18
Squamous Cell Carcinoma In Situ and Bowen's Disease     19
Bowenoid Papulosis     21
Clear Cell Squamous Cell Carcinoma In Situ     21
Clear Cell Acanthoma     21
Superficial Melanocytic Proliferations     24
Superficial Melanocytic Nevi and Melanomas     24
Pigmented Spindle Cell Nevus     25
Acral-Lentiginous Melanoma     25
Localized Lesions With Thinning of the Epidermis     28
With Melanocytic Proliferation     28
Lentigo Maligna Melanoma, In Situ or Microinvasive     28
Recurrent ("Persistent") Nevus, Lentiginous Patterns     30
Superficial Atypical Melanocytic Proliferations of Uncertain Significance, Lentiginous Patterns     32
Without Melanocytic Proliferation     32
Atrophic Actinic Keratosis     32
Porokeratosis     32
Localized Lesions With Elongated Rete Ridges     33
With Melanocytic Proliferation      34
Actinic Lentigo     34
Lentigo Simplex     34
Lentiginous Junctional Nevus     36
Nevus Spilus     37
Junctional or Superficial Compound Dysplastic Nevi     38
Without Melanocytic Proliferation     39
Epidermal Nevus     39
Seborrheic Keratosis     40
Acanthosis Nigricans     40
Localized Lesions With Pagetoid Epithelial Proliferation     41
Keratinocytic Proliferations     41
Pagetoid Squamous Cell Carcinoma In Situ     41
Clonal Seborrheic Keratosis     41
Melanocytic Proliferation     43
Melanoma In Situ or Microinvasive, Superficial Spreading Type     43
Recurrent Nevus (Pseudomelanoma), Pagetoid Patterns     47
Junctional Spitz Tumor (Nevus) with Pagetoid Proliferation     47
Superficial/Intraepidermal Atypical Melanocytic Proliferations of Uncertain Significance, Pagetoid Patterns     47
Glandular Epithelial Proliferations     47
Paget's Disease     47
Lymphoid Proliferations     49
Localized Papillomatous Epithelial Lesions     49
With Viral Cytopathic Effects     49
Verruca Vulgaris     49
Verruca Plana      50
Deep Palmoplantar Warts (Myrmecia)     50
Condyloma Acuminatum     51
Molluscum Contagiosum     52
Parapox Virus Infections (Milkers' Nodules, Orf)     52
No Viral Cytopathic Effect     55
Seborrheic Keratosis     55
Confluent and Reticulated Papillomatosis (Gougerot-Carteaud)     55
Irregular Proliferations Extending into the Superficial Dermis     58
Squamous Differentiation     58
Inverted Follicular Keratosis     58
Basaloid Differentiation     60
Basal Cell Carcinoma     60
Superficial Polypoid Lesions     63
Melanocytic Lesions     63
Polypoid Dermal and Compound Nevi     63
Spindle Cell and Stromal Lesions     64
Neurofibroma     64
Fibroepithelial Polyp     65
References     65
Disorders of the Superficial Cutaneous Reactive Unit     67
Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis     68
Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis, Mostly Lymphocytes     69
Viral Exanthem     69
Tinea Versicolor     70
Lupus Erythematosus, Acute     70
Guttate Parapsoriasis      70
Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis with Eosinophils     73
Morbilliform Drug Eruption     73
Allergic Urticarial Reaction (Morbilliform Drug Eruption)     74
Urticaria     74
Urticarial Bullous Pemphigoid     75
Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis with Neutrophils     77
Erysipelas     77
Erysipelas/Cellulitis     77
Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis with Plasma Cells     77
Secondary Syphilis     77
Kaposi's Sarcoma, Patch Stage     77
Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis, with Extravasated Red Cells     80
Pityriasis Rosea     80
Pityriasis Lichenoides     80
Pigmented Purpuric Dermatosis     83
Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis, Melanophages Prominent     84
Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation     84
Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis, Mast Cells Predominant     85
Urticaria Pigmentosa     85
Superficial Dermatitis With Spongiosis (Spongiotic Dermatitis)     87
Spongiotic Dermatitis, Lymphocytes Predominant     88
Nummular Dermatitis (Eczema)     88
Eczematous Dermatitis     88
Meyerson's Nevus     88
Spongiotic Dermatitis, with Eosinophils     88
Allergic Contact Dermatitis     88
Allergic Contact Dermatitis     91
Spongiotic Dermatitis, with Plasma Cells     93
Spongiotic Dermatitis, with Neutrophils     93
Seborrheic Dermatitis     93
Superficial Dermatitis With Epidermal Atrophy (Atrophic Dermatitis)     94
Atrophic Dermatitis, Scant Inflammatory Infiltrates     94
Aged Skin     94
Radiation Dermatitis     94
Atrophic Dermatitis, Lymphocytes Predominant     95
Poikiloderma Atrophicans Vasculare     95
Dermatomyositis     97
Atrophic Dermatitis with Papillary Dermal Sclerosis     97
Lichen Sclerosus Et Atrophicus     97
Superficial Dermatitis With Psoriasiform Proliferation (Psoriasiform Dermatitis)     99
Psoriasiform Dermatitis, Mostly Lymphocytes     99
Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris     99
Mycosis Fungoides, Patch-Plaque Stage     99
Parapsoriasis     101
Psoriasiform Dermatitis, with Plasma Cells     103
Lichen Simplex Chronicus     103
Psoriasiform Dermatitis, with Eosinophils     104
Chronic Allergic Dermatitis     105
Psoriasiform Dermatitis, Neutrophils Prominent (Neutrophilic/Pustular Psoriasiform Dermatitis)     105
Psoriasis Vulgaris     105
Psoriasiform Dermatitis, with Epidermal Pallor and Necrosis ("Nutritional Pattern" Dermatoses)     108
Necrolytic Migratory Erythema (Glucagonoma Syndrome)     108
Necrolytic Acral Erythema     110
Pellagra     110
Superficial Dermatitis With Irregular Epidermal Proliferation ("Hypertrophic Dermatitis")     111
Hypertrophic Dermatitis, Lymphocytes Predominant     111
Prurigo Nodularis     111
Irregular Epidermal Proliferation, Plasma Cells Present     112
Actinic Keratosis     112
Irregular Epidermal Proliferation, Neutrophils Prominent     112
Keratoacanthoma     113
Irregular Epidermal Proliferation, Above a Neoplasm     113
Verrucous Melanoma     113
Superficial Dermatitis With Lichenoid Infiltrates (Lichenoid Dermatitis)     113
Lichenoid Dermatitis, Lymphocytes Exclusively     113
Lichen Planus     113
Graft versus Host Disease     115
Mycosis Fungoides, Patch/Plaque Stage     115
Lichenoid Dermatitis, Lymphocytes Predominant     116
Lichen Planus-like Keratosis (Benign Lichenoid Keratosis)      116
Lichenoid Dermatitis, Eosinophils Present     117
Lichenoid Drug Eruptions     117
Lichenoid Dermatitis, Plasma Cells Present     118
Lichenoid Actinic Keratosis     120
Secondary Syphilis     120
Lichenoid Dermatitis, with Melanophages     120
Lichenoid Dermatitis, Histiocytes Predominant     121
Lichen Nitidus     121
Lichenoid Dermatitis, Mast Cells Predominant     122
Urticaria Pigmentosa, Lichenoid Examples     123
Lichenoid Dermatitis, with Dermal Fibroplasia     123
Mycosis Fungoides, Patch Stage     123
Superficial Vasculitis and Vasculopathies     123
Neutrophilic Vasculitis     124
Cutaneous Necrotizing (Leukocytoclastic) Vasculitis     124
Gonococcemia     126
Mixed Cell and Granulomatous Vasculitis     126
Granuloma Faciale     126
Vasculopathies with Lymphocytic Inflammation     127
Pigmented Purpuric Dermatoses     127
Vasculopathies with Scant Inflammation     129
Stasis Dermatitis     129
Stasis Dermatitis     129
Thrombotic, Embolic and Other Microangiopathies     130
Lupus Anticoagulant and Antiocardiolipin Syndromes     130
Cryoglobulinemia     131
Superficial Dermatitis With Interface Vacuoles (Interface Dermatitis)     132
Vacuolar Dermatitis, Apoptotic/Necrotic Cells Prominent     132
Erythema Multiforme     132
Fixed Drug Eruption     135
Graft versus Host Disease, Acute     135
Vacuolar Dermatitis, Apoptotic Cells Usually Absent     135
Dermatomyositis     135
Vacuolar Dermatitis, Variable Apoptosis     137
Subacute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus     137
Vacuolar Dermatitis, Basement Membranes Thickened     138
Discoid Lupus Erythematosus     138
References     140
Acantholytic, Vesicular, and Pustular Disorders     143
Subcorneal or Intracorneal Separation     144
Sub/Intracorneal Separation, Scant Inflammatory Cells     144
Pemphigus Foliaceus     144
Sub/Intracorneal Separation, Neutrophils Prominent     144
Impetigo Contagiosa     144
Folliculitis with Subcorneal Pustule Formation     147
Acute Generalized Exanthematous Pustulosis     147
Sub/Intracorneal Separation, Eosinophils Predominant     148
Erythema Toxicum Neonatorum      148
Intraspinous Keratinocyte Separation, Spongiotic     148
Intraspinous Spongiosis, Scant Inflammatory Cells     148
Friction Blister     148
Intraspinous Spongiosis, Lymphocytes Predominant     149
Dyshidrotic Dermatitis (Eczema)     149
Intraspinous Spongiosis, Eosinophils Present     150
Acute Contact Dermatitis     150
Bullous Pemphigoid, Urticarial Phase     150
Incontinentia Pigmenti     150
Intraspinous Spongiosis, Neutrophils Predominant     152
Dermatophytosis     153
Intraspinous Keratinocyte Separation, Acantholytic     153
Intraspinous Acantholysis, Scant Inflammatory Cells     153
Familial Benign Pemphigus (Hailey-Hailey Disease)     153
Transient Acantholytic Dermatosis (Grover's Disease)     153
Intraspinous Acantholysis, Predominant Lymphocytes     156
Herpes Simplex     156
Varicella-Zoster Infection     157
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis and Erythema Multiforme with Intraepidermal Vesiculation     157
Paraneoplastic Pemphigus     157
Intraspinous Acantholysis, Eosinophils Present     158
Pemphigus Vegetans     158
Intraspinous Separation, Neutrophils or Mixed Cell Types      161
Immunoglobulin A Pemphigus     161
Suprabasal Keratinocyte Separation     162
Suprabasal Vesicles, Scant Inflammatory Cells     162
Keratosis Follicularis (Darier's Disease)     162
Warty Dyskeratoma     164
Suprabasal Separation, Lymphocytes and Plasma Cells     164
Acantholytic Actinic Keratosis     164
Suprabasal Vesicles, Lymphocytes and Eosinophils     165
Pemphigus Vulgaris     165
Subepidermal Vesicular Dermatitis     168
Subepidermal Vesicles, Scant/No Inflammation     168
Porphyria Cutanea Tarda and Other Porphyrias     168
Subepidermal Vesicles, Lymphocytes Predominant     171
Bullous Lichen Planus     171
Polymorphous (Polymorphic) Light Eruption     172
Bullous Dermatophytosis     173
Lichen Sclerosus et Atrophicus     173
Subepidermal Vesicles, Eosinophils Prominent     173
Bullous Pemphigoid     173
Bullous Drug Eruption     177
Herpes Gestationis     177
Subepidermal Vesicles, Neutrophils Prominent     177
Dermatitis Herpetiformis     177
Linear Immunoglobulin A Dermatosis     180
Bullous Lupus Erythematosus     180
Subepidermal Vesicles, Mast Cells Prominent     181
Bullous Mastocytosis     181
References     182
Perivascular, Diffuse, and Granulomatous Infiltrates of the Reticular Dermis     185
Superficial and Deep Perivascular Infiltrates Without Vasculitis     186
Perivascular Infiltrates, Lymphocytes Predominant     187
Erythema Annulare Centrifugum     187
Erythema Chronicum Migrans     188
Tumid Lupus Erythematosus     188
Perivascular Infiltrates, Neutrophils Predominant     190
Cellulitis     191
Perivascular Infiltrates, Lymphocytes, and Eosinophils     191
Papular Urticaria     191
Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy     192
Perivascular Infiltrates, with Plasma Cells     193
Secondary Syphilis     194
Tertiary Syphilis     196
Morphea     196
Perivascular Infiltrates, Mixed Cell Types     196
Erythema Chronicum Migrans     196
Vasculitis and Vasculopathies     197
Vascular Damage, Scant Inflammatory Cells     197
Degos' Syndrome     198
Vasculitis, Lymphocytes Predominant      198
Pernio     198
Pityriasis Lichenoides     201
Cytomegalovirus Infection     201
Erythema Chronicum Migrans     201
Vasculitis, Neutrophils Prominent     201
Polyarteritis Nodosa and Microscopic Polyangiitis     201
Leukocytoclastic Vasculitis     202
Erythema Elevatum Diutinum     202
Vasculitis, Mixed Cell Types and/or Granulomas     203
Churg-Strauss Syndrome (Allergic Granulomatosis)     203
Papulonecrotic Tuberculid     204
Thrombotic and Other Microangiopathies     204
Calciphylaxis     205
Livedo Reticularis     206
Diffuse Infiltrates of the Reticular Dermis     206
Diffuse Infiltrates, Lymphocytes Predominant     206
Jessner's Lymphocytic Infiltration of the Skin     206
Leukemia Cutis     209
Diffuse Infiltrates, Neutrophils Predominant     209
Acute Febrile Neutrophilic Dermatosis (Sweet's Syndrome)     209
Neutrophilic Dermatosis of the Dorsal Hands     210
Erysipelas     210
Diffuse Infiltrates, "Histiocytoid" Cells Predominant     212
Lepromatous Leprosy     212
Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis (Histiocytosis X)      214
Xanthelasma     216
Diffuse Infiltrates, Plasma Cells Prominent     216
Secondary Syphilis     216
Diffuse Infiltrates, Mast Cells Predominant     216
Diffuse Infiltrates, Eosinophils Predominant     216
Eosinophilic Cellulitis (Wells Syndrome)     216
Tick Bite     219
Diffuse Infiltrates, Mixed Cell Types     219
Cutaneous Leishmaniasis     219
Diffuse Infiltrates, Pigment Cells     221
Nevi of Ota and Ito and Dermal Melanocyte Hamartoma     221
Diffuse Infiltrates, Extensive Necrosis     222
Gangrenous Ischemic Necrosis     222
Diffuse or Nodular Infiltrates of the Reticular Dermis with Epidermal Proliferation     223
Epidermal Proliferation with Mixed Cellular Infiltrates     223
North American Blastomycosis     223
Deep Fungal Infections-General     225
Nodular Inflammatory Infiltrates Of The Reticular Dermis - Granulomas, Abscesses, and Ulcers     225
Epithelioid Cell Granulomas without Necrosis     225
Sarcoidosis     225
Lupus Vulgaris     227
Epithelioid Cell Granulomas with Necrosis     228
Tuberculosis     228
Tuberculoid Leprosy     230
Lupus Miliaris Disseminatus Faciei (Granulomatous Rosacea)     230
Palisading Granulomas     230
Granuloma Annulare     230
Necrobiosis Lipoidica Diabeticorum     232
Necrobiotic Xanthogranuloma with Paraproteinemia     234
Rheumatoid Nodules     234
Palisaded Neutrophilic and Granulomatous Dermatitis     235
Mixed Cell Granulomas     238
Foreign-body Reactions     238
Inflammatory Nodules with Prominent Eosinophils     239
Angiolymphoid Hyperplasia with Eosinophilla, and Kimura 's Disease     240
Scabetic Nodule     241
Inflammatory Nodules with Mixed Cell Types     241
Sporotrichosis     241
Atypical Mycobacteria     241
Inflammatory Nodules with Necrosis and Neutrophils (Abscesses)     244
Botryomycosis     244
Chromoblastomycosis     245
Inflammatory Nodules with Prominent Necrosis     246
Aspergillosis     246
Chronic Ulcers and Sinuses Involving the Reticular Dermis     247
Chancroid     247
Pyoderma Gangrenosum     248
Chondrodermatitis Nodularis Helicis     249
Dermal Matrix Fiber Disorders     251
Fiber Disorders, Collagen Increased     251
Scleroderma     251
Radiation Dermatitis     254
Nephrogenic Fibrosing Dermopathy     257
Regressing Melanoma     258
Superficial Scar (E.g., Biopsy Site Reaction)     258
Fiber Disorders, Collagen Reduced     259
Focal Dermal Hypoplasia Syndrome (Goltz)     259
Fiber Disorders, Elastin Increased or Prominent     259
Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum     259
Fiber Disorders, Elastin Reduced     261
Macular Atrophy (Anetoderma)     261
Fiber Disorders, Perforating     261
Elastosis Perforans Serpiginosum     261
Reactive Perforating Collagenosis     261
Perforating Folliculitis     263
Deposition of Material in the Dermis     263
Increased Normal Nonfibrous Matrix Constituents     263
Digital Mucous Cysts and Focal Mucinosis     263
Mucinosis in Lupus Erythematosus     264
Myxedema     264
Scleredema     264
Scleromyxedema     264
Increased Material Not Normally Present in the Dermis     266
Gout     266
Oxalosis      266
Colloid Milium     270
Idiopathic Calcinosis Cutis     270
Cryoglobulinemia     272
Keratin Granuloma     272
Suture Granuloma     272
Minocycline Pigmentation     272
Parasitic Infestations of the Dermis and/or Subcutis     273
Larva Migrans Eruption     273
References     274
Tumors and Cysts of the Dermis and Subcutis     277
Small Cell Tumors     279
Tumors of Lymphocytes or Hemopoietic Cells     279
Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma     279
Cutaneous Diffuse B-Cell Lymphoma     280
Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma, Tumor Stage     280
Tumors of Lymphocytes and MixedCell Types     282
B-Cell Cutaneous Lymphoid Hyperplasia (Pseudolymphoma or Lymphocytoma Cutis)     282
Tumors of Plasma Cells     284
Cutaneous Plasmacytoma and Multiple Myeloma     284
Small Round Cell Tumors     285
Cutaneous Small Cell Undifferentiated Carcinoma (Merkel Cell Tumor)     285
Metastatic Small Cell Carcinoma     287
Large Polygonal and Round Cell Tumors     287
Squamous Cell Tumors     287
Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Deep      287
Keratoacanthoma     288
Inverted Follicular Keratosis     290
Pseudoepitheliomatous Hyperplasia     293
Proliferating Trichilemmal Cyst (Pilar Tumor)     293
Prurigo Nodularis     293
Adenocarcinomas     294
Metastatic Adenocarcinoma     294
Metastatic Pulmonary Adenocarcinoma     296
Metastatic Mammary Carcinoma     296
Melanocytic Tumors     296
Melanocytic Lesions with Little or No Cytologic Atypia     296
Melanocytic Nevi, Acquired, and Congenital Types     296
Acquired Nevi     297
Congenital Nevus     297
Acral Nevus     299
Balloon Cell Nevus     299
Halo Nevus     299
Blue Nevus     301
Cellular Blue Nevus     301
Melanocytic Lesions with Cytologic Atypia     303
Deep Penetrating Nevus     303
Spitz Tumor/Nevus     303
Nodular Melanoma     308
Nevoid Melanoma     310
Metastatic Malignant Melanoma     310
Metastatic Malignant Melanoma, Satellite Lesion     310
Epidermotropic Metastatic Melanoma     310
Pigmented Epithelioid Melanocytoma/Epithelioid Blue Nevus     311
Melanocytic Tumor of Uncertain Malignant Potential     312
Eccrine Tumors     314
Circumscribed, Symmetrical Eccrine Tumors     314
Eccrine Spiradenoma     314
Cylindroma     314
Poroma     314
Syringoma     314
Nodular Hidradenoma     314
Clear Cell Syringoma     314
Chondroid Syringoma     319
Infiltrative, Asymmetric Eccrine Tumors     319
Microcystic Adnexal Carcinoma     319
Mucinous Eccrine Carcinoma     322
Digital Papillary Adenocarcinoma     322
Apocrine Tumors     323
Tubular Apocrine Adenoma     323
Syringocystadenoma Papilliferum     323
Pilar Tumors     325
Trichoepithelioma     325
Desmoplastic Trichoepithelioma     326
Dilated Pore of Winer     327
Pilar Sheath Acanthoma     327
Trichilemmoma     327
Trichofolliculoma     327
Fibrofolliculoma     327
Trichoadenoma     327
Pilomatricoma     327
Trichoblastoma     327
Sebaceous Tumors      332
Sebaceous Adenoma and Sebaceous Epithelioma (Sebaceoma)     332
Sebaceous Hyperplasia     334
Nevus Sebaceous of Jadassohn     334
Sebaceous Epithelioma     334
Sebaceous Carcinoma     334
"Histiocytoid" Tumors     337
Xanthomas and Xanthelasma     337
Xanthelasma     337
Eruptive Xanthoma     337
Verruciform Xanthoma     337
Juvenile Xanthogranuloma     337
Reticulohistiocytosis     339
Metastatic Renal Cell Carcinoma     339
Tumors of Large Lymphoid Cells     342
Cutaneous CD30[superscript +] (Ki-1[superscript +]) Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma     343
Lymphomatoid Papulosis     343
Leukemia Cutis     343
Mast Cell Tumors     347
Urticaria Pigmentosa, Nodular Lesions     347
Tumors with Prominent Necrosis     348
Epithelioid Sarcoma     348
Miscellaneous and Undifferentiated Epithelial Tumors     351
Granular Cell Tumor     351
Cellular Neurothekeoma     351
Metastatic Malignant Melanoma     351
Spindle Cell, Pleomorphic and Connective Tissue Tumors      352
Fibrohistiocytic Spindle Cell Tumors     352
Fibrohistiocytic Tumors with Minimal or No Atypia     352
Dermatofibroma     352
Cellular Dermatofibroma     354
Sclerosing/Angiomatoid Spitz Nevus (Desmoplastic Spitz Nevus)     354
Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans     354
Fibrous Papule (Angiofibroma)     357
Recurrent Infantile Digital Fibromatosis     357
Keloid     357
Acquired Digital Fibrokeratoma     357
Giant Cell Tumor of Tendon Sheath     357
Nodular Fasciitis     357
Fibrohistiocytic Tumors with High-Grade Atypia     360
Atypical Fibroxanthoma     360
Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma     360
Lesions with Myxoid Changes     363
Mucocele     363
Digital Mucous Cyst     363
Cutaneous Myxoma     363
Schwannian/Neural Spindle Cell Tumors     365
Neurofibromas     365
Neurofibromatosis     366
Schwannoma (Neurilemmoma)     366
Palisaded Encapsulated Neuroma     366
Accessory Digit     366
Spindle Cell Tumors of Muscle     370
Leiomyomas      370
Angioleiomyoma     371
Smooth Muscle Hamartoma     371
Leiomyosarcoma     371
Melanocytic Spindle Cell Tumors     374
Desmoplastic Melanoma     374
Tumors and Proliferations of Angiogenic Cells     375
Pyogenic Granuloma (Lobular Capillary Hemangioma)     375
Intravascular Papillary Endothelial Hyperplasia (Masson's Hemangio-Endotheliome Vegetant Intravasculaire)     376
Stasis Dermatitis with Vascular Proliferation (Acroangiodermatitis, Pseudo-Kaposi's Sarcoma)     378
Kaposi's Sarcoma     378
Diffuse Dermal Angiomatosis     379
Cutaneous Angiosarcoma     379
Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma     383
Targetoid Hemosiderotic Hemangioma (Hobnail Hemangioma)     383
Angiokeratoma     385
Arteriovenous Hemangioma     385
Cavernous Hemangioma     385
Cherry Hemangioma     385
Microvenular Hemangioma     385
Cutaneous Lymphangioma     385
Venous Lake     385
Glomangioma     385
Subungual Glomus Tumor     385
Tumors of Adipose Tissue     390
Nevus Lipomatosus Superficialis     390
Lipoma      391
Angiolipomas     391
Spindle Cell Lipoma     391
Pleomorphic Lipoma     391
Liposarcoma     394
Tumors of Cartilaginous Tissue     394
Tumors of Osseous Tissue     395
Albright's Hereditary Osteodystrophy and Osteoma Cutis     395
Cysts of the Dermis and Subcutis     396
Pilar Differentiation     396
Epidermal or Infundibular Cyst     396
Trichilemmal (Pilar) Cyst     396
Steatocystoma     396
Vellus Hair Cyst     396
Eccrine and Similar Differentiation     399
Eccrine Hidrocystoma     399
Median Raphe Cyst     402
Bronchogenic Cyst     402
Cutaneous Endometriosis     402
Apocrine Differentiation     402
Apocrine Hidrocystoma     402
Hidradenoma Papilliferum     402
References     403
Inflammatory and Other Benign Disorders of Skin Appendages     407
Pathology Involving Hair Follicles     408
Scant Inflammation     408
Androgenetic Alopecia     408
Trichotillomania     408
Telogen Effluvium     410
Keratosis Pilaris     412
Scurvy     412
Lymphocytes Predominant     412
Alopecia Areata     412
Lichen Planopilaris     414
Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia     418
Discoid Lupus Erythematosus of the Scalp     420
Alopecia Mucinosa     420
Rosacea     420
With Prominent Eosinophils     420
Eosinophilic Pustular Folliculitis     420
Neutrophils Prominent     421
Acute Deep Folliculitis (Furuncle)     421
Tinea Capitis     421
Majocchi's Granuloma     421
Herpes Simplex Viral Folliculitis     421
Plasma Cells Prominent     425
Folliculitis (Acne) Keloidalis Nuchae     426
Tinea Capitis     426
Fibrosing and Suppurative Follicular Disorders     426
Follicular Occlusion Triad (Hidradenitis Suppurativa, Acne Conglobata, and Perifolliculitis Capitis Abscedens Et Suffodiens)     426
Hidradenitis Suppurativa     428
Dissecting Cellulitis of the Scalp     428
Folliculitis Decalvans     428
Pathology Involving Sweat Glands     430
Scant Inflammation     430
Eccrine Nevus      430
Lymphocytes Predominant     430
Lichen Striatus     430
With Plasma Cells     432
Lupus Erythematosus     432
With Eosinophils     432
Arthropod Bite     432
Neutrophils Predominant     432
Neutrophilic Eccrine Hidradenitis     432
Idiopathic Recurrent Palmoplantar Hidradenitis     435
Pathology Involving Nerves     435
Lymphocytic Infiltrates     435
Mixed Inflammatory Infiltrates     435
Nerve Involvement in Leprosy     435
Erythema Chronica Migrans with Nerve Involvement     437
Arthropod Bite Reaction with Nerve Involvement     437
Neoplastic Infiltrates     437
Neurotropic Melanoma     437
Pathology of the Nails     438
Lymphocytic Infiltrates     438
Acral Lentiginous Melanoma     439
Lymphocytes with Neutrophils     439
Onychomycosis     439
Vesiculobullous Diseases     440
Darier's Disease     440
Parasitic Infestations     440
Scabies     440
References     440
Disorders of the Subcutis     439
Subcutaneous Vasculitis and Vasculopathy (Septal or Lobular)     441
Neutrophilic Vasculitis     442
Subcutaneous Polyarteritis Nodosa     442
Lymphocytic "Vasculitis"     443
Granulomatous Vasculitis     443
Erythema Induratum (Nodular Vasculitis)     443
Septal Panniculitis Without Vasculitis     444
Septal Panniculitis, Lymphocytes and Mixed Infiltrates     444
Erythema Nodosum     444
Septal Panniculitis, Granulomatous     446
Subcutaneous Granuloma Annulare     446
Septal Panniculitis, Sclerotic     447
Scleroderma and Morphea     447
Lobular Panniculitis Without Vasculitis     448
Lobular Panniculitis, Lymphocytes Predominant     448
Lupus Erythematosus Panniculitis     448
Lobular Panniculitis, Lymphocytes, and Plasma Cells     449
Lobular Panniculitis, Neutrophilic     450
Lobular Panniculitis, Eosinophils Prominent     450
Lobular Panniculitis, Histiocytes Prominent     450
Histiocytic Cytophagic Panniculitis (Subcutaneous T-cell Lymphoma with Hemophagocytic Syndrome)     450
Lobular Panniculitis, Mixed with Foam Cells     451
Relapsing Febrile Nodular Nonsuppurative Panniculitis (Weber-Christian Disease)     451
Lobular Panniculitis, Granulomatous     452
Subcutaneous Sarcoidosis     453
Lobular Panniculitis, Crystal Deposits, Calcifications     453
Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis of the Newborn     453
Calcifying Panniculitis (Calciphylaxis)     453
Lobular Panniculitis, Necrosis Prominent     456
Subcutaneous Nodular Fat Necrosis in Pancreatic Disease     456
Lobular Panniculitis, Embryonic Fat Pattern     457
Localized Lipoatrophy and Lipodystrophy     457
Lobular Panniculitis, Lipomembranous     458
Lipomembranous Change or Lipomembranous Panniculitis     458
Mixed Lobular and Septal Panniculitis     459
With Hemorrhage or Sclerosis     459
Panniculitis due to Physical or Chemical Agents     459
With Many Neutrophils     460
Necrotizing Fasciitis     460
With Many Eosinophils     461
Eosinophilic Fasciitis (Shulman's Syndrome)     461
With Many Lymphocytes     462
Subcutaneous Panniculitic or Lipotropic T-cell Lymphoma     462
With Cytophagic Histiocytes     463
Sinus Histiocytosis with Massive Lymphadenopathy (, Rosai-Dorfman)     463
With Granulomas      464
Mycobacterial Panniculitis     464
Erythema Nodosum Leprosum (Type 2 Leprosy Reaction)     466
Subcutaneous Abscesses     466
With Neutrophils     466
Phaeohyphomycotic Cyst     466
References     468
Index     469
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