The best dermatopathology book for clinical practice, featuring ample tables and detailed guidance for differential diagnosis
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About the Author
Raymond Barnhill, M.D. is a Clinical Professor of Pathology and Dermatology and the Senior Consultant for Melanoma at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine in Miami, Florida. He is also the Medical Director of the Global Pathology Laboratory Services in Miami.
A. Neil Crowson, M.D. is a Clinical Professor and the Director of Dermatopathology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Cynthia M. Magro, M.D. is the Director of the Comprehensive Dermatopathology Service, New York Presbyterian Hospital and Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine in the Department of Pathology at Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, New York.
Michael W. Piepkorn, M.D., Ph.D. is in the Division of Dermatology, Department of Medicine, University of Washington, and is also the Director of Dermatopathology Northwest, LLC in Bellevue, Washington.
Table of ContentsPART ONE: INFLAMMATORY REACTIONS 1. Introduction to Microscopic Interpretation 2. Spongiotic Dermatitis 3. Interface Dermatitis 4. Psoriasiform Dermatitis 5. Superficial and Deep Perivascular Dermatitis 6. Nodular and Diffuse Infiltrates 7. Intraepidermal Vesiculopustular Dermatitis 8. Subepidermal Vesicular Dermatitis 9. Vasculitis and Related Conditions 10. Disorders of Cutaneous Appendages 11. Panniculitis and Fasciitis 12. Cutaneous Reactions to Drugs 13. Cutaneous Reactions to Exogenous Agents PART TWO: PREDOMINANTLY NON-INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS 14. Alterations of the Stratum Corneum and Epidermis 15. Disorders of Pigmentation 16. Deposition Disorders 17. Alterations of Collagen and Elastin 18. Ectopic Tissue PART THREE: INFECTIONS 19. Bacterial Infections 20. The Treponemal and Rickettsial Diseases 21. Fungal Infections 22. Viral Infections 23. Protozoal and Algal Infections 24. Helminthic Diseases PART FOUR: PROLIFERATIONS--HAMARTOMAS, HYPERPLASIAS, NEOPLASIAS 25. Cutaneous Cysts and Related Lesions 26. Tumors of the Epidermis 27. Tumors of Melanocytes 28. Tumors with Hair Follicle and Sebaceous Differentiation 29. Sweat Gland Tumors 30. Fibrous Tumors 31. Vascular Tumors 32. Tumors of Fat, Muscle, Cartilage, and Bone 33. Neural and Neuroendocrine Tumors 34. Lymphoid, Leukemic, and Other Cellular Infiltrates 35. Cutaneous Metastases PART FIVE: DISORDERS OF NAILS AND ORAL MUCOSA 36. Disorders of the Nail Apparatus 37. Disorders of Oral Mucosa APPENDIX Molecular Biologic Techniques