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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 version of the Atlas And Synopsis Of Lever’s Histopathology Of the outside provides a scientific method of diagnosing pores and skin diseases.

Classifying dermis illnesses by means of situation, response styles, and mobile variety if appropriate, this new version significantly improves the power of the reader to acknowledge a large choice of pores and skin ailments and assist in the advance of differential diagnoses. Written to be an invaluable reference instrument and instructing relief instead of a complete textbook, this advisor will relief dermatopathologists of all event degrees within the knowing of cutaneous response styles and diagnosis.

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• accelerated desk of contents — key to the surface affliction type system

• Sections are color-coded for ease of reference all through book

• New tables evaluate “lookalike” diseases

• Over 1600 colour images

• every one disorder illustrated with a number of colour photomicrographs

• on-line photo bank


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Localized Lesions With Thinning of the Epidermis of melanophages in the upper dermis and of large aggregates of melanin in the broad stratum corneum. As in ­lentigo maligna, when tumorigenic vertical growth phase is present, it is often of the spindle cell type and not uncommonly desmoplastic and/or neurotropic. In other instances, the invasive and tumorigenic cells in the dermis may be deceptively differentiated along nevus lines. Conditions to consider in the differential diagnosis: A thinned epidermis is characteristic of aged or chronically sun-damaged skin.

The epidermis is thickened and there is papillomatosis (these changes are not usually seen in focal acantholytic dyskeratoses). There is compact hyperkeratosis in the stratum corneum. Fig. e. Epidermolytic hyperkeratosis, medium power. The epidermis shows vacuolated keratinocytes with large keratohyalin granules. There is compact hyperkeratosis in the stratum corneum. Hyperkeratosis “Granular degeneration” Fig. f Fig. f. Epidermolytic hyperkeratosis, high power. There is ortho-keratotic hyperkeratosis.

If lesional cells descend into the papillary dermis, they mature along nevus lines in pigmented spindle cell nevi, in contrast to melanomas. Mitoses may be present in the epidermis in either lesion, but are uncommon in the dermis in pigmented spindle cell nevi. Abnormal mitoses are very uncommon indeed. Acral Lentiginous Melanoma CLINICAL SUMMARY. Acral lentiginous melanoma (ALM) occurs on the hairless skin of the palms and soles and in the ungual and periungual regions, the soles being the most common site (20).

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