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 surface provides a scientific method of diagnosing epidermis diseases.
Classifying pores and skin illnesses by way of position, response styles, and mobile kind if acceptable, this new version tremendously improves the power of the reader to acknowledge a wide selection of pores and skin illnesses and assist in the improvement of differential diagnoses. Written to be an invaluable reference device and educating relief instead of a entire textbook, this advisor will relief dermatopathologists of all adventure degrees within the knowing of cutaneous response styles and diagnosis.
• improved desk of contents — key to the outside disorder class system
• Sections are color-coded for ease of reference all through book
• New tables evaluate “lookalike” diseases
• Over 1600 colour images
• each one illness illustrated with a number of colour photomicrographs
• on-line snapshot bank
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D. Actinic keratosis, low power. This lesion demonstrates striking alternating columns of hyperkeratosis and parakeratosis. The epithelium is irregularly thickened. Fig. e. Actinic keratosis, low power. Columns of orthokeratotic keratin extend above the hyperplastic epithelium of skin adnexa (sweat ducts in this instance). Parakeratotic keratin extends above the full-thickness dysplastic epithelium. Atypia is full thickness (Bowenoid actinic keratosis/squamous cell carcinoma in situ). Tubules Fig.
Fig. b. Squamous cell carcinoma in situ. A slightly elevated scaly flesh-colored plaque of long duration. Although Bowen’s disease is seen commonly on the head and neck, it can arise on sun-protected skin as well. (Photo by William K. Witmer, Department of Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania). Fig. h. Squamous cell carcinoma in situ, scanning power. The epidermis appears irregularly thickened and there is hyperkeratosis. In the dermis, there is a dense inflammatory infiltrate, and solar elastosis.
The current hypothesis is that granular parakeratosis is a disorder of keratinization, possibly an abnormality of filaggrin processing. HISTOPATHOLOGY. The histopathology of granular parakeratosis is distinctive. There is a markedly thickened stratum corneum with parakeratosis and retention of Granules Fig. d Fig. e Fig. d. Granular parakeratosis, low power. There is acanthosis of the epidermis with little to no spongiosis. There is a markedly thickened and compacted stratum corneum. The superficial dermis reveals mild perivascular inflammation.