· Contains specific data on the various clinical findings and histologic findings of skin diseases · Emphasizes criteria for diagnosis to help the learning pathologist or dermatologist decipher the most important features · Features comprehensive coverage but concise detail under each diagnosis · Arranged to allow easy reference to topics
With significant progress as new techniques to evaluate the pathology of the skin, this book satisfies the need to provide practical clinical information and concise criteria for pathologic diagnosis for pathologists and dermatologists looking for an up-to-date resource.? This superb visual reference provides detailed instruction of the experience of both diagnostic pathology and clinical dermatology.
Dermatopathology: Clinicopathological Correlations is a comprehensive but concise visual reference that contains specific features on the various clinical findings and histologic findings of skin diseases. It emphasizes criteria for diagnosis to help the trainee pathologist or dermatologist decipher the most important features and make clinical decisions quickly and effectively.
Related subjects » Biomedical Sciences - Dermatology - Pathology
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Interface (Lichenoid) Dermatitides.- Spongiotic Disorders.- Psoriasiform Dermatoses.- Vesiculobullous Diseases.- Large Vessel Vasculitis.- Connective Tissue Disorders.- Panniculitides.- Metabolic disorders.- Mucinoses.- Adnexal Diseases.- Alopecias.- Granulomatous Dermatitides.- Epidermal Maturation Diseases.- Reactions to Drugs.- Bacterial Infections.- Fungal infections.- Viral infections.- Arthropod Reactions/Parasites/Other.- Pediatric inflammatory disorders.- Benign melanocytic skin lesions.- Non-melanoma skin tumors.- Cysts Epithelial tumors.- Vascular anomalies.- Fibrohistiocytic Tumors.- Soft tissue tumors (Tumors of fat and muscle).- Neural And Neuroendocrine Tumors.- Adnexal neoplasms.- General Guide to the Diagnosis of Cutaneous Malignant Hematopoietic Proliferations.- Pediatric tumors.- Metastases.
AUTHORS & EDITORS
Dr. Clay Cockerell is a well known Dermatopathologist. He was the President of the American Association of Dermatology in 2004. For many years, Dr. Cockerell has overseen an educational program designed to train the next generation of Dermatopathologists. He receives five people in his office annually for the training. Dr. Cockerell also sees patients in the UT Southwestern General Dermatology clinic. Dr. Martin C. Mihm, Jr. is an international consultant for pigmented lesions, lymphoma, and cutaneous inflammatory diseases. He is Director of Melanoma, Dermatology Department Brigham and Women's Hospital, Associate Director, Melanoma Program Dana-Farber and Brigham and Women's Cancer Center.