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Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

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…exuberant manifestation of pemphigus vulgaris in which countless eosinophils are present in a thickened epidermis covered by scalecrust. At scanning magnification, aspects of pemphigus vulgaris are not apparent; higher magnification is required to…

The dermoscopic variability of Degos disease at different stages of progression

The dermoscopic variability of Degos disease at different stages of progression

…by an erythematous halo (Figure 1a), while papules of longer duration displayed a central ulceration covered by a yellowish crust and were surrounded by a whitish rim (Figure 2a). Finally, porcelain-white scars with a reddish or hyperpigmented halo…

Differential Diagnosis in Dermatopathology

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…s. Papules that result from insect “bites” are urticarial, often become vesicular, and of-times are covered by a crust. Because the lesions are so pruritic, evidences of excoriation in the form of erosions, ulcerations, and hemorrhagic…

Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

Prurigo pigmentosa

…is en masse in foci Collections of neutrophils often found beneath a normal cornified layer with a basket-weave pattern Late Scalecrust that houses neutrophils Epidermis slightly acanthotic and parakeratotic Epidermis hyperpigmented Lymphocytes…

The dermatoscopic universe of basal cell carcinoma

The dermatoscopic universe of basal cell carcinoma

…scopic criteria of BSC are unfocused (peripheral) arborizing vessels, keratin masses, white structureless areas, superficial scale, ulceration or blood crusts, blue-grey blotches and blood spots in keratin masses. Notably, nearly all BSC were…

Regressing basal-cell carcinioma masquerading as benign lichenoid keratosis

Regressing basal-cell carcinioma masquerading as benign lichenoid keratosis

…rthokeratosis, mounts of parakeratosis, acanthosis, elongated rete ridges, sawtooth pattern of rete ridges and presence of a crust. Each of those criteria was assessed in four grades, from absent (0), to weak (+), moderate (++), and marked (+++)….