Search Results for: diffuse neuroendocrine system (anachronistic)

Review of Practical Dermatopathology by Ronald P. Rapini

Review of Practical Dermatopathology by Ronald P. Rapini

…ulare (7.1) Interstitial drug reaction (3.5) Interstitial mycosis fungoides (24.1) Sweet’s syndrome (3.7, usually more diffuse) Urticaria (3.1) Well’s syndrome (3.8, usually more diffuse) Intertriginous eruptions (see Axilla 1.10 or…

Differential Diagnosis in Dermatopathology

Discussions

…differentiation of benign from malignant neoplasms in general and of inflammatory infiltrates of lymphocytes in nodular and diffuse array, i.e., lymphocytoma cutis, from authentic lymphomas in particular. The attributes crucial for such a…

Hypopigmented atypical Spitzoid neoplasms (atypical Spitz nevi, atypical Spitz tumors, Spitzoid melanoma): a clinicopathological update

Hypopigmented atypical Spitzoid neoplasms (atypical Spitz nevi, atypical Spitz tumors, Spitzoid melanoma): a clinicopathological update

…on of the buttock (C) in an 11-year-old boy; dermoscopy (D) shows whitish-pink lobules with a polymorphous vascular pattern (diffuse pink-red areas, thin and elongated linear-irregular vessels, hairpin vessels), peripheral white globules, and light…

Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

Reticulohistiocytic granuloma

…y binucleate and multinucleate histiocytes Some histiocytes with abnormal nuclei Epidermis thin and separated from the dense diffuse infiltrate by a thin zone of collagen bundles Correlation clinicopathologic Papules and nodules of…

Resolving Quandaries in Dermatology, Pathology & Dermatopathology

Nuclear Atypia, Cytoplasmic Atypia, and Architectural Atypia?

…lled in order for nuclei to be identified as atypical. For example, are nuclei that are large but monomorphic, like those of neuroendocrine carcinoma, atypical? How large is large? What about lymphocytes with nuclei that normally are so dark that a…