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Differential Diagnosis in Dermatopathology

Differential Diagnosis

…bules attached to a single sebaceous duct 5. Sebaceous lobules open to a short tubule that serves as both sebaceous duct and infundibulum 6. Sebaceous ducts open into one or several widely dilated infundibula 6. Sebaceous ducts enter a single…

Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

Majocchi’s granuloma

…liated with granulomatous inflammation. Causative hyphae are discernible in cornified cells only, those usually being of the infundibulum and the follicle, of the latter being the hair shaft and the inner sheath. Sometimes hyphae are identifiable in…

Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

Infundibulitis secondary to agents topical

…ar contents until that time “stopped up.” The inflammatory process usually expresses itself as suppuration in an infundibulum. What distinguishes some suppurative infundibulitides induced by agents topical from suppurative…

Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

Foreign body reaction

…terial that is “foreign,” e.g., sebaceous secretion, cornified cells, bacteria, yeast, and mites from a ruptured infundibulum, but many times their efforts are in vain; silica, suture, material of tattoos, urates, and splinters resist…

Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

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…dominance of lymphocytes in and around infundibula dilated by corneocytes = Fox-Fordyce disease Spongiosis in the wall of an infundibulum near the site where an apocrine duct enters that part of the epidermis is typical of Fox-Fordyce disease. The…

Histologic Diagnosis of Inflammatory Skin Diseases

Mycosis fungoides

…pism, in the popular mind of dermatologists and pathologists, that phenomenon pertained solely to surface epidermis. But the infundibulum is just as much epidermis as is surface epidermis, the two having the very same appearance histopathologic;…