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Neoplastic Mimics in Dermatopathology [electronic resource].
Wick, Mark R.
New York : Demos Medical Publishing, 2013.
1 online resource (209 pages)
1617051764, 9781617051760
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New York : Demos Medical Publishing, 2013.
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"Histoid" LeprosyNonlepromatous Mycobacterial Pseudotumors of the Skin; Hamartomatous Mesenchymal Lesions of the Skin; Fibrous Hamartoma; Smooth Muscle Hamartomas and "Becker's Nevi"; Rhabdomyomatous Mesenchymal Hamartomas; Idiosyncratic Proliferative Mesenchymal Reactions to Injury; Nodular (Proliferative; Pseudosarcomatous; Infiltrative) Fasciitis; Postoperative Spindle Cell Nodules; Keloids; Ruptured and Proliferating Ganglion Cysts; Chapter 5: Pseudoneoplastic Neurocutaneous Rests and Ectopias; Rudimentary Meningocele (Meningotheliomatous Hamartoma).
Chapter 3: Imitators of Regressing and Regressed Melanocytic NeoplasmsChapter 4: Pseudoneoplastic Mesenchymal Lesions; Pseudoneoplastic Vascular Proliferations of the Skin; Acroangiodermatitis and Acral Capillary Angiomatosis; Pigmented Purpura (Majocchi-Schamberg Disease); Proliferative Scars; Intravascular Papillary Endothelial Hyperplasia (Masson's Lesion); Angiokeratoma; Bacillary Angiomatosis; Telangiectasias; Pseudosarcomatous Polyps; "Inflammatory Pseudotumors" of the Skin; Proliferative Noninfectious Granulomatous Lesions; Other Pseudoneoplastic Reactions to Infection.
Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgment; Chapter 1: Neoplastic Mimics: Overview; Philosophical and Practical Issues; Topographic Distribution and Biologic Nature of "Pseudotumors"; Idiopathic Pseudoneoplasms; Developmental Pseudoneoplasms; "Functional" Pseudoneoplasms; Iatrogenic Pseudoneoplasms; Infectious Pseudoneoplasms; Chapter 2: Pseudoneoplastic Mimics of Epithelial Tumors in the Skin; Pseudocarcinomatous (Pseudoepitheliomatous) Epidermal Hyperplasia; Pseudocarcinomatous Hyperplasia in Chronic Aseptic Dermatitides.
Cutaneous Glial Heterotopia ("Nasal Glioma")Chapter 6: Pseudoneoplastic Lymphoreticular Infiltrates of the Skin; Pseudoneoplastic Lymphoreticular Infiltrates: An Overview; Nonneoplastic Conditions Producing "Lichenoid" Infiltrates that Simulate Cutaneous T-Celllymphoma; Other Nonneoplastic Lymphoid Infiltrates that may Mimic Hematologic Lesions; Lupus Profundus and "Cytophagic Panniculitis"; "Reactive Angioendotheliomatosis"; Cutaneous Cellular Responses to Hematopoietic Colony-Stimulating Agents; Other Nonneoplastic CD30+ Cutaneous Eruptions; Kimura's Disease.
Pseudocarcinomatous Hyperplasia in Association with NeoplasmsPseudocarcinomatous Hyperplasia in Cutaneous Infections; Potential Mechanisms for Cutaneous Pseudocarcinomatous Hyperplasia; Pathologic Findings in Pseudocarcinomatous Hyperplasia and Differential Diagnosis with True Carcinomas; Epidermal Nevi and "Der Wulst"; Reactions to Monsel's Solution; Selected Bullous Dermatoses; Adnexal Nevi and other Pseudoneoplastic Appendageal Lesions; Sweat Glandular Proliferations; Basaloid Follicular Hamartoma; Sebaceous Proliferations.
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Plasma Cell Infiltrates of the Skin and Mucosae that can Imitate Plasmacytomas.
Virtually all sites in the human body can host lesions that simulate neoplasms, and many of these ""pseudotumors"" can simulate neoplasms on all levels of analysis-- clinical, radiologic, and pathologic-- thus they represent particular diagnostic pitfalls for the pathologist that can ultimately lead to therapeutic misdirection. This book provides the pathologist with detailed morphologic descriptions and diagnostic guidance in recognizing these neoplastic mimics as they occur in the skin. In addition, descriptions and diagnostic guidance are provided for the range of skin lesions that may mimi.
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