• The Inpatient Skin Biopsy from the Dermatologist’s Perspective
• Spongiotic and Psoriasiform Dermatitis
• Lichenoid and Interface Dermatitis
• Neutrophilic and Pustular Eruptions
• Granulomatous Dermatitis and Others
• Mucinosis and Disorders of Collagen and Elastic Fibers
• Subcorneal and Intraepidermal Immunobullous Dermatoses
• Subepidermal Bullous Dermatoses
• Autoimmune Connective Tissue Diseases
• Infection: Bacteria, Spirochetes, Protozoa, and Infestation
• Fungal, Viral, and Rickettsial Infections
• Drug Reactions
• Adverse Cutaneous Reactions to Chemotherapeutic Agents
• Transplant-Related and Metastatic Malignancies
• Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)-Associated Dermatoses and Malignancy
• Inpatient Pediatric Dermatopathology
This book provides a concise reference of the histologic and clinical findings of dermatologic conditions encountered in the inpatient setting. The text is divided into twenty chapters. Histopathologic images and corresponding clinical photographs facilitate clinical pathologic correlation of the conditions discussed in each chapter. Bulleted summaries for quick easy-to-read reference and diagnostic pearls are provided for each of the discussed entities. Each chapter ends with several case studies in which clinical presentation, histologic interpretation and work-up of these challenging scenarios are outlined. This book represents an international collaboration and a wealth of clinical expertise and years of experience of authors from Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America.
Hospital-Based Dermatopathology is a useful diagnostic guide for general pathologists, pathology and dermatology trainees, medical students, dermatopathologists, as well as dermatologists, hospitalists, and inpatient clinicians. It also serves as a useful guide in rendering histologic diagnosis for hospital-based or inpatient skin biopsies.
• Rich in histopathologic images and corresponding clinical photographs.
• Provides bulleted summaries and diagnostic pearls for quick and easy reference.
• Written by experts in the field.
• Mai P. HoangProfessor of PathologyMassachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical SchoolBoston, MAUSA
• Maria Angelica SelimProfessor of Pathology and DermatologyDuke University Medical CenterDepartment of PathologyDurham, NC