Barnhill's Dermatopathology features a systematic, algorithmic approach that cuts through the complexity of the discipline's traditional disease-oriented focus, providing a ready-to-use diagnostic tool that puts the entire world of dermatopathology into perspective. Prev. ed.: 2010.
The definitive survey of diagnostic dermatopathology-and the single-best resource for addressing differential diagnosis at the microscopic level For virtually every kind of skin lesion, this skill-sharpening resource has everything clinicians need to successfully perform differential diagnosis at the microscopic level. Dermatopathology features a systematic, algorithmic approach that cuts through the complexity of the discipline's traditional disease-oriented focus, providing a ready-to-use diagnostic tool that puts the entire world of dermatopathology into perspective. This classic has won acclaim as the only dermatology pathology resource that is valuable for both teaching and for clinical practice and differential diagnosis. While other references may be more exhaustive, denser, or larger, none are more clinically useful as Dermatopathology. With 25% of the dermatology board and recertification examination consisting of dermatopathology topics, this is also an outstanding board review tool. Filled with hundreds of color photomicrographs, the book features a clear five-part organization and nearly forty detailed chapters-each reflecting the scientifically rigorous, up-to-date insights of authors who are acknowledged experts in the field. The book's vast scope encompasses all skin disease processes-inflammatory, non-inflammatory, infections, and proliferations (harmatomas, hyperplasias, and neoplasms, plus disorders of nails and oral mucosa). *Includes Online Image Bank containing all the images in the book*Increased number of full-color images*Numerous tables assist clinicians differentiate similar conditions from one another*NEW CHAPTERS on laboratory methods and stains, and updated immunohistochemistry content
Table of Contents
Part 1: Inflammatory Reactions in the Skin 1. Introduction to Microscopic Interpretation, Raymond L. Barnhill, Daniel M. Jones, and Almut Boeer-Auer 2. Spongiotic Dermatitis, Preeti Jhorar, Michael Murphy and Jane M. Grant-Kels 3. Interface Dermatitis, Thomas D. Horn and Jacqueline M. Junkins-Hopkins 4. Psoriasiform Dermatitis, Isabella Fried and Raymond L. Barnhill 5. Superficial and Deep Perivascular Dermatitis, A. Neil Crowson 6. Nodular and Diffuse Cutaneous Infiltrates, Garrett T. Desman, Jeff D. Harvell and Raymond L. Barnhill 7. Intraepidermal Vesiculopustular Diseases, Cynthia M. Magro, A Neil Crowson, and Terence J. Harrist 8. Subepidermal Blistering Diseases, A. Neil Crowson and Cynthia M. Magro 9. Vasculitis and Related Disorders, Sarah K. Barksdale and Raymond L. Barnhill 10. Disorders of Cutaneous Appendages, Lynne J. Goldberg and Sarah K. Barksdale 11. Panniculitis, Almut Boeer-Auer, Birgitta Schmidt, and Raymond L. Barnhill 12. Cutaneous Drug Eruptions, A. Neil Crowson and Cynthia M. Magro 13. Cutaneous Reactions to Exogenous Agents, A. Neil Crowson and Cynthia M. Magro Part 2: Predominantly Noninflammatory Conditions 14. Alterations of the Stratum Corneum and Epidermis, Michael W. Piepkorn 15. Disorders of Pigmentation, A. Neil Crowson, Cynthia M. Magro, Anne Janin, and Raymond L. Barnhill 16. Deposition Disorders, Franco Rongioletti and Raymond L. Barnhill 17. Alterations of Collagen and Elastin, Garrett T. Desman and Raymond L. Barnhill 18. Ectopic Tissue, Jacqueline M. Junkins-Hopkins Part 3: Infections 19. Bacterial Infections, Ronald P. Rapini 20. Treponemal and Rickettsial Diseases, A. Neil Crowson, Cynthia M. Magro, J. Stephen Dumler, and Raymond L. Barnhill 21. Fungal Infections, Alexandre Alanio, Matthew W. McCarthy, Thomas J. Walsh, Catherine Lisa Kauffman, and Raymond L. Barnhill 22. Viral Infections, Garrett T. Desman, Clay J. Cockerell and James J. Lyons 23. Protozoal and Algal Infections, Eileen M. Burd, Lars F. Westblade, and Paul Hofman 24. Helminthic Diseases, Blaine A. Mathison and Raymond L. Barnhill Part 4: Proliferations--Hamartomas, Hyperplasias, and Neoplasias 25. Cutaneous Cysts and Related Lesions, Glynis A. Scott 26. Tumors of the Epidermis, Alan S. Boyd 27. Tumors of Melanocytes, Raymond L. Barnhill, Michael W. Piepkorn, Armita Bahrami, Almut Boeer-Auer, Artur Zembowicz, and Thomas Wiesner 28. Tumors with Hair Follicle and Sebaceous Differentiation, Maxime Battistella, Mark R. Wick, Heinz Kutzner, and Raymond L. Barnhill 29. Sweat Gland Tumors, Maxime Battistella, Mark R. Wick, Heinz Kutzner, and Raymond L. Barnhill 30. Fibrous and Fibrohistiocytic Tumors, Scott C. Bresler, Stefan Kraft, Jason L. Hornick, and Scott R. Granter 31. Vascular Tumors and Vascular Malformations, Heinz Kutzner, Hansgeorg Muller, Michael Wassef, Steven J. Hunt, Daniel J. Santa Crus, and Raymond L. Barnhill 32. Tumors of Adipose Tissue, Muscle, Cartilage, and Bone, Kristen M. Paral and Thomas Krausz 33. Neural and Neuroendocrine Tumors, Zsolt B. Argenyi and Chris H. Jokinen 34. Lymphoid, Leukemic, and Other Cellular Infiltrates, Werner Kempf, Guenter Burg, Cesare Massone, Lorenzo Cerroni, Melissa Pulitzer, A. Neil Crowson, and Cynthia M. Magro 35. Cutaneous Metastases, Ghadah Al Sannaa and Alexander J. Lazar Part 5: Disorders of Nail Apparatus, the Oral Mucosa, the Genital Mucosa, and the Conjunctiva (Tumors) 36. Disorders of the Nail Apparatus, Aldo Gonzalez-Serva 37. Disorders of Oral Mucosa, Mark A. Lemon and Sook-Bin Woo 38. Disorders of the Genital Mucosa, Russell A. Ball, Katherine M. Ball, and Kelly L. West 39. Conjunctival Tumors, Artur Zembowicz, Jakub Khzouz, Sarah E. Coupland, Nathalie Cassoux, and Raymond L. Barnhill Appendix 1: Laboratory Methods, Garrett T. Desman, Klaus J. Busam, Heinz Kutzner, and Raymond L. Barnhill Appendix 2: Current and Emerging Molecular Technologies in Dermatopathology, Garrett T. Desman and Michael Donovan Appendix 3: Molecular Biologic Techniques for the Diagnosis of Cutaneous Lymphomas, Garrett T. Desman, Gary S. Wood, Heinz Kutzner, and Shafinaz Hussein Appendix 4: The Future of Dermatopathology, Garrett T. Desman, Brandon Veremis, Michael Donovan, and Carlos Cordon-Cardo