By Klaus J. Busam MD
This new quantity within the Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology sequence packs all of state-of-the-art such a lot crucial dermatopathology information right into a compact, high-yield structure! Its pragmatic, well-organized procedure, ample full-color illustrations, and at-a-glance tables make the data you wish effortless to entry. Over 1,100 full-color pictures trap the looks of an entire variety of dermis lesions. And, specialist seek advice performance supplies easy accessibility to the total textual content on-line in addition to the entire book's photos for more desirable visible tips. . gains on-line entry to the complete textual content and the entire illustrations from the publication, with hyperlinks to PubMed, for simple referencing at expertconsult.com. . Covers either neoplastic and non-neoplastic issues of the outside. . offers distinctive discussions of metabolic, systemic, allergic, infectious, and inflammatory pores and skin ailments in addition to cutaneous neoplasms supplying you with well-rounded, entire assurance. . deals over 1,100 full-color, high quality images that display the main good points of a large choice of pathologic lesions supplying improved diagnostic assistance. . Employs a constant, easy association all through to give each one pathologic entity's gross and microscopic beneficial properties, prognostic and healing issues, ancillary reports, and differential diagnoses. . offers details in packing containers and tables for at-a-glance reference.The Foundations in Diagnostic Pathology sequence solutions the decision for clean, cheap, and easy-to-use tips. each one region-specific quantity offers the entire so much crucial details at the pathologic entities encountered in perform. sequence Editor: John R. Goldblum, MD, FACP, FASCP, FACGWith thirteen extra contributing specialists.
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FIXED DRUG REACTION Clinical Findings Fixed drug reactions are round, erythematous or violaceous macules or patches that occur on one or a few fixed sites repetitively after repeat exposure to the offending agent. Tetracycline, penicillin, acetaminophen, aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents, dapsone, benzodiazepines, and barbiturates are commonly implicated culprits. The face, extremities, and genitalia are common sites, but any site may be involved. The lesions may vesiculate (Fig. 1-14, A).
C, Perivascular and periadnexal lymphocytes with focal interface changes in subacute lupus. D, Orthokeratosis, atrophy (with loss of the rete ridges), vacuolar interface dermatitis, and basilar squamatization typify established subacute (this case) or discoid lupus. E, Discoid lupus exhibits follicular plugging, superficial and deep perivascular and perifollicular lymphocytes. There is interfollicular atrophy and interface dermatitis affecting both the epidermis and follicular epithelium. F, Even in sections or examples that do not exhibit active interface dermatitis, the balance of the dermal inflammation is centered in the deep dermis and surrounds adnexal structures.
Dermatomyositis—Pathology Histologic Features » Interface dermatitis » Epidermal atrophy (except for Gottron’s papules) » Sparse lymphocytic infiltrate » Evidence of mild vascular damage Ancillary Studies » Direct immunofluorescence studies: nonspecific or negative Differential Diagnosis Treatment » Corticosteroids » Antimalarials » Lupus erythematosus » Drug reaction » Poikilodermatous graft versus host disease Chapter 1 Inflammatory Diseases of the Dermis and Epidermis 43 Differential Diagnosis The histopathologic features may overlap significantly with acute, subacute, or chronic/discoid cutaneous LE as well as other forms of connective tissue disease, including mixed connective tissue disease.