This superblyillustrated book is the most comprehensive available guide to adnexal neoplasms of the skin. Morethan 70 entities are described in individual chapters that follow a uniformstructure: historical review, clinical features, histopathology, histogenesis, immunohistochemistry,molecular anomalies, and treatment. Readers will find state of the artknowledge on all aspects, including the cytogeneticand chromosomal abnormalities associated with each neoplasm. Without exception,the illustrations are high-quality, full-color,original digital pictures. The histopathology images are taken from perfectlycut and stained sections and the immunohistochemistryillustrations are of an unrivalled quality among textbooks of dermatology and dermatopathology. A complete list of references from originaldescription to the present day is also supplied for each neoplasm. Cutaneous adnexal neoplasms are a large and heterogeneous group of benign andmalignant lesions. This book will assist the reader in early and correctrecognition, which is essential for appropriate choice of treatment andprognostic assessment.
Dedication.- Acknowledgements.-Preface.- I Neoplasms With Eccrine AndApocrine Differentiation.- 1 Apocrine And Eccrine Units.- 2 GeneralPrinciples For The Histopathological Diagnosis Of Neoplasms With Eccrine AndApocrine Differentiation. Classification And Histopathologic Criteria ForEccrine And Apocrine Differentiation.- 3 Hidrocystomas.- 4 Eccrine And ApocrineNevi.- 5 Porokeratotic Adnexal Ostial Nevus.- 6 Supernumerary Nipple.- 7Syringocystadenoma Papilliferum.- 8 Nipple Adenoma.- 9 HidradenomaPapilliferum.- 10 Apocrine Hidradenoma.- 11 Mixed Tumors of the Skin.- 12Tubular Adenoma.- 13 Cutaneous Fibroadenoma.- 14 Cylindroma and Spiradenoma.- 15 Syringoma.- 16 Poromas.- 17 Tubular Carcinoma.- 18 PapillaryCarcinoma.- 19 Syringocystadenocarcinoma Papilliferum.- 20 Apocrine Hidradenocarcinoma.- 21 HidradenocarcinomaPapilliferum.- 22 Malignant Mixed Tumor Of The Skin.- 23 Cylindrocarcinoma AndSpiradenocarcinoma.- 24 Syringoid Carcinoma.- 25 Porocarcinoma.- 26 MicrocysticAdnexal Carcinoma.- 27 Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma.- 28 Cribriform Carcinoma.- 29Mucinous Carcinoma.- 30 Primary Cutaneous Signet-Ring Cell Carcinoma .- 31Secretory Carcinoma .- 32 Polymorphous Sweat Gland Carcinoma.- 33 ExtramammaryPaget's Disease.- 34 Basal Cell Carcinoma With Ductal Differentiation.- 35Neoplasms Of The Mammary-Like Glands Of The Anogenital Region.- II Neoplasms With Follicular Differentiation.-36 Embriology, Histology And Physiology Of The Hair Follicle.- 37Histopathologic Criteria For Follicular Differentiation.- 38 Classification OfThe Proliferations With Follicular Differentiation.- 39 Nevus Comedonicus.- 40Basaloid Follicular Hamartoma.- 41 Trichofolliculoma.- 42 Fibrous Papule.- 43Trichoadenoma.- 44 Fibrofolliculoma And Trichodiscoma.- 45 Infundibular Cyst.-46 Tricholemmal Cyst.- 47 Dilated Pore of Winer.- 48 Follicular Induction.- 49Inverted Follicular Keratosis and Tricholemmoma.- 50 Panfolliculoma.- 51Trichoblastoma.- 52 Pilomatricoma.- 53 Pilar Sheath Acanthoma.- 54 Tumor Of TheFollicular Infundibulum.- 55 Proliferating Tricholemmal Tumor.- 56Pilomatrixcarcinoma.- 57 Basal Cell Carcinoma With Follicular Differentiation.-III Neoplasms With Sebaceous Differentiation.- 58Embriology, Anatomy, Histology And Physiology Of The Sebaceous Glands.- 59Histopathologic Criteria For Sebaceous Differentiation.- 60 Classification OfThe Proliferations With Sebaceous Differentiation.- 61 Yuxta-Clavicular BeadedLines.- 62 Ectopic Sebaceous Glands.- 63 Nevus of Jadassohn.- 64.Steatocystoma.- 65 Folliculo-Sebaceous Cystic Hamartoma.- 66 SebaceousHyperplasia And Rhinophyma.- 67 Sebaceous Induction.- 68 Sebaceous Adenoma AndSebaceoma.- 69 Seborrheic Keratosis With Sebaceous Differentiation.- 70 ReticulatedAcanthoma With Sebaceous Differentiation.- 71 Basal Cell Carcinoma WithSebaceous Differentiation.- 72 Sebaceous Carcinoma.- IVNeoplasms Combining Several Types Of Differentiation.- 73 NeoplasmsCombining Sebaceous, Apocrine And Follicular Differentiation.- V Inherited Syndromes With Adnexal Neoplasms.- 74Inherited Syndromes With Cutaneous Adnexal Neoplasms.- Subject Index.
Luis Requena, MD, is Professor ofDermatology and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology at Fundación JiménezDíaz, Universidad Autónoma, Madrid, Spain.He is also Visiting Professor of Dermatology at WakeForest Universityand UCSF in the United Statesand at Graz Universityin Austria.Dr. Requena is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Societyof Dermatopathology and a member of the Advisory Board and ExaminationCommittee of the International Committee for Dermatopathology European UnionMedical Specialists. He is on the editorial boards of several leading journalsand has won 40 national and international research prizes in Dermatologyand Dermatopathology. He has trained more than 100 residents and fellows. He isthe author of 420 papers in journals included in MedLine (PubMed) as wellas 93 chapters in textbooks. In addition he is the main author of 11monographs.
Omar P. Sangüeza, MD, is Director ofDermatopathology and Professor of Pathology and Dermatology at the Wake ForestUniversity School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, USA.He is also an Honorary Professor at the University ofMontevideo, Uruguay. Dr. Sangüeza is a past president of the InternationalSociety of Dermatopathology and current president of the SociedadIberolatinoamericana de Dermatopatologia. He is also Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Dermatopathology. Dr. Sangüezahas received a number of awards, including the Walter R. Nickel Award from theAmerican Society of Dermatopathology for Excellence in the Teaching ofDermatopathology. To date, he has trained around 70 national and internationalfellows. He is the author of 185 peer-reviewed journal articles as well as morethan 15 book chapters and three books, including Pathologyof Vascular Skin Lesions(HumanaPress).
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