Dermatopathology, fourth edition
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For virtually every kind of skin lesion, this skill-sharpening resource has everything clinicians need to successfully perform differential diagnosis at the microscopic level.
What is the content of Dermatopathology Fourth edition ?
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
Who are the authors of Dermatopathology Fourth edition ?
Editor in Chief
Raymond L. Barnhill is currently Professor of Pathology at the Institut Curie, and the Faculty of Medicine, University of Paris Descartes, Paris, France. Dr Barnhill received his MD degree from Duke University and was a postdoctoral fellow and graduate student in the University of Oxford. He has trained as a dermatologist, anatomic pathologist and dermatopathologist. His academic and research interests have largely been associated with the biology of melanocytic lesions and melanoma, but also all aspects of dermatopathology and more recently ophthalmic pathology.
- A. Neil Crowson
- Cynthia M. Magro
- Michael W. Piepkorn
- Heinz Kutzner
- Garrett T. Desman