By Kasia S. Masterpol
The booklet isn't meant to be an all-encompassing atlas or textbook yet quite a beginning of ideas in dermatopathology, highlighting key components within the box for trainees and also will function a uncomplicated source for the pathologist regularly perform. as well as the sketches and minimum textual content, we envision accompanying excessive solution histopathologic micrographs for final correlation as well.
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There is suprabasal acantholysis with loss of the overlying epidermis 12 Autoimmune Blistering Dermatoses The autoimmune blistering dermatoses result from antibodies directed against proteins in the epidermis or superficial dermis. Direct immunoflourescence testing is performed using reagents to detect antibodies deposited in a biopsy of the patient’s skin. S. 1007/978-1-4471-4471-7_12, © Springer-Verlag London 2013 Pathogenesis Antibodies to desmoglein 3 Associated with internal malignancies, (most commonly lymphoproliferative disorders) Antibodies to BPAg1 and 2 Antibodies to BMZ proteins Deposition of IgA in dermal papillae Antibodies to basement membrane proteins Antibodies to Type VII collagen 12 Autoimmune Blistering Dermatoses 29 Fig.
The presence of eosinophils and reactive lymphoid follicles may be seen in cutaneous lymphoid hyperplasia, particularly if the etiology is a persistent reaction to arthropod bite. S. 1007/978-1-4471-4471-7_19, © Springer-Verlag London 2013 19 The Seven L’s of Super ficial and Deep Perivascular Mononuclear/Lymphoid Infiltrates Fig. 1 Polymorphous light eruption. There is prominent papillary dermal edema and epidermal acanthosis Fig. 2 Erythema chronicum migrans (Lyme disease, gyrate erythema). There are minimal epidermal changes.
1 Lymphoid follicle structure in lymphoid hyperplasia and B cell lymphoma. Reactive lymphoid follicles usually have round or oval follicle centers with compact central collections of BCL6+, BCL2− B cells. The lymphoid follicles of marginal zone lymphoma are surrounded by zones of plasma cells and or sheets of marginal zone B cells. 50 CD21+ FDC: Neoplastic FCC: BCL6+ CD10+ BCL2−/+ Occasionally the neoplastic BCL6−, BCL2+ marginal zone B cells will infiltrate or colonize the lymphoid follicle, splaying the BCL6+, BCL2− follicle center cells.
Atlas of Essential Dermatopathology by Kasia S. Masterpol