Cancer of the Skin – case reports of skin tumors

AuthorPiotr Brzeziński

Co-authors (Editors): Anca Chiriac, Beatriz Di Martino Ortiz, Viktoryia Kazlouskaya, Małgorzata Sokołowska-Wojdyło, Sunderamoorthy Srinivasan

Cancer of the Skin – case reports of skin tumors (paperback cover)

Diagnosis of lesions in skin cancers very often occurs in dermatological clinics or during routine examinations. In some cases it is helpful to dermoscopy, and skin histology in correlation with the clinical picture gives us a final diagnosis.

Part of the book series: None

Publisher: ODO PUBLISHING HOUSE

Release date: 2014

Number of pages: 100

ISBN-13: 978-83-931309-0-0

 

First edition

English language

Description:

Diagnosis of lesions in skin cancers very often occurs in dermatological clinics or during routine examinations. In some cases it is helpful to dermoscopy, and skin histology in correlation with the clinical picture gives us a final diagnosis. Therefore, cooperation between dermatologists and pathologists, and often the surgeon (surgeononcologist), is important. Please note that the surgical removal of skin lesions (tumors) is not the only method of treatment. This book is a presentation of dozens of descriptions of cases of skin cancers that are less frequently observed in practice. The intention of the author is to create a set of representative case reports of tumors of the skin, which may serve as an aid in the daily diagnosis of such tumors, as well as a manual for physicians interested in this issue. We believe that it will become essential reading and a valuable collection of information for physicians interested in the subject of skin cancer.

Sections:

Keywords: Skin Cancer; Skin; Clear cell acanthoma; Pigmented Basal Cell Carcinoma; Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma; Dermatofibrosarcoma Protuberans; Eccrine Carcinoma; Atypical Fibroxanthoma; Glomus; Cutaneous Granular Cell Tumor; Hidradenoma; Poroid; Kaposi’s sarcoma; Cutaneous Leiomyomas; Neuroma; Melanoma; Pilomatrixoma; Pyogenic Granuloma; Sebaceous Carcinoma; Trichoepithelioma; Steatocystoma Multiplex; Marjolin Ulcer; Syringocystadenocarcinoma Papilliferum; Adamantinoid Trichoblastoma

Table of contents

CLEAR CELL ACANTHOMA 1
PIGMENTED BASAL CELL CARCINOMA 3
PRIMARY CUTANEOUS CD30 and ANAPLASTIC LARGE CELL LYMPHOMA 6
MYXOID DERMATOFIBROSARCOMA PROTUBERANS 9
MUCINOUS ECCRINE CARCINOMA 12
ATYPICAL FIBROXANTHOMA and SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA 14
SUBUNGUAL GLOMUS TUMOUR 16
CUTANEOUS GRANULAR CELL TUMOR 18
ECCRINE HIDRADENOMA 21
POROID HIDRADENOMA 24
KAPOSI’S SARCOMA ASSOCIATED WITH HIV 26
CUTANEOUS LEIOMYOMAS 29
TRAUMATIC NEUROMA (AMPUTATION) 33
MELANOMA MALIGNUM AND BASAL CELL CARCINOMA 35
PILOMATRIXOMA 37
PYOGENIC GRANULOMA 39
SEBACEOUS CARCINOMA 41
SPIRADENOMAS AND MULTIPLE TRICHOEPITHELIOMAS 43
STEATOCYSTOMA MULTIPLEX 46
SUPERFICIAL SPREADING and NODULAR MELANOMA 50
MARJOLIN ULCER 53
SYRINGOCYSTADENOCARCINOMA PAPILLIFERUM 56
ADAMANTINOID TRICHOBLASTOMA 58
MULTIPLE TRICHOEPITHELIOMA 61
Mini Atlas XVI

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