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Elder, Elenitsas, Rubin, Ioffreda, Miller Atlas and Synopsis of Lever's Histopathology of the Skin

ISBN: 978-1-4511-1344-0

Auflage: 3rd Ed.

Erscheinungsdatum: September 2012

Einband: Hardcover + Digital: online access

Seitenzahl: 531 p.

Illustrationen: 1600 ill.

Verlag: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Lieferzeit ab Ihrer Bestellung: 2-14 Tage je nach Lieferbarkeit und Verlag


A companion to Lever´s Histopathology of Skin, which is a comprehensive account of disease entities organized by pathogenesis or type. For the student or non-specialist attempting to make a diagnosis of an unknown skin disease from a slide, this approach is less useful because many completely unrelated conditions look similar under the microscope. The Atlas and Synopsis was developed to address the diagnostic process from this perspective, and it is organized according to patterns and cell types (morphology) to help readers formulate a differential diagnosis for a given case. The book is organized according to patterns of disease as visualized on a microscopic slide. The patterns are classified according to LOCATION, PATTERN, and CELL TYPE. There are eight major locations, each of which has multiple patterns and cell types. This book is aimed at trainees in Dermatology and Anatomic Pathology who are learning Dermatopathology, and also may be of value to established practitioners who only see a few skin cases, or to experienced dermatopathologists who may use the book to develop an expanded differential diagnosis, and also as a teaching aid for their own trainees.

  • NEW 10% increase in total number of images (to describe new diseases or additional examples of existing ones)
  • NEW Addition of tables that compare the characteristics of “lookalike” diseases
  • NEW An expanded section for trainees detailing how the book can be used to generate a differential diagnosis will be added to the front sections
  • NEW New disease entities added
  • NEW Revised and updated based on the new 10th edition of Lever’s Histopathology of the Skin
  • NEW The addition of arrows of different colors and/or shapes to point out salient features in the images will be an enhancement to the usability of the book for trainees, who are one of the primary audiences
  • NEW The TOC, which is also the algorithmic classification on which the book is based, will be expanded and will make use of new color technology to color-code the sections for increased consistency and ease of reference throughout the book
  • NEW the sections for increased consistency and ease of reference throughout the book
  • Based on morphology, disease entities of skin organized according to major patterns and cell types, allowing for a quicker and easier diagnosis
  • Each disease illustrated with ~ 5 color photomicrographs within framework of algorithmic classification (~ 1600 images)
  • Significantly expands the concept of "pattern recognition" in differential diagnosis of skin diseases as set out in the big book