2. Genodermatoses and epidermal disorders
3. Pigmentary disorders
4. Tissue reaction patterns
5. Disorders involving the dermis and, or subcutis
6. Depositional diseases and cutaneous manifestations of systemic disease and depositional diseases
An essential examination resource for anyone sitting their primary or maintenance of certification examinations in dermatology, pathology or dermatopathology, Self-Assessment in Dermatopathology uses histopathology as a catalyst for constructive and critical thinking and to trigger relevant clinical, genetic and syndromic associations. Concise explanations at the end of each chapter give short answers to each question and expand on each answer choice. Each chapter consists of an increasingly difficult selection of questions, allowing the reader to develop and self-test their knowledge. Tables relevant to the section covered have also been incorporated in the answer section. Using this practical approach, the reader will become familiar with the pathologic basis of clinically relevant dermatoses and cutaneous tumors. The question and answer format make this book the first resource of its kind. Thinking about information in a new way is the foundation of this book, making it an invaluable addition for any trainee.
- Unique in the field, this book is an essential resource for trainees across continents
- Uses histopathology as a tool to trigger key clinical, syndromic and genetic associations
- Provides a self-teaching review that offers an in-depth knowledge of all entities involving the skin
Meera Mahalingam, VA Consolidated Laboratories, New England
Meera Mahalingam is a board certified pathologist and dermatopathologist. Her training in pathology in both the UK and USA enables her to have the unique perspective of what is required of trainees across continents. She currently serves as the Section Chief of Dermatopathology for VA Consolidated Laboratories, New England.