This is the page on the glossary term Dermatopathology which is relevant on dermoscopedia. See also the list of terms.
The following pages use dermatopathology as keyword:
|Colors||In this chapter we cover the importance of colors in dermoscopy. Colors are important becaus they provide important information on the type and anatomical locaiton of the pigment in the skin and its appearance in dermoscopy.|
|Correlation of dermoscopic structures on volar skin (palms and soles)||This chapter describes the histopathologcal correlation of dermoscopic structures on volar skin|
|Correlation of sebaceous neoplasms||This chapter describes the correlation of sebaceous neoplasms|
|Dermoscopic structures and their histopathological correlation||This chapter defines dermoscopic criteria such as colors and structures and their significance, as well as the histopathologic correlates to dermoscpic criteria and the differences between them.|
|Dermoscopic structures in melanocytic neoplasms||This chapter describes the different dermoscopy structures seen in melanocytic neoplasms such as pigment network, dots, globules streaks etc.|
|Dermoscopy criteria and histopathological correlation||This chapter describes the dermoscopy criteria and their histopathological correlation|
|Differences between histologic and dermoscopic criteria||In this chapter we describe the difference between histologic and dermoscopy criteria including the use of immunhistochemistry.|
|Histopathological correlation (full text)||This chapter represents the full text chapter of on histopathological correlation in dermoscopy. It covers all subchapters in one|
|Pigment network||In this cover we describe the dermoscopy criterion pigment network and its variants such as pseudonetwork, atypical pigment network and typical pigment network and its histologic correlation|
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