Deep Zoom Images (DZI)

Zuletzt geändert von Thomas Brinkmeier am 2022/06/20 21:11

Deep Zoom Images (DZI)

Di: - Accessory nipple  

- Actinic keratosis        

- Angioleiomyoma  

- Angiosarcoma  

- Apocrine hidrocystoma      

- Apocrine mixed tumor of the skin  

- Atypical fibroxanthoma      

- Basal cell carcinoma        

- Blue nevus with dermal fibrosis  

- Bowen´s disease

Hi: - classic Bowen disease  

- pagetoid Bowen´s disease with "eyeliner sign"  

- Bullous impetigo  

- Carcinoma erysipeloides  

- Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis chronica  

- Clear cell acanthoma  

- Condyloma acuminatum  

Hi: pseudoepitheliomatous acanthosis with koilocytosis (cytopathogenic virus effect)

- Congenital nevus      

- Cornu cutaneum  

Syn: cutaneous horn

Hi: spike-like apposition of ortho- or parakeratotic horny masses overlying various skin disorders (e.g. actinic keratosis)

- Cylindroma    

- Deep penetrating nevus  

- Dermatofibroma  

- Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans  

- Digital mucoid cyst  

- Duperrat nevus  

- Dysplastic melanocytic nevus  

- Eccrine hidrocystoma  

- Eccrine mixed tumor of the skin  

- Erythema nodosum  

- Extramammary Paget´s disease  

- Fibroepithelioma of Pinkus (fenestrated trichoblastoma)  

- Fibrolipoma  

- Fibrous papule of the nose  

- Frontal fibrosing alopecia  

- Glomangioma  

- Granular cell tumor  

- Granuloma annulare  

- Grover´s disease  

- Halo nevus  

- Hidradenoma  

- Hidradenoma papilliferum  

- Kaposi´s sarcoma  

- Keratin granuloma (inflamed or ruptured cyst)  

- Keratoacanthoma    

- Knuckle pad  

- Lichen planus  

- Lichen sclerosus  

- Lichenoid keratosis    

- Lipoma  

- Lymphomatoid papulosis, type A  

- Marginal zone lymphoma  

- Melanoma in situ  

- Melanoma

Di: - Superficial spreading melanoma        

Hi: nests of atypical melanocytes (large tumor cells with abundant cytoplasm, irregular nuclei and some mitotic activity) at the dermoepidermal junction and in the upper dermis, fibrosis in the papillary dermis

- Nodular melanoma    

- Desmoplastic melanoma  

- Nevus-associated melanoma  

- Melanoma associated with congenital nevus  

- Microcystic adnexal carcinoma  

- Molluscum contagiosum  

Hi: cup-shaped indentation of the epidermis into the dermis with characteristic Henderson-Paterson bodies

- Morphoea  

- Mycosis fungoides  

- Myxoid neurothekeoma  

- Neuroma  

- Nevus, acral  

- Nevus, compound-type      

Syn: compound nevus

Hi: - nests of melanocytes at the dermoepidermal junction and within the epidermis

- sometimes with hyperpigmentation    

- Nevus, junctional  

- Nevus, dermal

Hi: - dermal nevus, Miescher´s pattern: melanocytes diffusely infiltrate both adventitial and reticular dermis in a wedge-shaped pattern    

- dermal nevus, Unna´s pattern  

- acral dermal nevus  

- Nodular fasciitis  

- Parapsoriasis, small-plaque  

- Pemphigus foliaceus  

- Peripheral T-cell lymphoma (not otherwise specified)  

- Pilar sheath acanthoma  

- Piloleiomyoma  

- Pilomatrixoma    

- Pleomorphic dermal sarcoma  

- Pseudomelanoma (Recurrent melanocytic nevus)    

- Psoriasis

Hi: - guttate  

- plaque-type  

- Psoriasis pustulosa generalisata  

- Pyogenic granuloma  

- Reed nevus    

- Sebaceoma  

- Sebaceous adenoma    

Syn: sebaceoma (umbrella term)

Hi: multilobulated nodule of mature enlarged sebaceous glands with perifollicular foamy holocrine sebocytes and ductal structures at the centre and smaller undifferentiated basaloid germinative sebocytes in the periphery

DD: sebaceous hyperplasia, mixed sebacous tumor (tubular adenoma of the skin with follicular and sebaceous differentiation)

- Sebaceous cyst    

- Sebaceous naevus  

- Seborrheic keratosis

Syn: seborrheic wart

Hi: - pigmented, slightly reticular seborrheic keratosis  

- clonal seborrheic keratosis    

- hyperkeratotic seborrheic keratosis  

- Syringomas  

- Solar lentigo    

- Spiradenoma  

- Spitz nevus    

Hi: intradermal variant  

- Squamous cell carcinoma  

- Squamous cell carcinoma evolving from actinic keratosis  

- Squamous cell carcinoma, keratoacanthoma-like    

- (invasive) Squamous cell carcinoma, bowen´s type    

- Trichoepithelioma  

- Verruca vulgaris  

Engl: well circumscribed exophytic mass with marked hyperkeratosis and papillomatosis, tiers of parakeratosis overly papillary epidermal tips, rete ridges slope inward at the border, prominent granular layer with vacuolated superficial keratinocytes with pyknotic nuclei (koilocytes), dilated blood vessels within papillary dermis, variable lichenoid lymphocytic infiltrate

DD: trichilemmoma

- Verrucous cyst  

  

Artikelinhalt

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  Accessory nipple Actinic keratosis Lichenoid actinic keratosis Bowenoid verrucous actinic keratosis Acantholytic actinic keratosis Angioleiomyoma Angiosarcoma Apocrine hidrocystoma Apocrine hidrocystoma, Case No. 2 Apocrine hidrocystoma, Case No. 3 Apocrine mixed tumor of the skin Atypical fibroxanthoma Atypical fibroxanthoma, Case No. 2 Atypical fibroxanthoma, Case No. 3 Nodular BCC Solid BCC Ulcerated nodular BCC Clear cell bcc Blue nevus with dermal fibrosis Classic Bowen disease Pagetoid Bowen´s disease Bullous impetigo Carcinoma erysipeloides Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis chronica Clear cell acanthoma Condyloma acuminatum Congenital dermal nevus Congenital compound nevus Fibrotic congenital compound nevus Cornu cutaneum on bowenoid actinic keratosis Cylindroma Cylindroma, Case No. 2 Deep penetrating nevus Classical dermatofibroma Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans Digital mucoid cyst Duperrat nevus Dysplastic compound nevus, Case No. 1 Eccrine hidrocystoma Eccrine mixed tumor of the skin Erythema nodosum (early stage) Extramammary Paget`s disease Fibroepithelioma of Pinkus (fenestrated trichoblastoma) Fibrolipoma Fibrous papule of the nose Frontal fibrosing alopecia Glomangioma Granular cell tumor Granuloma annulare Morbus Grover Halo nevus Hidradenoma Hidradenoma papilliferum Kaposi´s sarcoma Keratin granuloma Keratoacanthoma Keratoacanthoma, Case No. 2 Knuckle pad Verrucous lichen planus Lichen sclerosus Lichenoid keratosis Lichenoid keratosis, Case No. 2 Lipoma Lymphomatoid papulosis, type A Marginal zone lymphoma Melanoma in situ Superficial spreading melanoma, 0,3 mm Superficial spreading melanoma, 0,4 mm Superficial spreading melanoma, 0,6 mm Superficial spreading melanoma, 1,5 mm Nodular melanoma Nodular melanoma, Case No. 2 Desmoplastic melanoma Nevus-associated malignant melanoma Melanoma associated with congenital nevus Microcystic adnexal carcinoma Molluscum contagiosum Morphoea Mycosis fungoides Myxoid neurothekeoma Neuroma Acral compound nevus Compound nevus Compound nevus, Case No. 2 Compound nevus, Case No. 3 Heavily pigmented compound nevus Heavily pigmented compound nevus, Case No. 2 Heavily pigmented junctional nevus Dermal nevus, Miescher`s variant Dermal nevus, Miescher`s variant, Case No. 2 dermal nevus, Unna`s pattern Acral dermal nevus Nodular fasciitis Small-plaque parapsoriasis Pemphigus foliaceus Peripheral T-cell lymphoma - NOS Pilar sheath acanthoma Piloleiomyoma Pilomatrixoma Pilomatrixoma, Case No. 2 Pleomorphic dermal sarcoma Pseudomelanoma Pseudomelanoma, Case No. 2 Psoriasis exanthematica Psoriasis, plaque-type Psoriasis pustulosa generalisata Pyogenic granuloma Reed nevus Reed nevus, Case No. 2 Sebaceoma Sebaceous adenoma Sebaceous adenoma, Case No. 2 Sebaceous cyst Sebaceous cyst, Case No. 2 Sebaceous naevus Pigmented, slightly reticular seborrheic keratosis Clonal seborrheic keratosis Clonal seborrheic keratosis, Case No. 2 Hyperkeratotic seborrheic keratosis Syringomas Solar lentigo Solar lentigo with transition to reticular seborrheic keratosis Spiradenoma Spitz nevus Spitz nevus, compound variant Intradermal Spitz nevus SCC SCC evolving from AK Keratoacanthoma-like SCC, Case No. 1 Keratoacanthoma-like SCC, Case No. 2 Squamous cell carcinoma (invasive), Bowen´s type Squamous cell carcinoma (invasive), Bowen´s type, Case No. 2 Trichoepithelioma Verruca vulgaris Verrucous cyst

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