Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis.- Lichenoid/Vacuolar Dermatitis.- Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis with Spongiotic Epidermal Changes.- Superficial Perivascular Dermatitis with Psoriasiform Epidermal Changes.- Superepidermal Blistering Processes.- Intraepidermal Blisters.- Granulomatous Dermatitis.- Cutaneous Vasculitis.- Alopecias.- Panniculitis.- Histologic Mimics of Cutaneous Lymphoma.- Dermal Pigmentary Disorders.- Dermal Deposition Disorders Without Pigment.
From the reviews: "The authors present a pocket-sized manual on the histopathology of inflammatory skin diseases. This is a compact reference for trainees in dermatology and pathology that they can tote around in a lab coat pocket. ! It is targeted at residents in dermatology and pathology. ! This is appropriate for residents who want a primer on inflammatory dermatopathology they can carry. Trainees who like a bullet-point outline presentation may also wish to peruse this book." (Garth Robert Fraga, Doody's Review Service, September, 2010)