Table of Contents

Spongiotic Dermatitis.
Erythemas with Perivascular Inflammation.
Psoriasiform and Lichenoid Dermatitis.
Vesiculobullous and Selected Pustular Disorders.
Vascular Disorders.
Nutritional Deficiency and Gastrointestinal Disease.
Connective Tissue Disorders.
Metabolic Diseases.
Degenerative Diseases.
Drugs and Physical Agents.
Noninfectious Granulomas.
Non-neoplastic Diseases of Appendages.
Pigmentation Disorders.
Disorders of Epidermal Maturation, Keratinization, and Connective Tissues.
Infectious Diseases, Including Infestations and Parasitic Diseases.
Epidermal Cysts and Tumors.
Cutaneous Appendageal Tumors.
Metastatic Tumors in the Skin.
Fibrous Tissue Tumors.
Vascular and Perivascular Proliferations of the Skin.
Tumors and Tumor-like Conditions Showing Neural, Nerve Sheath, and Adipocytic Differentiation.
Tumors of Muscle, Cartilage, and Bone.
Histiocytic Proliferations.
Disorders of Mast Cells and Plasma Cells.
Lymphoid Infiltrates, Lymphoma, and Hematopoietic Proliferations Involving the Skin.
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