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    Adriana Motta, Luis Fernando González, Gonzalo García, Jennifer Guzmán, Lorena Prada, Hugo Herrera, Mariam Rolon.
    Summary: Dermatology is the science responsible for the study of the skin, mucous membranes (oral and genital) and cutaneous appendages, while dermatopathology focuses on its microscopic study. Although the two fields are closely related, in many cases the identification of dermatological diseases is mainly clinical and depends on the physicians ability and experience. The purpose of this atlas, which collects over 900 clinical and histological photographs in high resolution, is to illustrate and describe the most frequent skin diseases on the basis of clinical cases. Offering a complete guide to the etiology, epidemiology, clinical features, histologic findings and diagnosis of the main skin diseases divided into three subgroups (inflammatory, infectious, or tumoral), it represents an invaluable resource for all medical students, residents, clinicians, and investigators learning dermatology.

    I. Inflammatory Skin Diseases
    Chapter 1. Papulosquamous and eczematous dermatoses
    Chapter 2. Other papular, erythematous and scaly diseases
    Chapter 3. Inflammatory diseases of pilose follicle
    Chapter 4. Inflammatory diseases of the sebaceous and apocrine glands
    Chapter 5. Inflammatory skin diseases induced by drugs
    Chapter 6. Inflammatory diseases of the blood vessels with cutaneous involvement
    Chapter 7. Inflammatory diseases affecting melanocytes
    Chapter 8. Bullous vesicular inflammatory diseases
    Chapter 9. Inflammatory skin diseases presented as erythema, urticaria and purpura
    Chapter 10. Inflammatory connective tissue diseases
    Chapter 11. Granulomatous inflammatory diseases
    Chapter 12. Inflammatory diseases induced by ultraviolet radiation. Chapter 13. Neutrophilic and eosinophilic inflammatory diseases
    Chapter 14. Inflammatory diseases of subcutaneous cell tissue
    II. Infectious Skin Diseases
    Chapter 15. Bacterial infections
    Chapter 16. Mycobacterial Infections
    Chapter 17. Fungal infections
    Chapter 18. Virus infections
    Chapter 19. Sexually transmitted diseases
    Chapter 20. Infections by parasites
    III. Neoplastic Skin Diseases
    Chapter 21. Benign neoplasms
    Chapter 22. Skin adnexal neoplasms
    Chapter 23. Muscle, adipose tissue and cartilaginous neoplasms
    Chapter 24. Vascular malformations
    Chapter 25. Fibrous and fibrohystiocytic proliferations of skin and tendons
    Chapter 26. Congenital melanocytic nevus and acquired
    Chapter 27. Neural and neuroendocrine neoplasms
    Chapter 28. Disorders of cells of langerhans and macrophages
    Chapter 29. Malignant neoplasms
    Chapter 30. Other lymphoproliferative disorders.
    Digital Access Springer 2022