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Figure 133.1
Histopathological features of seborrhoeic keratosis. Skin with hyperkeratosis, irregular acanthosis, keratin‐filled invaginations and small pseudocyst...
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Figure 133.5
There are six main dermoscopic features of seborrhoeic keratosis. (a) Cerebriform pattern. (b) Fingerprint structures. (c) Comedo‐like openings. (d) M...
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Figure 133.9
Histology of a skin tag. Polypoid skin covered by mildly hyperkeratotic epidermis, containing thin‐ and thick‐walled blood vessels in the dermal strom...
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Figure 133.2
Flat seborrhoeic keratosis.
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Figure 133.6
Cupuliform papules of dermatosis papulosa nigra.
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Figure 133.10
Histological features of pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia. Skin showing compact hyperkeratosis with uneven prominent epidermal downgrowths and dermal...
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Figure 133.3
Cerebriform appearance of seborrhoeic keratosis.
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Figure 133.7
Histopathological features of clear cell acanthoma. A papulonodular lesion showing a well‐demarcated area of epidermal hyperplasia (acanthosis). The l...
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Figure 133.4
Seborrhoeic keratosis showing dull non‐reflective hyperkeratotic surface. This contrasts with melanocytic lesions.
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Figure 133.8
Clear cell acanthoma.