Bernard Ackerman, M.D.``Curriculum Vita: A. Bernard Ackerman
is Professor of Dermatology and Pathology, and Director of the Institute
for Dermatopathology at Jefferson Medical College.``
About Knoxville Dermatopathology
- Googe is a board certified pathologist and has special qualification
in dermatopathology (skin pathology) as certified by the American Board
of Pathology and American Board of Dermatology. Googe is a graduate of
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville and the University of Tennessee
College of Medicine.
OF DERMATOPATHOLOGY ``The Journal of the International Society
of Dermatopathology The American Journal of Dermatopathology offers outstanding
coverage of the latest diagnostic approaches and laboratory techniques,
as well as insights into contemporary social, legal, and ethical concerns.
Each issue features review articles on clinical, technical, and basic
science advances and illuminating, detailed case reports. Editorial comments
on current controversies are also included, as well as book reviews, letters
to the editor, and reports on aims and activities of The International
Society of Dermatopathology.``
Department of Cell and Molecular Pathology, St. John's Institute of
Dermatology, United Medical & Dental Schools, St. Thomas Hospital,
London May 14, 1998 - University of Washington Medical - Ground Rounds
Anatomical Pathology Services
- A complete surgical pathology service is performed at three
sites. A list of antibody stains for each site is included. Dr. Allan Campbell
has special expertise in Dermatopathology.
Ardor Scribendi, Ltd.
was created in 1997 by A. Bernard Ackerman, M.D. for the purpose
of publishing books about medical subjects in a novel way, to wit, volumes
that are original in content and exquisite in form, rather than ones like
all too many medical books that are banal and unengaging.
Cockerell & Associates Dermatopathology
Laboratoriesdates its beginning to 1972 when Dr. Robert Freeman
began operation of the first laboratory for dermatopathology in North Texas.
Cockerell & Associates Laboratories is recognized as one of the
top dermatopathology laboratories in the United States................
& Associates 2330 Butler Street Suite 115 Dallas, TX 75235 (214)638-2222
AT UWCM Diplomas, MSc, MPhil and Ph.D Degrees Last modified 25th
March 1998 The Department of Dermatology at the University of Wales College
of Medicine runs several postgraduate courses.
- Approximately 9,000 dermatopathology cases are accessioned each year
at Emory University Hospital, The Emory Clinic, Grady Memorial Hospital,
Crawford Long Hospital, the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and Egleston
Children's Hospital. The directors of dermatopathology and anatomic pathology
are jointly responsible for resident and fellow training of dermatopathologists
Images - Systemic Pathology: Lecture and Laboratory This web site
was created as a study guide to accompany the medical student lectures
in Dermatology and Dermatopathology with an emphasis on the clinical-pathological
correlation. These images were edited by Karen Miller in the Image Laboratory
of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Service, Roudebush
Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
practical & conceptual - The journal is unique among medical
periodicals, concentrating as it does on matters that pertain directly
to pathology of the skin at the same time that it cuts a swath through
all aspects of life as it relates to medicine, including artistic, literary,
historical, social, ethical, pedagogical, and legal.
Dermatopathology Unit - BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE DERMATOPATHOLOGY
SECTION Phone: (617) 638-5570 Fax: (617) 638-5515 E-Mail: rlabadie@acs.
BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE TRAINING PROGRAM IN DERMATOPATHOLOGY
The training program in Dermatopathology at the Boston University School
of Medicine is a two-year program designed to train physicians with either
dermatology or pathology background.
is one of the subspecialties of general surgical pathology that deals with
the histologic diagnosis of skin diseases. Accurate diagnosis of cutaneous
disorders, both inflammatory and neoplastic, depends on expert clinical
as well as histologic evaluation. Dermatopathology cases include
common skin diseases as well as complex immunologic diseases, pediatric
diseases, infectious diseases, melanoma, and advanced cutaneous neoplasms.
Specimens are reviewed through routine histology as well as through immunofluorescence,
flow cytometry, image analysis, and electron microscopy.`` The University
of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center.
University Medical Center Dermatopathology Unit``The Dermatopathology
Unit (Director: Christopher R. Shea, MD; assistant director: Victor G.
Prieto, MD, PhD) is dedicated to pathologic diagnosis of mucotaneous
diseases. Approximately 8000 specimens are studied yearly, taken from within
the Duke Hospital, affiliated practices, and a referral base. About 1000
specimens are of melanoma and other atypical melanocytic lesions. Drs.
Shea and Prieto, who have joint appointments in Pathology and Medicine,
also coordinate the teaching of dermatopathology to Duke house staff
and medical students. The unit runs a dermatopathology fellowship program
certified by the American Boards of Dermatology and Pathology. Current
research activities of the unit include: melanocytic differentiation and
activation in pigmented lesions; experimental melanoma in a murine model;
angiostatin in human melanoma; cell proliferation and apoptosis in hemangiomas
of children; and pathologic effects of laser irradiation of skin and eye.``
Hospital - Dermatopathology ``Approximately 9,000 dermatopathology
cases are accessioned each year at Emory University Hospital, The Emory
Clinic, Grady Memorial Hospital, Crawford Long Hospital, the Veterans Affairs
Medical Center, and Egleston Children's Hospital.``
Fellowship in Dermatopathology
- The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. ``The University
of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is offering a two-year fellowship in Dermatopathology.
The Dermatopathology Service interprets over 7,000 skin biopsies per year,
including cases from the University Hospital, Veterans Administration Hospital,
Arkansas Children's Hospital and outside consultation casesfrom
around the country. The Dermatopathology unit consists of two active full-timeboard
certified Dermatopathologists. The service is closely coordinated with
theDepartment of Dermatology and fellows participate in Dermatology clinics
Research Laboratory ``The Hackney Dermatopathology Research Laboratory
is dedicated to the study of skin diseases. In particular, we are interested
in the genetic changes that occur during the development of skin cancers
or other hyperproliferative skin diseases, such as psoriasis. Other ongoing
projects include the investigation of factors that control wound healing
and genetic factors that influence the aging of skin.``
Hackney Dermatopathology Research Laboratory`` is dedicated to
the study of skin diseases. In particular, we are interested in the genetic
changes that occur during the development of skin cancers or other hyperproliferative
skin diseases, such as psoriasis. Other ongoing projects include the investigation
of factors that control wound healing and genetic factors that influence
the aging of skin.
Internet Autopsy Database
(IAD) Image LinksSource of over 5,000 indexed and searchable pathology
image links. G. William Moore, M.D., Ph.D, Jules J. Berman, Ph.D., M.D.,
Grover M. Hutchins, M.D. Sponsored by The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
Department of Pathology
Cutaneous Pathology Official Publication of The American Society
of Dermatopathology. ISSN: 0303-6987 ``Journal of Cutaneous
Pathology publishes manuscripts relevant to diseases of the skin in a broad
sense with the aims of advancing scientific knowledge regarding dermatopathology
and enhancing the communication between clinical practitioners and research
scientists. Original scientific manuscripts on diagnostic and experimental
cutaneous pathology are invited. Clinicopathological studies will be given
high priority. Manuscripts based on light and electron microscopy, histochemistry,
microbiology, biochemistry, immunology, pharmacology, tissue culture, embryology,
molecular biology, and genetics are welcome, provided they advance the
science of cutaneous pathology. Publication time will be kept as short
as possible, ensuring that articles will be quickly available to all interested
in this speciality.) ``
Knoxville Dermatopathology Lab``Knoxville
Dermatopathology Laboratory offers diagnostic services to dermatologists
and other physicians treating skin diseases. This service is under the
supervision of Paul B. Googe, M.D., Dermatopathologist.
University School of Medicine DERMATOPATHOLOGY PROGRAM The residents
are exposed to an extensive collection of interesting dermatology cases
as well as several weekly conferences and quiz sessions. Weekly conferences
include: clinical dermatology with actual patient contact, dermatopathology
book review, clinicopathologic correlation of dermatopathology cases with
local dermatologists. Numerous skin biopsies, including consultations from
outside hospitals, are also seen daily.
Mihm's Dermatopathology website.
Dr. Martin C. Mihm, Jr. is an international consultant for pigmented lesions,
lymphoma, and cutaneous inflammatory diseases. He is the co-director of
the Pigmented Lesion Clinic at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
He is also co-chairman of the Melanoma Pathology Program of the World Health
Organization and co-director of the new Rare Tumor Institute founded this
year by the World Health Organization.
of Pathology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Surgery ``We at Northeast Dermatology Associates specialize
in the recognition and treatment of skin malignancies including Mohs micrographic
surgery performed by Dr. David Goldminz, MD, our board certified Mohs surgeon.
This is a highly specialized procedure for the total removal of skin cancers
under microscopic control. The procedure is named in honor of the physician
who first developed this technique approximately 50 years ago, Dr. Frederick
Mohs, Professor of Surgery at the University of Wisconsin. Removal of certain
types of cancer under microscopic control results in the smallest possible
wound and highest cure.
Micrographic Surgeryat Tulane University Medical Center
Timothy Corcoran Flynn, M.D. - Director. Treating Skin Cancer with Mohs
Micrographic Surgery Mohs micrographic surgery is a highly specialized
outpatient procedure which allows a physician to treat skin cancers. The
technique, created by Dr. Frederick Mohs, is as follows:
A local anesthetic (usually lidocaine) is injected
around the skin cancer. The visible portion of the skin cancer is surgically
removed. The physician then removes a thin layer of tissue
at the bed of the cancer. The entire undersurface and skin edges are then
examined microscopically. That tissue is dyed to distinguish between top and
bottom and left from right. A drawing is made so that the physician can pinpoint any
areas of tumor. Once the tissue has been removed, it is sectioned
into very thin slices and examined under a microscope. After examining the edges and underside of the
removed tissue, the physician outlines the exact location of any additional
areas of cancer. If more cancer is found, the procedure is repeated in stages until the
physician finds that no cancer cells remain.
NUS Histonet: Connective Tissue and
Skin, a histology slides database by National University of Singapore.
This site has light and electron micrographs of tissues and sections for
the learning of Histology in Medicine and Dentistry.
UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER, COLUMBUS-Department of Pathology- Fellowship
in Dermatopathology `` The Dermatopathology Fellowship at The Ohio
State University is a 12-month program. Training in dermatopathology is
done synchronously with pathology or dermatology depending on the fellow's
prior experience. The pathology experience is in the Department of Pathology
at The Ohio State University with emphasison surgical pathology.
Dermatology experience is in the Division of Dermatology at The Ohio State
University. Dermatology experience is patient care oriented with the fellow
assigned patients in a clinic setting. Arthur E. Pellegrini, M.D. Director,
Dermatology & Dermatopathology. The Ohio State University Medical Center
4731 Clinic Bldg. 450 W. 10th Ave.Columbus, OH 43210 Phone: (614) 293-8111
703 Slides "Pathology is the medical science and specialty practice
that deals with all aspects of disease, but with special reference to the
essential nature, the causes, and development of abnormal conditions, as
well as the structural and functional changes that result from disease
processes. (1) " More simply it is the study of disease. The literal
translation of pathology from Greek (pathos, -logos) is "the words of suffering."
Pathology Services, Inc.
- Home PagePathology Services is an independent general
pathology reference laboratory specializing in: Dermatopathology,
Oral Pathology, GYN Pathology, Cytopathology, and whose consultative services
are sought worldwide.
PathWeb pathology images-This
website is sponsored by the Pathology Department of the University of Connecticut
DermatopathologyPenn State University provides complete Dermatopathology
services. Klaus Helm, M.D., the director of the Dermatopathology laboratory,
is a board certified Dermatopathologist and Immunodermatologist. Routine
specimen processing and interpreting, consult services, immunoperoxidase
studies, and direct immunofluorescent studies are available. Services:
The dermatopathology laboratory provides the following comprehensive services
for participating dermatologists:
Local courier pickup Federal Express account for Dermatologists outside
of the the courier's range Rapid 24 hour turn around on most specimens Competitive prices Complete patient billing Complete supply of canisters, and formalin bottles
for shipping. Biopsy results faxed, mailed, or phoned in Penn State University accepts most insurance carriers.
For questions or additional information, please phone 1-800-356-9580 (FAX 717-531-4378).
Skin Path Lab.
DIRECTOR Jag Bhawan, M.D. Boston University School of Medicine
609 Albany Street, J-309, Boston, MA 02118 Phone: 617-638-5570 1-800-4-BUSKIN
(In Massachusetts only) Fax: 617-638-5575 E-mail: email@example.com.
IN DERMATOPATHOLOGY `` Subspecialty certification
in Dermatopathology is a joint and equal function of the American Board
of Dermatology (ABD) and the American Board of Pathology (ABP). Such function
will relate to qualifications of candidates, standards of examination,
and the form of the certificate.`` American Board of Dermatology
of Dermatology: Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Medical Ce...
- Dermatology Clinical Trials The Department of Dermatology offers both
inpatient and outpatient diagnosis and treatment of skin disorders in adults
and children including laser treatment of congenital vascular lesions,
as well as Mohs surgery for skin cancers and skin tumors. Skin biopsies
are prepared in the department's Laboratory of Dermatopathology and read
by the department's Director.
Histopathology of Hair Lossby Hideo Uno, MD, PhD Senior Scientist
Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center Adjunct Associate Professor
Department of Pathology and Lataratory Medicine University of Wisconsin
LaboratoryUniversity of Glasgow Department Index Dermatology home
page. The Dermatopathology Section of the Department of Dermatology is
a CPA approved dermatology laboratory with full facilities for diagnostic...
Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education``This electronic resource
includes over 1900 images along with text, tutorials, and laboratory exercises
that demonstrate gross and microscopic pathologic findings associated with
human disease conditions.``Department of Pathology, University of Utah,
Salt Lake City, Utah,
THE RONALD O. PERELMAN
DEPARTMENT OF DERMATOLOGY The Department's Dermatopathology Laboratory,
internationally recognized, evaluates over 60,000 skin biopsy specimens
annually, many from people all over the world.
Atlas of Pathology-University of Illinois College of Medicine at
Urbana - Champaign. Legends by Patricia J. O'Morchoe, M.D. Images from
material collected by Donald R. Thursh, M.D. and Dr. P. J. O'Morchoe
University Medical Center-Departments of Dermatology and Pathology
Fellowship Program ``The dermatopathology fellowship program
is a fully accredited program under the directorship of Dr. Aizen Marrogi.
Although a new program, it is structured to offer and accommodate both
applicants of Pathology and Dermatology backgrounds.``Department of Dermatology,
SL73 Tulane University Medical Center 1430 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA
70112 or E-mail him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Turkish Society of Dermatopathology``Turkish
Society of Dermatopathology was established in Ankara in 1991. The society
aimed to unify the dermatologists and pathologists with special interest
and training on Dermatopathology in Turkey by: forming communicational
scientific platforms organizing training programs and activities on Dermatopathology
transfer of knowledge and technology on Dermatopathology and Pathology
supporting social and scientific activities among members. The society
has 350 members and an official quarterly published bilingual (Eng/Turk)
Journal called Turkish Journal of Dermatopathology. DERMANETURK is also
the official online of Turkish Society of Dermatopathology in World Wide
Web. The web site covers also the all knowledge on Turkish Dermatology.``
Chairman: Prof. Jose M. Mascaro DERMATOPATHOLOGY The Department of Dermatology
at the Hospital Clinic offers a DERMATOPATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT for early diagnosis
of cutaneous lesions.
University Of Arizona-University
Medical Center- Dermatology Medical Office-The Dermatology Medical
Office provides a full range of services for diseases and disorders of
the skin, hair and nails. Both common and rare skin diseases are treated,
including severe atopic dermatitis, psoriasis and skin tumors. We serve
as a regional center for treatment of difficult dermatologic disorders
and problems that fail to respond to normal treatment. Expertise in minor
dermatologic surgery, including laser surgery for cancer and other disorders
is available, including a laboratory that provides accurate and timely
diagnostic services. Areas of expertise include:
Skin cancer, Pigment cell disorders, Industrial dermatology, Surgery,Pediatric
dermatology,Melanoma, Dermatopathology. The Dermatology Medical Office
is located at 1501 N. Campbell Ave. For more information or to make
an appointment, call 694-8888.1501 North Campbell Avenue, Tucson, Arizona
85724 Phone: 520-694-8888
of Cincinnati-Department of Dermatology -DERMATOPATHOLOGY
AND IMMUNODERMATOLOGY Diya F. Mutasim, M.D. Ass. Professor, Director.
The laboratory provides both educational material for the residents and
students, and a service to physicians who treat patients with skin disorders.
The laboratory performs routine histopathology and specialized immunology
tests such as immunoflourescence studies for collagen vascular diseases
and blistering disorders. Immunoperoxidase studies are also available.
Our goal is to provide fast and excellent service to our physicians and
of Glasgow- Dermatopathology Laboratory-Dermatopathology Section of the
Department of Dermatology, is a CPA approved dermatology laboratory
with full facilities for diagnostic dermatopathology and immunopathology.
The Consultant-in-Charge is Professor R M Mackie, MD, FRCPath and the Consultant
Pathologist is Dr M Fallowfied FRCS, MRCPath. There are three supporting
medical laboratory scientific officers. The Department runs an annual course
in dermatopathology which is aimed at intensive instruction for those at
a fairly early stage in their training. The dates of the next course are
April 14-18, 1997. Further details are available from Professor Mackie
on request. A diagnostic advisory service for pigmented skin lesions is
run by Professor MacKie. If blocks or slides are received, a dermatopathological
opinion can be made available by phone, fax or e-mail, usually within two
of Michigan Department of Dermatology-DermatopathologyActive basic
and applied research activities in dermatopathology include defining the
different types of cells in the skin and their ability to participate in
normal and aberrant cutaneous immune reactions. Researchers
are developing new diagnostic tests for various cutaneous malignancies
and there is particular interest in studies related to skin irritation.Dermatopathology
studies also are under way involving psoriasis, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma
and Kaposi's sarcoma.
of Pittsburgh School of Medicine- Department of Pathology - DermatopathologyApproximately
10,000 cases, derived primarily from outpatient biopsies obtained at Falk
Clinic, are reviewed annually by the Division of Dermatopathology. Residents
review these cases with an experienced dermatopathologist over a multiheaded
microscope for one to three months. Simultaneously rotating dermatology
residents provide clinical and descriptive correlations which enhance understanding
of the unique clinicohistopathologic quality of dermatopathology. An extensive
teaching set is available for independent study. Residents also participate
in a weekly review of interesting cases and in dermatology grand rounds.
OF DERMATOPATHOLOGY ``Probably more so than in any other specialized
area of interest, the proper terminology is exceedingly important
in dermatopathology. The following is a compilation of a minimal vocabulary
that you should thoroughly familiarize yourself with. Just remember: In
any clinical practice, dermatologic problems will most likely be the most
frustrating cases you will have, as well as the most profitable.``
- University of Utah - Dermatopathology. - The Internet Pathology Laboratory
for Medical Education. This electronic laboratory includes over 1800 archived
images demonstrating gross and microscopic pathologic findings associated
with human disease states.
a Skin Biopsy? Evan R. Farmer, MD Department of Dermatology
Indiana University School of Medicine 550 N University Blvd, UH 3240
Indianapolis, IN 46202 (e-mail: email@example.com) Arch Dermatol.Vol.
136 No. 6, June 2000
Why Must Dermatologists
Understand Dermatopathology?Hülya TUFAN M.D., Gönül
ERGENEKON M.D., Arpi TIRPANCI M.D. Beyoðlu Hastanesi Dermatoloji Kliniði.
``Dermatological diagnosis depends on both the clinical and histopathological
findings. This report deals with the problems of the clinician and the
pathologist in the final diagnosis and discusses if these can be overwhelmed.``