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Benign (nonmelanotic) epidermal tumors or tumor-like lesions: acquired digital fibrokeratomaclear cell papulosiscutaneous hornfibroepithelial polyphair follicle nevuslarge cell acanthomamelanoacanthomapseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasiaseborrheic keratosisverruca vulgarisverrucous hyperplasia

Cysts: apocrine cystadenomaapocrine hidrocystomabronchogenic cystcystadenomadermoid cystkeratinous cystpigmented follicular cyststeatocystomavellous hair cyst

Adnexal tumors: general

• apocrine glands: generalapocrine mixed tumorapocrine tubular adenomahidradenoma papilliferum

• eccrine sweat glands: acrosyringeal adenomatosisaggressive digital papillary adenomachondroid syringomaclear cell acanthomacutaneous lymphadenomaeccrine acrospiromaeccrine cylindromaeccrine poromaeccrine spiradenomaintraepidermal epitheliomamicrocystic adnexal carcinomamucinous carcinomamyoepitheliomamyoepithelial carcinomapapillary eccrine adenomasweat gland carcinomasyringocystadenoma papilliferumsyringoma / syringomatous carcinoma

• hair follicles: folliculofibromainverted follicular keratosiskeratinous cystkeratoacanthomapilar tumorpilomatrixomatrichilemmomatrichoepitheliomatrichofolliculomawarty dyskeratoma

• sebaceous glands: senile sebaceous hyperplasianevus sebaceus of Jadassohnsebaceous adenomasebaceous carcinoma

Premalignant / in situ: carcinoma in situ-generalactinic keratosisbowenoid papulosisBowenís diseasePagetís disease

Carcinoma (non adnexal): adenoid cystic carcinomaadenoid squamous celladenosquamousbasal celllymphoepithelioma-likeMerkel cellMerkel-stagingmetastaticmucoepidermoidsmall cellspindle squamous cellsquamous cellverrucous carcinomastaging

Lymphoma and related disorders: generalacute lymphoblasticanaplastic large cellangiocentricblastic plasmacytoiddiffuse large B cellfollicularHodgkinHTLV-1intravascularJessnerís lymphocytic infiltration of skinleukemialymphoid hyperplasialymphomatoid papulosisMALTmantle zonemast cell disordersmycosis fungoidesNK/T cellperipheral T cellprimary cutaneous (general)Woringer-Kolopp disease

Vascular tumors: acquired angiomaangiokeratomaangiosarcomabacillary angiomatosisbenign lymphangioendotheliomaglomushemangiomahemangioendotheliomainfantile (benign) hemangioendotheliomaintravascular papillary endothelial hyperplasiaKaposiís sarcomaKimuraís diseaselymphangiomapyogenic granulomareactive angioendotheliomatosisvascular leiomyomaverruga peruana

Other tumors of skin: angiofibromaatypical fibrous histiocytomaatypical fibroxanthomabenign cystic teratomabenign fibrous histiocytoma (superficial)collagenous fibromaconnective tissue nevusdeep benign fibrous histiocytomadermatofibrosarcoma protuberansdermatomyofibromaendometriosisepithelial sheath neuromagranular cell tumorhamartoma of scalphistiocytomainclusion body fibromatosisinflammatory pseudotumorkeloidLangerhans cell histiocytosisleiomyomaleiomyosarcomamalignant fibrous histiocytomamalignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor (MPNST)meningiomameningioma-like tumor of skinmulticentric reticulohistiocytosisneurofibromaneurothekeomapalisaded encapsulated neuromaperineuriomapleomorphic fibromaschwannomasclerosing fibromasinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathystriated muscle hamartomasupernumerary digitxanthomaxanthogranuloma



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AJCC Cancer Staging Manual (7th ed)


Recent Skin-Nonmelanocytic tumor / Dermatopathology books

Cockerell: 2014

Elder: 2012

Elston: 2013

Fruet: 2013

Hosler: 2014

Kazakov: 2012



LeBoit: 2006

Masterpol: 2013

Patterson: 2013

Patterson: 2006

Plaza: 2013

Wick: 2013



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