The clinical appearance of skin cancer manifests itself in different ways, sometimes making it difficult for clinicians to make an accurate diagnosis.
This practical colour atlas presents high quality photographs of skin tumours accompanied by a detailed description of each condition. Beginning with an introduction to skin cancer, each of the following chapters examines different types of tumour including those from keratinocytes and melanocytes, and appendageal, soft tissue, vascular and metastatic skin tumours.
The concise, user-friendly format makes this book an invaluable reference for both trainees and practising dermatologists.
Concise text and colour atlas of skin tumours
Covers different types of tumour
High quality photographs with detailed descriptions
Invaluable for both trainees and practising dermatologists
Iffat Hassan MD Professor and Head, Department of Dermatology, Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Leprosy, Government Medical College, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India Peerzada Sajad Ahmad MD Medical Officer, Jammu and Kashmir Health Services, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India
Introduction Benign Skin Tumors Arising from Keratinocytes Premalignant Skin Tumors Arising from Keratinocytes Malignant Skin Tumors Arising from Keratinocytes Benign Tumors Arising from Melanocytes Malignant Tumors Arising from Melanocytes Appendageal Skin Tumors Soft Tissue Tumors Vascular Tumors Metastatic Skin Tumors