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Caption: Figure 1: Hematoxylin and eosin stained skin biopsy showing epidermis and dermis with periadnexal and interstitial inflammatory cell infiltrate (red arrows), magnification = 5 x.
4,10,13 This could be explained by the increasing tendency of our astute clinical colleagues to treat infectious diseases on clinical grounds without resorting to a skin biopsy.
Skin biopsy is frequently reported as consistent with leukocytoclastic vasculitis.
The patient's skin biopsy findings (in particular, the alternating orthokeratosis/parakeratosis) were also supportive of the diagnosis and helpful to exclude other potential causes of erythroderma (described below).
Histopatholoqy of Skin Biopsy of Erythroderma Cases Histopathology Sl.
Evaluation of real-time and conventional PCR targeting complex 85 genes for detection of Mycobacterium leprae DNA in skin biopsy samples from patients diagnosed with leprosy.
Dermatopathologists' concerns and challenges with clinical information in the skin biopsy requisition form: a mixed-methods study.
To explore pathogenicity to humans, we used molecular techniques targeting Coxiella-like bacteria to retrospectively analyze skin biopsy samples and ticks collected from patients with eschars.
All patients who have already received treatment for leprosy, patients with pure neural leprosy, patient not giving their consent for skin biopsy and patients with lepra reactions were excluded from this study.
You may need a skin biopsy, where a small part of the skin or mole is removed and examined for abnormal cells.
The skin biopsy in both the cases showed non-caseating perivascular and periappendageal granulomas composed of epithelioid cells and lymphocytes in the superficial and mid-dermis [Figure 2(a)].
5) In cases with cutaneous involvement, skin biopsy with histological hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) and silver staining may reveal the organism, although the skin biopsy may not be diagnostic (i.