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The new World Health Organization–European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer classification for cutaneous lymphomas: a practical marriage of two giants
  • D. Slater
  • Medicine
    The British journal of dermatology
  • 1 November 2005
TLDR
A new World Health Organization–European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (WHO–EORTC) classification for primary cutaneous lymphomas has recently been published and provides practical advice on preferred management and treatment regimens and some of these are discussed in this article.
Red tattoo reactions: X‐ray microanalysis and patch‐test studies
TLDR
It is demonstrated that although reactions to mercury still occur, other red dyes containing a variety of inorganic pigments may provoke a cutaneous inflammatory response.
Basal cell carcinoma: a dermatopathological and molecular biological update
TLDR
Current work suggests that the cellular localization of β‐catenin gives a degree of credence to the growth pattern classification of BCC, and it is possible that β‐ catenin may have a pathogenetic role in the invasive behaviour of BCC.
Nucleolar organizer regions in spitz nevi and malignant melanomas
TLDR
The AgNOR method cannot reliably differentiate SN from MM; however, a count of more than 2.0 AgNOR per cell would favor a diagnosis of MM rather than SN.
MALT and SALT: the clue to cutaneous B‐cell lymphoproliferative disease
  • D. Slater
  • Medicine
    The British journal of dermatology
  • 1 October 1994
TLDR
The purpose of this article is to illustrate how primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma (CBCL) mirrors B- cell lymphoma in other extranodai sites, illustrated by gastrointestinal mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT) and its so-called MALT lymphoma.
Giant vascular eccrine spiradenomas: a report of two cases with histology, immunohistology and electron microscopy
Two examples of a variant of benign spiradenoma are reported, both characterized by their large size and high degree of vascularity. The results of studies using light microscopy, transmission
ABNORMAL INTRAPULMONARY PLATELET PRODUCTION: A POSSIBLE CAUSE OF VASCULAR AND LUNG DISEASE
TLDR
It is postulated that platelets are not produced by megakaryocyte budding within the bone marrow but by physical fragmentation in the pulmonary circulation, and several pulmonary pathological states may arise from dysfunction during pulmonary platelet production.
Borrelia burgdorferi‐associated primary cutaneous B‐cell lymphoma
  • D. Slater
  • Biology, Medicine
    Histopathology
  • 1 January 2001
TLDR
Although by no means definitive, the paper adds substantially to the proof required to show that some cases of primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma (CBCL) arise from chronically stimulated lymphoid tissue that has been acquired in the skin in response to B. burgdorferi infection.
Clinicopathological Studies of Gastrointestinal Disease in Macaques
Evaluation of mortality during a two-year period at a primate colony indicated that 34% of nonexperimental deaths in macaques one year of age and older were due to gastrointestinal disease. Of deaths
Proposed Sheffield quantitative criteria in cervical cytology to assist the grading of squamous cell dyskaryosis, as the British Society for Clinical Cytology definitions require amendment
TLDR
The accuracy and reproducibility of the BSCC three‐tier quantitative definitions of squamous cell dyskaryosis were investigated to investigate if they were applicable to liquid‐based cytology (LBC) and to see how they related to the proposed new two‐tier BSCC system.
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