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Large cell acanthoma (LCA), which was first introduced to the dermatologic literature in 1970 and has had no major presentation since then, is not an uncommon lesion. The lesion is a circumscribed hyperkeratotic epidermal growth with the outstanding pathologic feature being large cells. Clinical diagnoses have included several benign and malignant skin(More)
  • H Pinkus
  • 1978
Elastic fiber stain (acid alcoholic orcein) reveals diagnostically significant differences between several types of alopecia of the scalp. A short outline of elastic fiber distribution on the normal hair follicle emphasizes the elastic coat of the follicular isthmus, the sparsity of elastic fibers on the cyclic lower portion of the hair root, and the(More)