Kenneth S Resnik

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BACKGROUND Congenital leukemia cutis is rarely reported in the dermatology literature despite various authors citing 50% of infants with congenital leukemia have skin involvement. These seemingly disparate facts prompted a review of the world literature that was performed by searching the MEDLINE database from 1966 up to and through December 1992, reviewing(More)
When cytomegalovirus (CMV) involves the skin, viral inclusions are typically present within mesenchymal cells, e.g., endothelial cells, fibrocytes, and sometimes within inflammatory cells, e.g., macrophages, in contrast to infection in other organs in which inclusions are usually present within ductal epithelial cells. Two cases of cutaneous CMV are(More)
Histology of a nevus comedonicus showed aggregates of dilated follicular cysts reminiscent of dilated pore of Winer. This finding has not been previously reported. We propose the term dilated pore nevus for this lesion, which we conceive to be a histologic variant of nevus comedonicus, similar to porokeratotic eccrine ostial and dermal duct nevus.
In the course of daily sign-out, the diagnoses within a histopathologist's armamentarium are limited by the scope of the histopathologist's knowledge, that is, one cannot diagnose what one does not know. The subject of homogeneous intravascular eosinophilic deposits is used to illustrate this point. A histopathologist unaware that a tick bite reaction can(More)