Tumours of Skin Appendages

@inproceedings{Calonje2016TumoursOS,
  title={Tumours of Skin Appendages},
  author={Eduardo Calonje},
  year={2016}
}
This chapter on cutaneous appendageal tumours covers the spectrum of lesions displaying eccrine, apocrine, sebaceous and follicular differentiation. It includes cysts, hamartomas and benign and malignant tumours. Traditionally, appendageal tumours have been classified according to rigid criteria separating lesions with eccrine, apocrine, sebaceous and follicular differentiation. This separation is clearly artificial and it is now acknowledged that lesions regarded as strictly eccrine may well… CONTINUE READING

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