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  1. 1. Man is the maker of himself. You are the stone,You are the chisel, and You are the sculpture.! www.akshardham.com
  2. 2. Theinvestment you make in yourselfmust receive Top Priority. When you GROW your entire world Expands... when you do not grow your whole world starts to become Very Small...that smallness reflects in all areas of life including your income." Bob Proctor Author and Personal Coach
  3. 3. Pathology of Skin (SSS MD3020) Dr.Shashi dhar Venkatesh Murthy Associate Professor & Head ofPathology
  4. 4. DERMATOLOGY
  5. 5. Learning Objectives:
    • Knowledge:
      • Anatomy, Histology, Physiology
      • Pathology of Major disorders *
      • Etiology, pathogenesis, Morphology.
    • Skills:
      • Recognise common diseases*
      • Clinical/Gross & Microscopy.
    Pathology ofCommon Skin Diseases
  6. 6. Sessions & Details:
    • Pathology:
    • Inflammatory, Blistering & Neoplastic diseases.
    • Clinical, Gross & Microscopy
    • Synthesis:
    • Review
    • Quiz
    • Q & A
    Session 3
    • Introduction:
    • Review Histology.
    • Histopathology
    • Diseases - Overview & Classification.
    Session 2 Session 1
  7. 7. Dermatopathology:
    • Pathology isScientific Study of Disease
      • What, when, who, how etc of a disease.
      • Understanding disease
    • Study of Pathology:
      • What caused disease?Etiology
      • How it caused?Pathogenesis
      • What changes? Morphology
        • Gross & Microscopy
      • Clinical significance Pathologic basis .
    • Laboratory tests:
      • Biopsy, Cytology, Markers, Molecular, genetic
  8. 8. Exam Question: 2006 MB3
    • 19 year old female presented with recurrent lesions since 6 years(Image-1). The lesions seems to flare up during winter months and responds partially to topical steroid ointment.
  9. 9. Exam Question: 2006 MB3
    • Describe the appearance of the lesion shown in the image? [2]
    • Bilateral large Pinkish plaques covered with white silvery scales.
    • What is the most likely diagnosis? [1]
    • Psoriasis
    • Briefly describe Koebner Phenomenon ? [2]
    • Koebner phenomenon means the development of isomorphic psoriatic lesions immediately subsequent to, and at the site of, a cutaneous injury;
    • What is Auspitz sign what is its significance? [2]
    • Removal of the scales results in small pinpoint bleeding because of increased vascularity under focal areas of epidermal thinning. This feature occurs only in psoriasis and is known as Auspitzs sign.
  10. 10. Exam Question: 2006 MB3
    • Look at the Microscopy picture from her lesion (Image-2). Identify any 4 histopathological features shown. [2]
      • Hyperkeratosis
      • Parakeratosis
      • Regular elongation of the rete ridges
      • Diminished granular layer
      • Tortuous papillary dermal bloodvessels
      • Inflammatory cells in the superficial dermis.
    • You are prescribing a medication for her, what type of base would be suitable for her and why? [2]
      • Water soluble Cream base with keratolytic agent such as urea, for hydration and goodpenetration as the lesion is dry & scaly.
  11. 11. "The will to win is important,but the will to prepare is vital ." - Joe Paterno
  12. 12. Quick Review Skin Under Microscope Anatomy, Histology & Physiology
  13. 13. Normal Skin:
  14. 14. Normal skin:
  15. 15. Hairy skin Pubic Hair
  16. 16. Thick Skin: Prominent granular layer
  17. 17. Melanocytes:
  18. 18. What is the function of this organ?
    • Fine touch sensation
    • Pressure sensation
    • Pain sensation
    • Sweat production
    • Temperature control
    ?
  19. 19. What is the function of this cell?
    • Antigen Processing
    • Multiplication
    • Melanin production
    • Melanin storage
    • Osmotic barrier
    ?
  20. 20. What is the function of this cell?
    • Antigen Processing
    • Temperature control
    • Melanin production
    • Immune Defence
    • Wound Healing
    ?
  21. 21. What is the type of lesion?
    • Macule
    • Papule
    • Plaque
    • Nodule
    • Pustule
    • Wheal (hive)
    • Scales
    • Crust
    • Erosion/Ulcer
    ?
  22. 22. What is the function of this?
    • Fine touch sensation
    • Pressure sensation
    • Lubrication
    • Sweat production
    • Temperature control
    ?
  23. 23. What is the function of this?
    • Fine touch sensation
    • Pressure sensation
    • Lubrication
    • Immunity & defence
    • Temperature control
    ?
  24. 24. What is the type of lesion?
    • Macule
    • Papule
    • Plaque
    • Nodule
    • Pustule
    • Wheal (hive)
    • Scales
    • Crust
    • Erosion/Ulcer
  25. 25. What is the type of lesion?
    • Macule
    • Papule
    • Plaque
    • Nodule
    • Pustule
    • Wheal (hive)
    • Scales
    • Crust
    • Erosion/Ulcer
    ?
  26. 26. What is the type of lesion?
    • Macule
    • Papule
    • Plaque
    • Nodule
    • Pustule
    • Wheal (hive)
    • Scales
    • Crust
    • Erosion/Ulcer
  27. 27. What is the function of this cell?
    • Antigen Processing
    • Multiplication
    • Melanin production
    • Melanin storage
    • Protection
    ?
  28. 28. What is the type of lesion?
    • Macule
    • Papule
    • Plaque
    • Nodule
    • Pustule
    • Wheal (hive)
    • Scales
    • Crust
    • Erosion/Ulcer
  29. 29. What is the function of this?
    • Fine touch sensation
    • Pressure sensation
    • Pain sensation
    • Sweat production
    • Temperature control
    ?
  30. 30. What is the type of lesion?
    • Macule
    • Papule
    • Plaque
    • Nodule
    • Pustule
    • Wheal (hive)
    • Scales
    • Crust
    • Erosion/Ulcer
  31. 31. What is the type of lesion?
    • Macule
    • Papule
    • Plaque
    • Nodule
    • Pustule
    • Wheal (hive)
    • Scales
    • Crust
    • Erosion/Ulcer
  32. 32. What is the type of lesion?* Multiple correct answers
    • Macule
    • Papule
    • Plaque
    • Nodule
    • Pustule
    • Wheal (hive)
    • Scales
    • Crust
    • Erosion/Ulcer
  33. 33. If you fail toplan , you plan tofail .
  34. 34. Skin PathologyPart 1 - Introduction (SSS - MD3020) Dr. Shashidhar Venkatesh Murthy Associate Professor & Head ofPathology
  35. 35. CommonHistopathological Terms: Complex!!but we will discuss common & important ones
  36. 36. Hyperkeratosis
    • hyperplasia of the stratum corneum
    • Psoariasis, eczema.
  37. 37. PARAKERATOSIS
    • Keratinization pattern characterized by retention of nuclei in the stratum corneum (this is normal on mucous membranes)
  38. 38. ACANTHOSIS
    • epidermal hyperplasia
    • Eczema, psoriasis
  39. 39. Acanthosis:
    • Psoriasiform (regular)
    • Irregular
    • Papillated
    • Pseudoepitheliomatous/pseudocarcinomatous
  40. 40. Acanthosis +hyperkeratosis: Viral wart: Molluscum contagiosum
  41. 41. Papillomatosis
    • hyperplasia of the papillary dermis
    • Neoplastic-verrucous ca, venous stasis, viral infections etc..
  42. 42. Dyskeratosis
    • Abnormal keratinization carcinoma.
  43. 43. Acantholysis
    • loss of intercellular connections
    • Pemphigus
  44. 44. Spongiosis
    • Intercellular edema in the epidermis
    • Eczema, pempigus, seborrheic dermatitis.
  45. 45. Fascination is one stepbeyond interest.Interested people want to knowif it works .Fascinated people,want to learnhow it works -- Jim Rohn
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