Immunohistochemistry in the Diagnosis of Cutaneous Viral Infections—Part I. Cutaneous Viral Infections by Herpesviruses and Papillomaviruses
Follicular Malignant Melanoma
Hydroa Vacciniforme–Like Lymphoma With Primarily Periorbital Swelling
An Unusual Infiltrative Basal Cell Carcinoma With Osteoclastic Stromal Changes Mimicking Carcinosarcoma
Congenital Melanocytic Nevus
Immunohistochemical Expression of Sperm-Associated Antigen 9 in Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer
Comparison of the Expression of Vimentin and Actin in Spitz Nevi and Spitzoid Malignant Melanomas
An Asymptomatic Nodule on the Arm of a 46-Year-Old Man
Inflammatory Complications Related to Tattooing
Identifying Toll-like Receptor Expression in Cutaneous Sarcoidosis
Transformation of Sézary Syndrome Into CD30+ Anaplastic Large T-Cell Lymphoma After Alemtuzumab Therapy With Evidence of Clonal Unity
When Biopsy Alone Is Not Enough for the Diagnosis
Drug-Induced Pseudo-Sezary Syndrome
An Asymptomatic Nodule on the Arm of a 46-Year-Old Man
Extranodal Rosai–Dorfman Disease in the Scrotum of a 13-Month Male
Lichen Planopilaris With Foreign-Body Granuloma
Rare Presentation of Secondary Cutaneous Involvement by Splenic Marginal Zone Lymphoma
A Deep Penetrating Facial Congenital Melanocytic Tumor With Bone Involvement and Ipsilateral Eye Blindness
A Primary Systemic ALCL Present Initially as Cutaneous Localized Skin Lesions