Cutaneous Adnexal Tumors
Dmitry Kazakov, Michal Michal, Denisa Kacerovská, Phillip H. McKee
In 2013, one of the most prestigious and largest US publishers, Wolters Kluwer / Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, has published a book of Czech authors (D.V. Kazakov, M. Michal, D. Kacerovská) in cooperation with the Anglo-American pathologist (PH McKee).
This publication has 814 pages, contains over 2,000 high-quality color histological and clinical photographs, and 3012 citations.
The material, from which the authors have drawn, comes from tumor register of Šikl Institute of University Hospital and Medical Faculty in Pilsen, from the archives of Bioptická laboratoř, s.r.o., and from consultancy cases of authors of the book.
The monograph contains 9 chapters, which include all adnexal tumors of skin, including lesions that can imitate them. For each unit, it discusses the clinical and histopathological presentation, immunohistochemical phenotype, prognosis and differential diagnosis. The last chapter is aimed at hereditary syndromes associated with adnexal skin tumors, including a detailed description of the viscerals and the process of molecular-genetic diagnostic methods of examination.
The book is not only an indispensable tool for pathologists and dermatologists, but thanks to its overlap, it can also be recommended to other specialists, such as gynecologists and internists with a deeper interest in clinicopathological context. The book can be purchased on the
website of the publisher or at other official dealers.