Although many skin lesions are pigmented, Dermatoscopy of Non-pigmented Skin Tumors: Pink - Think - Blink addresses non-pigmented lesions, which may be more difficult to diagnose. It discusses dermatoscopy not only as a reliable tool for diagnosis, but also for the monitoring of treatment outcomes following topical therapy.The clinical diagnosis of

section Section I|1 pages

Technical Aspects

chapter 1|2 pages

Physics of polarized and nonpolarized dermoscopy and digital photography

ByMichael A. Marchetti, Ashfaq A. Marghoob

chapter 2|6 pages

Instrument-dependent criteria

ByAlon Scope, Limor Selinger, Harold S. Rabinovitz

chapter 3|6 pages

Metaphoric and descriptive language in dermoscopy: Lessons from the cognitive sciences

ByJason Giacomel, Iris Zalaudek, Ashfaq A. Marghoob

chapter 4|2 pages

How to perform dermoscopy of non-pigmented skin lesions

ByJürgen Kreusch

section Section II|1 pages

Dermatoscopy of Non-pigmented Lesions

chapter 5|2 pages

How to assess a given non-pigmented lesion

ByIris Zalaudek

chapter 6|2 pages

Clinical assessment

ByIris Zalaudek

chapter 7|2 pages

Vascular morphologies

ByIris Zalaudek

chapter 8|2 pages

Vascular arrangements

ByIris Zalaudek

chapter 9|4 pages

Specific patterns

ByIris Zalaudek

chapter |8 pages

Dermatoscopic clues in non-pigmented lesions

ByCliff Rosendahl, Philipp Tschandl, Harald Kittler

chapter 11|2 pages

The influence of tumor thickness on the vascular morphologies

ByIris Zalaudek, Simonetta Piana, Cesare Massone

section Section III|1 pages

Specific Dermatoscopic Patterns and Their Diagnostic Significance

chapter 12|2 pages

Intradermal nevi (including Unna and Miescher types)

ByRainer Hofmann-Wellenhof

chapter 13|2 pages

Clark nevi in fair skin types

ByJürgen Kreusch

chapter 14|3 pages

Spitz nevi

ByElvira Moscarella

chapter 15|8 pages

Atypical Spitzoid neoplasms (atypical Spitz nevi, atypical Spitz tumors, Spitzoid melanoma): A clinicopathological update

ByGerardo Ferrara, Stefano Cavicchini, Maria Teresa Corradin

chapter 16|2 pages

Nevi in patients with Bap1 germ line mutation, red-hair polymorphism, and albinism

BySusana Puig, Cristina Carrera, Josep Malvehy

chapter 17|6 pages

Amelanotic melanoma

ByIris Zalaudek

chapter 18|4 pages

Hypomelanotic melanoma

ByGiuseppe Argenziano

chapter 19|4 pages

Cutaneous melanoma metastases

ByCristina Carrera, Susana Puig, Josep Malvehy

chapter 20|2 pages

Sebaceous hyperplasia

ByCaterina Longo

chapter 21|4 pages

Seborrheic keratosis

ByJason Giacomel

chapter 22|2 pages


ByPedro Zaballos

chapter 23|4 pages

Angioma, pyogenic granuloma, angiokeratoma

ByElvira Moscarella

chapter 24|4 pages

Benign adnexal lesions

ByPedro Zaballos

chapter 25|6 pages

Basal cell carcinoma

ByJason Giacomel

chapter 26|4 pages

Keratinocyte skin cancer

ByIris Zalaudek

chapter 28|6 pages

Malignant vascular, adnexal, and fibrous tissue tumors

ByAimilios Lallas, Elvira Moscarella

chapter 30|2 pages

Dermoscopy for assessing surgical margins

ByAimilios Lallas

chapter 31|4 pages

Dermoscopy in the treatment decision (surgical vs. topical)

ByZoe Apalla

chapter 32|4 pages

Dermoscopy for treatment monitoring (recurrence vs. clearance)

ByKetty Peris, Maria Concetta Fargnoli

chapter 33|3 pages

Diagnostic clues and management rules

ByIris Zalaudek

chapter 24|3 pages

Confocal microscopy in the diagnosis and management of non-pigmented skin tumors (which, when, and when not)

ByCaterina Longo, Elvira Moscarella, Giovanni Pellacani