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Figure 46.1
Patient with urticaria pigmentosa, extensive erythema and telangiectasia resembling telangiectasia macularis eruptive perstans.
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Figure 46.5
Urticaria pigmentosa lesions on the trunk of a child. (Courtesy of St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, UK.)
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Figure 46.9
Telangiectasia macularis eruptive perstans. (Courtesy of St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, UK.)
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Figure 46.13
Algorithm for reviewing adults and children with mastocytosis. ASM, aggressive systemic mastocytosis; BM, bone marrow; CM, cutaneous mastocytosis; FBC...
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Figure 46.2
Schematic diagram of KIT, the receptor for stem cell factor on mast cells.
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Figure 46.6
Urticaria pigmentosa on the thighs of an adult. (Courtesy of St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, UK.)
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Figure 46.10
Pink mastocytoma in an infant. (Courtesy of St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, UK.)
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Figure 46.3
Histopathology of skin lesions. (a) Urticaria pigmentosa in an adult showing mast cell infiltrates predominantly around blood vessels and skin appenda...
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Figure 46.7
Positive Darier's sign in a nodule of urticaria pigmentosa in a young child. (Courtesy of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, UK.)
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Figure 46.11
Diffuse cutaneous mastocytosis on the back.
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Figure 46.4
Bone marrow biopsy from an adult with indolent systemic mastocytosis, H&E, medium power. (a) Focal aggregates of mast cells. (b) Diffuse and spindle‐s...
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Figure 46.8
Wealing is confined to the lesions of urticaria pigmentosa, not the intervening skin at three different pressures of a dermographometer (0, 2, 5).
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Figure 46.12
Algorithm for the assessment of patients with a raised tryptase but no evidence of mastocytosis in the skin (MIS). REMA score, Red Española de Mastoci...