You are viewing a javascript disabled version of the site. Please enable JavaScript for this site to function properly.
Go to headerGo to navigationGo to searchGo to contentsGo to footer

Searching for just a few words should be enough to get started. If you need to make more complex queries, use the tips below to guide you.

Boolean operators
This OR that
This AND that
This NOT that
Must include "This" and "That"
This That
Must not include "That"
This -That
"This" is optional
This +That
Exact phrase "This That"
"This That"
(this AND that) OR (that AND other)

Wildcard searches using asterisks can be used: "pseu* cand*" will identify "pseudomembranous candidosis".

Go to chapter navigation
Figure c58/f001
Figure 58.1
Semi‐thin tissue section showing amyloid deposition in the papillary dermis. Extensive amyloid deposits are visible as light‐blue precipitates within ...
Figure c58/f005
Figure 58.5
Lichenoid primary localized cutaneous amyloidosis on the ankle of a male patient. (From Schreml et al . 2010 [ ]. Reproduced with permission of John...
Figure c58/f009
Figure 58.9
Primary systemic amyloidosis with cutaneous involvement showing prominent periorbital bleeding following coughing. (Courtesy of St John's Institute o...
Figure c58/f013
Figure 58.13
Haemorrhagic bulla in primary systemic amyloidosis. (Courtesy of St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, UK.)
Figure c58/f002
Figure 58.2
Nodular or tumefactive cutaneous amyloidosis. Amorphous masses of eosinophilic amyloid are present in the entire dermis.
Figure c58/f006
Figure 58.6
Macular primary localized cutaneous amyloidosis. (a) Macular cutaneous amyloidosis on the chest. (From Schreml et al. 2010 [ ]. Reproduced with permi...
Figure c58/f010
Figure 58.10
Plasmacytoma‐associated systemic amyloidosis with cutaneous involvement: (a) in the submammary region and (b) in the inguinal region.
Figure c58/f014
Figure 58.14
Nail dystrophy in a patient with primary systemic amyloidosis. (Courtesy of St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, UK.)
Figure c58/f003
Figure 58.3
Thioflavin staining of primary localized cutaneous amyloidosis viewed under fluorescence microscopy to show the bright yellow to green staining of aml...
Figure c58/f007
Figure 58.7
Nodular (tumefactive) primary localized cutaneous amyloidosis: (a) on the side of the nose (courtesy of St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, U...
Figure c58/f011
Figure 58.11
Systemic amyloidosis with mucocutaneous involvement showing nodular amyloid infiltrates in the lower lip.
Figure c58/f015
Figure 58.15
Treatment options for primary localized cutaneous amyloidosis (PLCA). DMSO, dimethyl sulfoxide; PUVA, psoralen and long‐wave UVA radiation; UV, ultrav...
Figure c58/f004
Figure 58.4
Electron microscopy of amyloid. (a) Fibrillary extracellular amyloid deposition next to collagen fibres. Bar 500 nm. (b) Amyloid fibrils (thickness 7....
Figure c58/f008
Figure 58.8
Familial primary localized cutaneous amyloidosis showing lichenification and tiny dome‐shaped papules on the ventral ankle. (From Schreml et al . 201...
Figure c58/f012
Figure 58.12
Macroglossia in a patient with primary systemic amyloidosis. (Courtesy of St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, UK.)