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Disorders of the Skin

 

  1. Neoplasms and proliferations of the skin
    1. Adnexal neoplasms and proliferations
      1. Apocrine neoplasms
      2. Eccrine neoplasms
      3. Follicular neoplasms
        1. Basaloid follicular neoplasm
          1. Basal cell carcinoma
            1. Infundibulocytic basal cell carcinoma type
            2. Nodular basal cell carcinoma type
            3. Superficial basal cell carcinoma type
          2. Cylindroma type
          3. Other Varients
          4. Pilomatrixoma type
          5. Spiradenoma type
          6. Trichoblastoma type
          7. Trichoepithelioma type
          8. Trichofolliculoma type
      4. Mixed tumor
      5. Other adnexal neoplasms
      6. Sebaceous neoplasms and hyperplasias
        1. Sebaceous adenoma
        2. Sebaceous carcinoma
        3. Sebaceous hyperplasia
    2. Benign mesenchymal neoplasms
      1. Fibroma
      2. Granular cell tumor
      3. Hemangioma
      4. Hibernoma
      5. Lipoma
      6. Myxoma
      7. Neurofibroma
      8. Schwannoma
    3. Cutaneous tumors of hematompoetic origin
      1. Cutaneous lymphomas
        1. B-cell lymphomas
        2. Other lymphomas
        3. T-Cell lymphomas
      2. Histiocytic neoplasms
        1. Benign histiocytic neoplasms
        2. Malignant histiocytic neoplasms
      3. Mast cell neoplasms
        1. Mastocytoma
      4. Other cutaneous neoplasms
      5. Plasma cell neoplasms and proliferations
        1. Benign plasma cell proliferations
        2. Malignant plasmacytoma
    4. Melanocytic neoplasms and proliferations
      1. Benign melanocytic neoplasms
        1. Melanocytoma
      2. Malignant melanocytic neoplasms
        1. Melanoma
          1. Epithelioid
          2. Other
          3. Spindle and epithelioid
          4. Spindle-cell
        2. Metastatic melanoma
      3. Melanocytic neoplasms of uncertain malignant potential
      4. Melanocytic proliferative disorders
        1. Compound melanocytic hyperplasia
        2. Dermal melanocytic hyperplasia
        3. Junctional melanocytic hyperplasia
    5. Sarcomas of the skin and subcutis
      1. Fibrosarcoma
      2. Hemangiosarcoma
      3. Leiomyosarcoma
      4. Liposarcoma
      5. Lymphangiosarcoma
      6. Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor
        1. Malignant schwannoma
      7. Malignant spindle cell neoplasm, unclassified
      8. Rhabdomyosarcoma
    6. Squamous neoplasms and proliferations
      1. Benign basal cell tumor
        1. Basal cell adenoma
      2. Benign squamous neoplasms
        1. Papilloma
      3. Malignant basal cell tumor
      4. Squamous cell carcinoma
        1. Moderately-differentiated squamous cell carcinoma
        2. Poorly-differentiated squamous cell carcinoma
          1. Spindle-cell squamous carcinoma
        3. Well-differentiated squamous cell carcinoma
      5. Squamous cell carcinoms in situ
      6. Squamous proliferative disorders
        1. Squamous hyperplasia
        2. Squamous hyperplasia with atypia
  2. Non-neoplastic disorders of the skin
    1. Disorders of the hair follicle
      1. Follicular cyst
    2. Disorders of the pigmentation
    3. Disorders of the squamous epithelium