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SUB TRACK Dermatopathology, microscope, anatomic distributions, skin diseases, pathology, diagnostic interpretation, Dermatopathologists, anatomic pathology, wrinkles, squamous cell carcinoma, cancers, rashes, actinic keratosis, pathology laboratories, cutaneous eruptions, malignant melanoma, skin biopsy, genital herpes, malignant cancers, diseases, pathological, microscopic, clinicopathological, diagnosis, inflammatory, skin diseases, epidermis, dermis, subcutis, fascia
Dermatopathology is a collaborative specialisation of dermatology and pathology, sometimes known as surgical pathology,that focuses on the microscopic and molecular investigation of cutaneous diseases. Practically speaking, dermatopathology comprises the microscopic examination, description, and interpretation of skin biopsy specimens.
Dermatopathologists are essential to the diagnosing process even if they do not treat diseases. They need the same amount of education and training as other doctors as a result. To work in the extremely specialised field of dermatopathology, they must complete an additional year of specialised training.
Before being licenced to practise, dermatopathologists must complete a rigorous and specialised training programme. There are two ways to become specialised. The first option is receiving dermatology training before spending an additional year in school to become a dermatopathologist. Alternately, you could train for a year as a fellowship after beginning as a pathologist. After completing the fellowship, you can become a dermatopathologist by passing a board exam.
Dermatopathologists are experts in identifying skin disorders based on how they behave and how they present themselves. Different methods may be used by dermatopathologists to assess a biopsy.
Dermatopathology deals with the molecular analysis of various skin disorders, frequently under a microscope. A dermatopathologist’s job is to determine the most fundamental root causes of diverse skin disorders. These specialists, some of whom have dermatology training, collaborate closely with clinical dermatologists.
Important role of Dermatopathology in skin diseases
Many tropical skin illnesses are diagnosed in part thanks to dermatopathology. Leishmaniasis, tropical helminth illnesses, TB, leprosy, and deep fungal infections are specifically mentioned. Additionally, dermatopathology is crucial for the differential diagnosis of non-infectious inflammatory illnesses in people with pigmented skin, as doing so may be more difficult than when such diseases are detected in people with Caucasian skin.
Surgery in Dermatopathology
Cryosurgery, laser surgery, chemical surgery, cold steel surgery, aspiration surgery, and other surgical methods that are crucial to helping patients with ageing skin, skin conditions, and skin cancer fall under the umbrella speciality of dermatologic surgery.
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