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Tumoren der Haut

  • O. P. Hornstein
  • F. Weidner
Part of the Spezielle pathologische Anatomie book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 7 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Das „integumentale Flächenorgan“ Haut ist wegen seines teils ektodermalen, teils mesodermalen Ursprungs der Sitz einer Fülle von epithelialen und mesenchymalen Tumoren sehr unterschiedlicher Dignität. Da die Epidermis und ihre verschiedenen Adnexe mit dem Bindegewebe der gefäß- und nervenführenden Dermis (Corium, Cutis) und in geringerem Maße auch mit der Hypodermis (Subcutis) strukturell und funktionell eng verbunden sind, prägen sich die geweb- lichen Korrelationen auch in der histomorphologischen Vielfalt der Hauttumoren aus. Die normale funktionstragende „Interaktion“ von Epithel und Mesen- chym ist auch für viele Hauttumoren ein wesentliches formgebendes Prinzip.

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