Adnextumoren mit Haarfollikeldifferenzierung

  • S. Kaddu
  • H.-P. Soyer
  • H. Kerl

Zusammenfassung

Adnextumoren mit follikulärer Differenzierung sind eine heterogene Gruppe von relativ seltenen kutanen Adnextumoren, die wegen der großen Variabilität von morphologischen Merkmalen eine besondere diagnostische Herausforderung darstellen. Die Terminologie dieser Hauttumoren ist komplex und bislang uneinheitlich. In den vergangenen Jahren hat sich durch die Beschreibung neuer Kriterien die Genauigkeit der histopathologischen Diagnostik sprunghaft verbessert, und dadurch wurde eine exaktere Klassifikation dieser Tumoren initiiert (Tabelle 29.1). Die derzeit weitläufig akzeptierte Klassifikation wurde von Ackerman und Mitarbeiten kürzlich vorgestellt. Die Dignität follikulärer Adnextumoren wird vorwiegend durch architektonische Merkmale (z. B. Symmetrie, Begrenzung, Vorhandensein neuraler Invasion) bestimmt, während die genauere Differenzierung in Bezug auf das Vorliegen spezifischer Komponenten des Haarfollikels die Zuordnung zu den verschiedenen Entitäten ermöglicht.

Synonym

sklerosierendes epitheliales Hamartom perifollikuläres Fibrom angeborenes Vellushaarhamartom Naevus acneiformis unilateralis Naevus follicularis keratosus Naevus sebaceus Jadassohn organoider Nävus Pilomatricom Epithelioma calcificans Malherbe Epithelioma adenoides cysticum Brooke Trichilemmom Matrixkarzinom 

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  • H.-P. Soyer
  • H. Kerl

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