demonstrated interface changes and a perivascular and periadnexal infiltrate involving the superficial and deep dermis (A) in association with irregular papillomatous epidermal hyperplasia (B).
those who had a prior cervical punch biopsy
In certain circumstances a punch biopsy
may be preferable to a core biopsy.
Diagnosis of DH was established in all patients from the classic histologic and immunopathologic skin features of punch biopsy
samples of noninvolved skin.
The skin samples were obtained by punch biopsy
and mRNA extracted and analysed using Affymetrix gene chips containing transcripts from the entire human genome, including known and as yet unidentified sequences.
The remaining skin in the area was extremely friable and could not be closed after a 4-mm punch biopsy
A punch biopsy
is used to obtain deeper samples of skin using an instrument that looks like a cookie cutter.
It has been shown that punch biopsy
does not reduce the occurrence of negative Lletz, and may be unreliable.
A punch biopsy
from lesions on the forearms revealed prominent edema on the upper dermis and intense cellular infiltration, and predominantly lymphocytes, polymorphonuclear neutrophils and leucocytoclasis on the perivascular areas.
Through computer modeling, the simulation emulates various lesion and skin thicknesses, and it includes a haptic device that provides the tactile sensation of sampling the skin with a punch biopsy
When she was 19, cold punch biopsy
specimens were obtained under cystoscopic guidance and the histopathological report indicated chronic cystitis and focal intestinal metaplasia.
She underwent punch biopsy
of two of the nodules, and histologic examination confirmed the initial diagnosis of ALHE.