Resident Rounds Part II: Useful Immunohistochemical Stains for Differentiating Various Skin Conditions
May 2014 | Volume 13 | Issue 5 | Feature | 613 | Copyright © 2014
Jaimie B. Glick MD and Ravneet Ruby Kaur MD
Department of Dermatology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY
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Immunohistochemical stains can be used to help determine the differentiation of cells in various skin lesions. We have grouped some of the more common immunohistochemical stains in a manner that may facilitate comparison among disease entities.