dyskeratotic

dys·ker·a·tot·ic

(dis'ker-a-tot'ik),
Relating to or characterized by dyskeratosis.

dys·ker·a·tot·ic

(dis-ker'ă-tot'ik)
Relating to or characterized by dyskeratosis.

dyskeratotic

pertaining to or of the nature of dyskeratosis.

dyskeratotic alopecia
deficiency of hair fibers in skin affected by dyskeratosis.
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A histopathologic examination revealed a well-differentiated SCC with an inverted and warty growth pattern, keratinization with keratin pearl and dyskeratotic cells.
2) G III (3) inflammation G IV (1) Groups Dermatological (n) BMT+GVHD+MSC G I: Focal/diffuse vacuolization of basal-layer (1) G II: Subepidermal infiltration of lymphocytes (1) CsA+MTX G I: Focal/diffuse vacuolization of basal layer (3) MSC G I: Focal/diffuse vacuolization of basal layer (3) CsA+MTX+MSC G I: Focal/diffuse vacuolization of basal layer (2) BMT-CONTROL G I: Focal/diffuse vacuolization of basal-layer (4) G II: Spongiose+ dyskeratotic Keratinocyte lymphocytes infiltration (3) G III: Subepidermal separation (1)
The surface part of the squamous papilloma with prominent nuclear dysplasia and the loss of stratification and polarisation in hypercellular squamous epithelium were seen and also the papilloma showed prominent dysplastic figures and dyskeratotic cells.
Stratum corneum thickness and the degree of epidermal dyskeratosis were evaluated by using a four-point scoring system: 0, none; 1, mild; 2, moderate; and 3, severely dyskeratotic or thickened stratum corneum.
Histologically, both Hailey-Hailey disease and Darier's disease have similar features (acantholytic suprabasal keratinocytes); however, Darier's disease also has dyskeratotic keratinocytes.
Suprabasilar clefts with acantholytic and dyskeratotic cells were located adjacent to and extending into the lumen of the cystic cavity; orthokeratosis and parakeratosis were present (Fig.
Also associated with UV irradiation of human skin is the appearance of dyskeratotic keratinocytes, known as sunburn cells, in the superficial layers of the epidermis.
In grade I, there is vacuolization of the basal keratinocytes (Figure 1); in grade II, there are dyskeratotic keratinocytes and basal cell vacuolization; in grade III, there is increased keratinocyte necrosis and focal basal layer clefting; and in grade IV (Figure 2), there is necrosis of the entire epidermis and complete separation from the dermis.
A punch biopsy revealed a slightly thinned epidermis with abundant dyskeratotic cells and vacuolar change along the basal layer.
The Darier-like pattern consists of suprabasal acantholysis of keratinocytes with scattered apoptotic or dyskeratotic cells within various levels of the epidermis (Figure 2).
In contrast to common dyskeratotic cells, which have a dense eosinophilic cytoplasm and mature to parakeratotic cells, pagetoid dyskeratotic cells are pale, show intercellular prickles with the adjacent keratinocytes, and mature to orthokeratotic keratinization.