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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Vacuolated and dyskeratotic keratinocytes are also typically present within the epidermal invagination.
8] Pre-malignant lesions display features similar to actinic keratosis with prominent atypical dyskeratotic cells.
6,7 In this method, scrapings from the floor of the vesicles are transferred to a glass slide, stained with various dyes, and then examined under the light microscope, that reveals multinucleated giant cells in herpetic infection, acantholytic cells in pemphigus, dyskeratotic acantholytic cells and cocci in bullous impetigo, pseudohyphae in candidiasis and necrotic basal cells in toxic epidermal necrolysis.
The histopathologic hallmark of PNP is a predominant interface reaction pattern, characterized by basal cell vacuolar degeneration, dyskeratotic and necrotic keratinocytes, and lymphocytic inflammation characterized by lymphocytic exocytosis with either as sprinkling of lymphocytes at the basement membrane zone or a band-like infiltrate in the upper dermis.
Subtle clues, such as superficial dyskeratotic keratinocytes in contact dermatitis can be used, but in most circumstances, the diagnosis spongiotic dermatitis" is sufficient information for the clinician to manage the patient.
7) Typical features on cutaneous histology, such as eosinophilic spongiosis and dyskeratotic keratinocytes, can support the diagnosis.
A histopathologic examination revealed a well-differentiated SCC with an inverted and warty growth pattern, keratinization with keratin pearl and dyskeratotic cells.
Bilateral coats retinopathy associated with aplastic anaemia and mild dyskeratotic signs.
Histopathology showed epidermal pseudo-epitheliomatous hyperplasia and dysmaturation with scattered dyskeratotic keratinocytes (Figure 3a).
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)
Insufficient calcium provided to maturing keratinocytes due to inadequate vascular supply (Nocek, 1997) or calcium unavailability due to hypocalcemia may lead to depressed transglutaminase activity and formation of dyskeratotic horn.
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.