Arlene J. Herzberg

Arlene J. Herzberg

Department Of Dermatology, Hospital Of The University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.s.a.

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Arlene J Herzberg has direct influence:

acne keloidalis
dna ploidy
image cytometry
ectocervical smear
thoracic aorta
chronologic aging
endocardial fibroelastosis

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Arlene J Herzberg has influence:

paracentric inversion
autosomal dominant osteosclerosis
copper vapor laser
familial spinal canal stenosis
giant tumor cells
infiltrating angiolipoma
epidermal tumours

Prominent publications by Arlene J. Herzberg

KOL-Index: 20 We describe a 2 1/2-year-old boy who has hirsutism and ringed creases of the extremities associated with an underlying smooth muscle hamartoma. Cutaneous findings in this child resemble those in other reports of the "Michelin tire syndrome." Histologic examination showed numerous well-demarcated fascicles of smooth muscle cells randomly distributed at all levels of the reticular dermis with ...
Known for
Dna Markers | Identical Paracentric Inversions | Child Anomalies | Histologic Examination
KOL-Index: 16 Histologic studies examining chronologic aging in skin have been confined to white skin. In the present study, we examined the features of sun-protected black skin from individuals 6 weeks to 75 years of age with light and electron microscopy. With age, the dermoepidermal junction became flattened with multiple zones of basal lamina and anchoring fibril reduplication. Microfibrils in the ...
Known for
Melanocytes Age | Features Aging
KOL-Index: 14 BACKGROUND: Several cutaneous tumors are characteristically associated with considerable and sometimes incapacitating pain. OBJECTIVE: A review of the histologic features of these tumors, subjective characteristics of the pain, hypotheses proposed to explain the mechanism of pain production by the tumor, and treatments that have been effective in abolishing or relieving the patient's ...
KOL-Index: 13 The distinction between the keratoacanthoma (KA) and the squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) can sometimes be difficult on the basis of histologic and clinical criteria. The possible diagnostic significance of DNA ploidy initiated the present study evaluating the DNA ploidy in paraffin-embedded tissue sections of 7 KA and 15 SCC, and fresh frozen tissue touch preparations of 15 of the same cases ...
Known for
7 Ka | Considerable Overlap | 16 22 | Image Paraffin
KOL-Index: 13 BACKGROUND: A variant of basal cell carcinoma (BCC) with scattered large, pleomorphic cells has previously been reported as "basal cell epithelioma with giant tumor cells" and "basal cell carcinoma with monster cells." OBJECTIVE: Our purpose was to describe the clinical, histologic, and DNA ploidy findings in BCCs with these cytologic features. METHODS: Nineteen pleomorphic BCCs from 15 ...
Known for
20 Months | Carcinoma Basal | Nineteen Pleomorphic Bccs | Giant Tumor
KOL-Index: 13 Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis is a rare cutaneous disorder characterized by recurrent cyclic eruptions during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. We describe a woman with postpartum onset of a papulovesicular eruption. The possibility of autoimmune progesterone dermatitis was raised because of the cyclic nature of the outbreak. A reactive intradermal progesterone test confirmed the ...
Known for
Dermatitis Autoimmune | Rare Cutaneous Disorder | Reactive Intradermal Progesterone Test | Recurrent Cyclic Eruptions
KOL-Index: 12 We report a family with the Buschke-Ollendorff syndrome and several unusual features, including one individual with congenital spinal stenosis and another with hearing loss, probably due to otosclerosis. Other reported abnormalities associated with this syndrome, including otosclerosis, are reviewed.
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Congenital Spinal | Ollendorff Syndrome | Unusual Features
KOL-Index: 10 BACKGROUND: Review of the literature reveals that malignant spiradenomas are rare and may be fatal, and typically manifest as rapid enlargement in long-standing spiradenomas. OBJECTIVE: The present tumor was removed 2 months after it was first noted by the patient. A case of what we believe is the earliest stage of malignant transformation within spiradenoma is reported. METHODS: Case report ...
Known for
Tumor Increased | Stage Malignant | Spiradenomas | Spiradenoma Literature
KOL-Index: 10 Acne keloidalis is a chronic scarring folliculitis located on the posterior neck of young black men. It is manifest clinically by follicular papules that coalesce into firm plaques and nodules. Examination of early lesions shows that inflammation begins at the deep infundibular and isthmic levels of the hair follicle and is accompanied by absence of sebaceous glands. The etiology of acne ...
Known for
Deep Infundibular Isthmic | Successful Surgical Therapy | Keloidalis Acne | Chronic Scarring Folliculitis
KOL-Index: 10
Known for
Fine-Needle Aspiration Cytology

Department of Dermatology, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

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