Michael Brandon Morgan

Guest Editor for the following articles:

Mar
2004
Vol. 23. No. 1

Bullous Disorders & Malignant Cutaneous Tumors, Introduction

Michael Brandon Morgan, MD

DESPITE THE STUNNING ACHIEVEMENTS and the promise afforded by all things concerning our genes and their transcribed proteins, such time-honored technologies as histology and the principle of clinico-pathologic correlation endure today in the practice of dermatology as it did nearly 100 years ago.

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Mar
2004
Vol. 23. No. 1

The Intraepidermal Blistering Conditions

Mayra Cassandra, DO | Michael Brandon Morgan, MD

The intraepidermal vesiculobullous disorders constitute a wide variety of pathogenically unrelated disorders that share in common the formation of cleft or bullae formation within the epithelium.

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Mar
2004
Vol. 23. No. 1

Subepidermal Blistering Disorders: A Clinical and Histopathologic Review

Ewa Kolanko, MS | Kelly Bickle, MD | Connie Keehn, MD | L Frank Glass, MD

The subepidermal blistering disorders are comprised of a number of unrelated disorders with a diverse clinical presentation and pathogenic basis that share in common the presence of blister formation beneath the epidermis. Many of the disorders are both debilitating and potentially fatal.

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Mar
2004
Vol. 23. No. 1

The Miscellaneous Blistering Disorders

Michael Brandon Morgan, MD | Thi Tran, DO | Matt Muelenhoff, DO | Sadia Saeed, MD

Historically, the classification of the blistering disorders has been arbitrarily assigned by common clinical features (ie, vesicle, bullae), etiologic factors (ie, infectious, immunologic), or histologic parameters (ie, intraepidermal and subepidermal).

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Mar
2004
Vol. 23. No. 1

The Pustular Disorders

Anne Wilkerson, MD | Bruce Smoller, MD

VESICULOBULLOUS DERMATOSES are a group of disorders resulting in vesicle or bulla formation within the epidermis or within the dermoepidermal junction.

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