sensitive skin syndrome

golara honari

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sensitive skin is a widely reported condition where there is subjective cutaneous hyper-reactivity to environmental factors. progress has been made in many aspects of the background science that will help clinicians in their management of patients presenting with the condition. this new text sums up the advances in thinking on pathophysiology, classification, methods of investigation, and the different susceptibilities of different types of skin.show more

review of dermatology

ali alikhan

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comprehensive in scope, easy to use, and aligned to the texts you trust, review of dermatology, edited by drs. ali alikhan and thomas l.h. hocker, is a highly effective study tool for your upcoming board or maintenance exam. using a concise, bullet-point format and mnemonic devices throughout, this unique guide ensures rapid and efficient recall of the information you need to know for exam success!show more

soft tissue augmentation procedures in cosmetic dermatology series

jean carruthers

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part of the practical and dynamic procedures in cosmetic dermatology series, soft tissue augmentation, 4th edition, brings you up to speed with today's best uses of traditional and new fillers. this well-organized text provides current, authoritative guidance on new and novel non-permanent fillers, darker skin, platelet-rich plasma, the tower technique, and much more. the renowned author team of drs. alastair and jean carruthers offers evidence-based, procedural how-to's and step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade, so you can successfully incorporate the latest procedures into your practice.show more

fitzpatricks color atlas and synopsis of clinical dermatology eighth edition

klaus wolff

more than 1,000 full-color photographs speed diagnosis of the dermatologic conditions most often encountered in primary care

one of the bestselling dermatology books in the world, this quick-reference clinical guide has virtually defined the field for thousands of physicians, dermatology residents, and medical students for more than three decades. spanning the entire spectrum of skin problems, fitzpatrick’s color atlas and synopsis of clinical dermatology, eighth edition combines laser-precise color images of skin lesions along with an overview of epidemiology and pathophysiology, and detailed information on diagnosis and treatment.

features:

approximately 1083 full-color images, with more than 40% new to this edition
a color-coded 4-part organization facilitates review at a glance and includes helpful icons denoting the incidence and morbidity of the disease
icd-10 codes are included for each disease
thoroughly updated coverage of etiology, pathogenesis, management, and therapy
many images highlight skin disease in different ethnic populations

if you’ve been looking for a unique combination text, clinical reference, and color atlas that spans the entire field of dermatology, and has been trusted by thousands of clinicians and students, your search ends here.

tropical dermatology

steven k. tyring

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in an increasingly global community, the rapid adaptation of microorganisms has facilitated the return of old communicable diseases and the emergence of new ones. tropical dermatology, 2nd edition, provides a practical, highly illustrated approach to the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of tropical skin diseases. in a concise and user-friendly format, it offers authoritative coverage of epidemiology, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, pathology, laboratory tests, management, and prevention for both common and rare conditions.show more

andrews diseases of the skin clinical atlas

william d. james

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designed as both a superior standalone atlas and a pictorial companion to the 12th edition of andrews' disease of the skin, andrews' diseases of the skin clinical atlas provides a remarkable collection of 3,000 high-quality images, resulting in the ultimate visual catalogue for those who see patients with skin conditions. new diseases and rare conditions are represented, along with relevant hair, nail, and mucous membrane findings. concise introductory text for each chapter offers a quick overview and understanding to aid diagnosis.show more

weinbergs color atlas of pediatric dermatology

leonard kristal

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an unsurpassed visual archive of pediatric dermatology — with more than 300 brand-new color images! color atlas of pediatric dermatology contains a collection of more than 900 full-color images that provide invaluable guidance for the diagnosis of both common and rare skin disorders of neonates, infants, and children. for each condition reviewed in the text, one or more clinical photographs are supplied, making differential diagnosis faster, easier, and more accurate. a concise, yet thorough overview of important clinical features, etiology, prognosis, and the most current therapeutic approaches is included for each disorder illustrated. every page reflects the book's magnificent atlas format, with photographs linked to brief text that authoritatively describes the condition illustrated in each image, along with, in most cases, a one-sentence summary of suggested treatment protocols. new treatment modalities are included when applicable, reflecting the very latest clinical findings and treatment guidelines revised and refreshed legends throughout the text to highlight the latest thinking in pediatric dermatology practiceshow more

onychomycosis an illustrated guide to diagnosis and treatment

antonella tosti

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there are an estimated 32 million people with onychomycosis in the united states alone, making it the most common nail disease seen and treated, but also quite misunderstood. with the sole focus of this book devoted to onychomycosis, the reader is provided with insight into the diagnosis and management of this nail infection. onychomycosis includes chapters on how fungus infects the nail unit, the types of nail fungus, diagnosis from a gross and microscopic view, and the various treatment options available. with chapters written by the world's experts along with dozens of high quality color photographs and illustrations, this book is a practical reference guide for every dermatologist, podiatrist, and primary care physician.show more

textbook of aging skin 2016

miranda a. farage

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this comprehensive book presents the latest information on all aspects of the aging skin, including a broad spectrum of the relevant basic science, malignant and non-malignant age-associated diseases and conditions, techniques and methods, toxicological and safety considerations in the elderly, psychological and social issues, ethnicity and gender differences and marketing to the aged. since the first edition the book has been extensively updated and revised, with the inclusion of many additional chapters that describe the most recent advances in scientific, medical and technical understanding of the aging phenomenon. there is, for example, extended coverage of physiology, description of novel bioengineering methods and tools, detailed consideration of developments in genomics research, and information on new ingredients and products. textbook of aging skin is written by global experts and thought leaders and is intended to serve as the single and complete reference on the subject. it will be of value for dermatologists, gerontologists, toxicologists, biologists and a range of other professionals.show more

clinical cases in phototherapy

john koo

this case book will be based on real life scenarios of patient cases which have been encountered over several decades in one of the largest phototherapy centers in the united states. to our knowledge, there has not been anything similar published to date. by presenting various cases and how to manage such cases, we aim to educate dermatology trainees and practicing dermatologist who are trying to familiarize themselves with phototherapy. a recent study has shown that many dermatologists do not know how to administer phototherapy, and most graduating residents do not have adequate teaching and experience with administering phototherapy during their residencies. therefore, the hope is that this book will fill a critical gap in the field of dermatology.

angiogenesis based dermatology

jack l. arbiser

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this book provides a complete overview of all aspects of angiogenesis in dermatology. this is a guide to the principles of angiogenesis that will allow all involved in dermatology from the medical student and nurse practitioner to the experienced dermatologist to apply these principles for the treatment of patients. angiogenesis is a principle that can be used to guide treatment of diseases of any organ system. dermatology may be the first specialty to be guided by the principle of angiogenesis because the lesions are visible and response can be easily monitored. dermatologists already inhibit angiogenesis as part of their treatment of multiple common dermatologic disorders, including acne, warts, and nonmelanoma skin cancer.show more

melasma and vitiligo in brown skin

evangeline b handog

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this book sheds new light on pigmentary disorders in people with brown skin. brown skin encompasses many races and ethnicities. due to migration, people with brown skin are seen almost everywhere in the world. a wide variety of pigmentary disorders exists among this population but the most disturbing and challenging are melasma and vitiligo this book covers these two disorders, among people of brown skin, from the epidemiology to management, in a detailed yet easy-to-read and easy-to-use style.show more

dermatology visual recognition and case reviews

christine j ko

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designed for dermatologists, dermatopathologists, and trainees of all levels, dermatology: visual recognition and case reviews is a brand-new resource that aims to maximize your skill at recognizing diseases by visual presentation. its unique dedication to rich images enhances your learning experience, ability to understand and visualize key concepts, and retention of information, while case reviews offer examples of the framework that can be used when approaching a patient.show more

practical immunodermatology 2017

xing-hua gao

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this book discusses typical skin diseases from an immunological point of view, introducing the latest immunological techniques and practices. it begins with a brief overview of the human immune system, including the basic concepts and principles as well as the general symbols used in immunology. part two describes the human skin as an integral part of the immune system, explaining the immunological roles of major cellular and molecular composites in the skin. part three illustrates typical skin diseases that have immunological involvement (immunodermatological conditions). it describes 40 skin diseases, focusing on immunological causes, pathogenesis, pattern of reaction and treatment choices and responses. the final part discusses advanced immunodiagnostics and immunotherapy in dermatology, providing detailed descriptions of immune techniques for the diagnosis of skin diseases, their principles and background, indications, requirements for sampling, test protocols, interpretation of results and trouble shooting.
this work offers insights into both the systemic immune system and the skin immune system, and integrates the information into discussions of clinical diseases, relevant immune techniques and immunological drugs. presenting the latest advances in clinical immunology, it is an invaluable resource for dermatologists, residents and graduate students in dermatology.show more

therapy in pediatric dermatology management of pediatric skin disease

joyce teng

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this book addresses the need for comprehensive review of therapeutic options that are known to be efficacious in the management of cutaneous diseases in children. it summarizes evidence-based literature on clinical responses among pediatric patients, including age-appropriate management strategies. included is review of the extraordinary developments in understanding of the genetics and pathogenesis of many cutaneous disorders during the past decade, the novel therapeutic options and repurposing of old drugs, and the management of some of the most challenging skin disorders. therapy in pediatric dermatology: management of pediatric skin disease is a succinct, user-friendly, and up-to-date therapeutic dermatologic textbook for physicians who care for children with skin disorders. each skin condition is discussed with investigative and treatment recommendations in mind and provided based on extensive review of the literature. this book will provide unbiased, yet concise, information that is valuable to practitioners who manage pediatric patients in their practices.show more

stress and skin disorders 2017 basic and clinical aspects

katlein fran a

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dermatological conditions are intimately related to stress. stress can affect, reveal or even exacerbate a number of skin disorders, including alopecia, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, pruritus, herpes, lichen planus, rosacea and urticarial. on the other hand, the skin disease itself could induce a secondary stress for the patient, influencing his or her quality of life. there is increasing evidence that stress influences disease processes and contributes to inflammation through the modulating hypothalamicpituitary- adrenal axis – releasing neuropeptides, neurotrophins, lymphokines and other chemical mediators from nerve endings to dermal cells. this is one of the first books published on this topic, focusing more on the basic science aspects of stress in dermatopathology (oxidants, antioxidants, and oxidative injury in dermatopathology, dermatopharmacology, and dermatotoxicology.) most psychodermatology texts adopt a practical approach to identify all types of psychodermatology disorders, focusing on clinical treatment.
this concise title offers a comprehensive and didactic approach to skin diseases caused or exacerbated by stress, as well as covers the immunology, role and effect of stress on skin disease, and quality of life in dermatology. in the current programs of medical residency in dermatology, little is taught about the relationship between stress and skin diseases and this book is an important tool for young dermatologists and psychodermatologists in training.show more

atlas of graft versus host disease 2017 approaches to diagnosis and treatment

jonathan a. cotliar

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this atlas provides trainees and practicing physicians a visual toolkit to help recognize and manage this difficult condition appropriately. this text highlights the clinical variability of gvhd, and arms readers with the diagnostic clues to categorize patients according to the current grading/staging guidelines. furthermore, this atlas offers evidence-based diagnostic and treatment algorithms for physicians to use while at patients' bedsides.show more

therapy for severe psoriasis

jashin j. wu

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a brand-new title in the field of dermatology, therapy for severe psoriasis provides the ultimate coverage of the treatment options available for today's most serious cases, including biologics and oral therapies. it features discussions of the newest drug therapies, recent fda-approved biosimilars, and combination approaches to care, while an overview chapter was designed to aid those new to the field in understanding the nuances of difficult-to-treat subtypes of psoriasis. comprehensive and focused, therapy for severe psoriasis will be a welcome addition to the library of any dermatologist seeking in-depth information on the challenges of this condition.show more

shimizus dermatology

hiroshi shimizu

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shimizu's dermatology, second edition provides practical, didactic, and rapid-reference advice on diagnosis and management of the most common dermatologic conditions. written by one of the world's leading experts, and a best-seller in japan where it was first published, the second edition is cohesive, richly illustrated, attractively presented, and fully revised to reflect the latest in clinical developments. this complete dermatology resource offers: * over 2,000 clinical images to aid rapid and easy diagnosis *100% clinically focused chapters describing the clinical features, classifications, pathogeneses, pathologies, treatments and lab findings of diseases * key points and tips and tricks in every chapter for practical guidance * attractive color presentation throughout, with high-quality clinical images improve your knowledge of skin conditions and their management with this concise, user-friendly, alternative to larger reference books. shimizu's dermatology is ideal for specialists in clinical practice, trainees managing patients at clinics or hospitals or preparing for board exams, and medical students.show more

top 50 dermatology case studies for primary care 2017

danya reich

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this landmark text is dedicated to the conversation had between a primary care physician and a dermatologist that is a true reflection of the way medicine works when these physicians collaborate on the same case. the book uses actual case studies from the authors' offices and provides an accurate and real portrayal of the types of skin conditions primary care physicians encounter. answering questions such as when to treat, how to treat, when to refer, when to biopsy, and when to reassure, this book informs and educates primary care physicians with a dermatologist's perspective. top 50 dermatology case studies for primary care gives the reader an entirely new vantage point from which to view dermatologic cases, and together with one of new york city's top dermatologists, the authors look at the same case, the same patient, and compare what each did or would have done. written for family medicine and internal medicine physicians, residents and providers, top 50 dermatology case studies for primary care proves to be an invaluable resource in their day-to-day practices.show more

fundamentals of ethnic hair 2017 the dermatologists perspective

crystal aguh

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written to address the growing trend of hair loss in ethnic populations, the fundamentals of ethnic hair: a dermatologist's perspective elucidates the science of curly hair, demystifies prevailing hair styling trends, and presents practical advice for minimizing the harmful effects of these hair styling practices. written from a dermatologist's perspective, this textbook seamlessly blends science and practical management. chapters include physical and chemical properties of the hair, thermal and chemical straightening, extensions, razor bumps and special cultural considerations.show more

pruritus 2016

laurent misery

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this book provides a thorough and comprehensive reference in the management of pruritus, designed to be a convenient resource for all physicians confronted with patients suffering from itch. the editors have recruited a board of internationally renowned experts to provide an in-depth analysis of the causes and management of pruritus, including the current concepts in pathophysiology and novel therapeutics. acute and chronic pruritus can represent significant management issues both as a common physiological sensation and as a manifestation of dermatologic and non-dermatologic diseases. all patients suffering from itch know that it is a very awkward sensation. unfortunately, this often significant symptom is frequently considered less severe in comparison with pain. the consequences are that research on this field has been poorer than research on pain and that pruritus is therefore more difficult to treat. pruritus, second edition addresses the new concepts and discoveries that have modified our understanding of this condition. it explains the pathophysiology of itch, describes all causes, and provides guidelines for management and treatment.show more

personalized evolutionary and ecological dermatology 2017

robert a. norman

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this book discusses the exciting potential for dermatology to embrace developments to enhance the profession's valuable pattern recognition, diagnostic, and treatment skills. personalized medicine (pm) and genomics are easily accessible and enable the customization of healthcare using molecular analysis to influence medical decisions, practices, and therapies for the individual patient. the evolution of the skin, and the manner in which dermatological conditions are described and managed, reveals the need to consider many aspects on a personal level. new research data are based on the use of evolutionary medicine and genomics to highlight how we can become more successful at finding the most efficacious types of antibiotic or therapy and dosage for a particular disease or pathogen and build a competitive edge by prevention and risk management against invasive viruses, bacteria, or wrongly administered drugs.
as more is understood about what grows on us and how it all interacts, along with how the introduction of new antibiotics, biologics, and other therapies affect our skin's ecological balance, this book aims to create a heightened sense of the importance and offerings of ecological dermatology.show more

management of ingrowing nails treatment scenarios and practical tips

bertrand richert

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this book discusses all therapeutic options regarding ingrowing toenails, from conservative to surgery. no single technique is promoted, but a rational approach according to the clinical presentation is proposed. the authors have a wide experience in nail surgery and master all published procedures. in this book they offer to the reader an algorithm of the management of ingrowing nails, as there is no "cure-all" procedure.show more

lentigo maligna melanoma challenges in diagnosis and management

klaus busam

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this book provides a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and management of melanoma of the lentigo maligna subtype, specifically. authors from multiple fields provide educational information along with importantly relevant, practical, and insightful details to improve the understanding and management approach to this type of melanoma. the chapters address each aspect of this melanoma ranging from clinical presentation, clinical and pathologic diagnosis, surgical management, nonsurgical options, and followup. there is frequent misunderstanding when diagnosing and managing this type of melanoma due to the clinical, pathologic, and surgical complexities detailed. educational resources truly dedicated to this topic are lacking presently.show more

high risk cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma 2016 a practical guide for patient management

chrysalyne d. schmults

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this book is a cutting-edge resource that provides clinicians with the up-to-date practical knowledge required in order to manage scc patients optimally. it summarizes newly available information relating to the definition of high-risk scc, its pathophysiologic underpinnings, and its management. new prognostic information and staging systems are summarized that enable high-risk tumors to be defined more precisely than ever before. many helpful tips are provided on the practical management of challenging cases, including multiple tumors/field cancerization, high-risk tumors, nodal metastases, and unresectable disease. the authors are all acknowledged experts in the emerging field of high-risk and advanced scc.show more

aquatic dermatology 2016 biotic chemical and physical agents

domenico bonamonte

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this well-illustrated quick reference book, now in its second edition, is a comprehensive guide to the aquatic skin diseases caused by biotic and non-biotic noxae. it will assist the dermatologist in recognizing and treating a host of unfamiliar conditions that are nevertheless steadily increasing in prevalence owing to wider use of the hydrosphere for holiday, sport, and occupational activities throughout the year. beyond the thorough examination of the dermatoses caused by a wide range of organisms such as jellyfish, sea anemones, echinoderms, molluscs, algae, aquatic worms, and fish, attention is drawn to potential systemic reactions, which can be serious or even fatal. in addition, the entire spectrum of wound infections and reactions due to microscopic organisms populating the aquatic environment, e.g., mycobacteria, streptococci, aeromonas, and vibrios, is considered. finally, detailed attention is paid to the many other conditions linked to salt or freshwater contact, including aquagenic urticaria and pruritus, chlorine irritation, contact dermatitis from swimming or diving equipment, surfer's nodules, and chemical conjunctivitis.
aquatic dermatology will be a quick reference to improve knowledge of the aquatic environment and its risks, and a useful tool to clinicians and professionals practicing in coastal and marine areas.show more

antibiotic and antifungal therapies in dermatology 2016

jon hjaltalin olafsson

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this book is an up-to-date practical guide to the treatment of both common and unusual bacterial, fungal, and protozoal skin infections. antibiotics and other treatment options for common skin diseases such as acne, rosacea, erysipelas, and impetigo are extensively discussed, and a thorough update is provided on therapies for fungal infections in the nails, hair, and skin. current treatments for skin symptoms associated with sexually transmitted diseases are also explored in detail. a range of mycobacterial infections are discussed, and a further chapter considers the treatment of protozoal infections, including leishmaniasis, which are often unfamiliar to practitioners in the western world. this handy book, with its helpful graphics and clear lists of symptoms, treatments, and practical tips, will be an ideal quick reference for the busy practitioner.show more

absolute dermatology review mastering clinical conditions on the dermatology recertification exam

hugh morris gloster

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each dermatologist that was board certified after 1992 is required by the american board of dermatology to take a recertification exam every ten years. one of the major components of the exam is to be able to identify clinical photographs of approximately 200 skin diseases, and while there are other components to the test, they vary according to subspecialty. however, everyone is required to identify the images, so several months before the exam, the american board of dermatology releases a list of the skin diseases that will be tested, but does not provide the images or reveal which ones will appear. review of clinical conditions for the dermatology recertification examination provides a thorough, concise review of clinical images of the specific conditions that the reader will be required to recognize during the american board of dermatology recertification test. in addition, concise key clinical features for each image will be provided that will assist the reader in recognizing the clinical images on the examination, enabling them a more efficient way to study for the test without having to look up images online or in a large text book.
written by a board certified dermatologic surgeon who recently took the recertification exam, this book proves indispensable to dermatologists taking the exam or residents who want a quick reference of the clinical appearances of the main conditions generally encountered by a dermatologist.show more

case based inpatient pediatric dermatology 2016

marcia hogeling

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written for pediatric dermatologists, fellows, dermatology residents and medical students rotating in pediatric dermatology, this book covers topics ranging from atopic dermatitis, drug eruptions, neonatal inpatient dermatology, abuse, and skin signs of other systemic diseases. inpatient pediatric dermatology is an emerging subspecialty of pediatric dermatology, yet little has been written for the practicing physician treating these young patients in the hospital. case-based inpatient pediatric dermatology fills that void and uses case-based examples to highlight common and uncommon presentations of dermatologic disease in the hospitalized pediatric patient. complete with useful color illustrations and photographs, this book is the go-to guide for clinicians treating hospitalized pediatric dermatology patients.show more