Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology
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|Format:||Paperback, 1061 pages, 4th Revised edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 February 2001|
"Should serve as a standard against which all future atlases will be measured." - "New England Journal of Medicine", on a previous edition. This trusted, best selling color atlas presents a wide array of skin conditions, from the most common to life-threatening melanoma and HIV/AIDS. It retains its easy-to-use format that depicts each disease entity, then thoroughly describes the disorder with a brief overview: epidemiology and etiology; history; physical exam; differential diagnosis; laboratory findings; diagnosis; and management. Now it features dozens of new and improved illustrations, current management strategies, an updated two-color design, and case reports where appropriate. Unsurpassed for its low price, extensive use of superb color illustrations, and ease of use by health care professionals at all levels. "Erratum Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, Fourth Edition Portions of the Index" have incorrect page numbers. A corrected copy of the entire index may be found under "Healthcare and Medicine".
Table of Contents
Part I: DISORDERS PRESENTING IN THE SKIN AND MUCOUS MEMBRANES. Section 1. DISORDERS OF SEBACEOUS AND APOCRINE GLANDS. Section 2. ECZEMA DERMATITIS. Section 3. PSORIASIS AND ICHTHYOSIFORM DERMATOSES. Section 4. BULLOUS DISEASES. Section 5. MISCELLANEOUS INFLAMMATORY DISORDERS. Section 6. ERYTHRODERMA AND RASHES IN THE ACUTELY ILL PATIENT. Section 7. BENIGN NEOPLASMS AND HYPERPLASIAS. Section 8. PHOTOSENSITIVITY AND PHOTOINDUCED DISORDERS. Section 9. PRECANCEROUS LESIONS AND CUTANEOUS CARCINOMAS. Section 10. MELANOMA PRECURSORS AND PRIMARY CUTANEOUS MELANOMA. Section 11. PIGMENTARY DISORDERS. Part II: DERMATOLOGY AND INTERNAL MEDICINE. Section 12. SKIN SIGNS OF IMMUNE, AUTOIMMUNE, AND RHEUMATIC DISEASES. Section 13. GENETIC, METABOLIC, ENDOCRINE, AND NUTRITIONAL DISEASES. Section 14. SKIN SIGNS OF VASCULAR INSUFFICIENCY. Section 15. SKIN SIGNS OF SYSTEMIC CANCERS. Section 16. SKIN SIGNS OF HEMATOLOGIC DISORDERS. Section 17. CUTANEOUS LYMPHOMAS AND SARCOMA. Section 18. ADVERSE CUTANEOUS DRUG REACTIONS. Section 19. DISORDERS OF PSYCHIATRIC ETIOLOGY. Part III: DISEASES DUE TO MICROBIAL AGENTS. Section 20. BACTERIAL INFECTIONS INVOLVING THE SKIN. Section 21. FUNGAL INFECTIONS OF THE SKIN AND HAIR. Section 22. RICKETTSIAL INFECTIONS. Section 23. VIRAL INFECTIONS INVOLVING THE SKIN AND MUCOSA. Section 24. INSECT BITES AND INFESTATIONS. Section 25. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES. Section 26. MUCOCUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS DISEASE. Part IV: SKIN SIGNS OF HAIR, NAIL, AND MUCOSAL DISORDERS. Section 27. DISORDERS OF HAIR FOLLICLES, AND RELATED DISORDERS Section 28. DISORDERS OF THE NAIL APPARATUS. Section 29. DISORDERS OF OROPHARYNX. Section 30. DISORDERS OF THE GENITALIA, PERINEUM, AND ANUS. Appendices: A: TYPES OF SKIN lESIONS. B: SPECIAL CLINICAL AND LABORATORY AIDS TO DERMATOLOGIC DIAGNOSIS. C: INFECTIOUS DISEASES WITH DERMATOLOGIC MANIFESTATIONS LISTED BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA.
About the Author
Thomas Fitzpatrick, MD, Professor of Dermatology, Chairman Emeritus, Department of Dermatology, Harvard Medical School; Chief Emeritus, Dermatology Service, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA is still an active clinician and investigator. Richard Suurmond, MD, is Professor Emeritus and Chairman, Department of Dermatology, University Hospital, Leiden, The Netherlands.
|Publisher: ||McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.|
|Dimensions: ||22.0 x 22.0 x 3.0 centimeters (1.44 kg)|