Color atlas and synopsis of clinical dermatology: common and serious diseases
McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Division, 2001 - Medical - 1041 pages
"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. 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 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 & 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 & Medicine" at: http://www.books.mcgraw-hill.com/downloads.html or by calling (800) 221-2956, and selecting prompt #3. The publisher regrets any inconvenience this error may cause.
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DISORDERS OF SEBACEOUS AND APOCRINE GLANDS
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acute Age of Onset areas associated aureus basal cell carcinoma biopsy blistering blood brown bullae bullous cancer chronic clinical color confluent COURSE AND PROGNOSIS crusts cutaneous cyst dermatitis Dermatopathology dermis DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS disease disorder dose drug dysplastic eczema edema EPIDEMIOLOGY Age epidermis erosions eruption erythema Etiology EXAMINATION Skin Lesions excision exposure females fever Figure glucocorticoids hair hemorrhagic HISTORY hyperkeratosis infection infiltrate inflammatory involvement keratosis LABORATORY EXAMINATIONS Dermatopathology lentigo maligna lentigo maligna melanoma lesions macules males malignant melanoma MANAGEMENT melanin melanocytes melanocytic nevus months Mucous Membranes multiple nail necrosis necrotic nevi nevomelanocytic nevus nodular nodular melanoma nodules occur oral pain panniculitis papules PATHOGENESIS patients pemphigus photosensitivity PHYSICAL EXAMINATION Skin pigmentation plaques porphyria pruritus psoriasis purpura PUVA rarely reaction scalp scarring skin phototypes solar subcutaneous superficial Symptoms syndrome systemic therapy tion tissue topical treatment trunk tumor ulcers urticaria usually vascular vasculitis vesicles vitiligo vulgaris