Atlas of Pediatric Cutaneous Biodiversity: Comparative Dermatologic Atlas of Pediatric Skin of All Colors

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 15, 2012 - Medical - 138 pages
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This compact pictorial atlas highlights variations in the appearance of healthy skin, hair, and nails in children of all colors, as well as their appearance when affected by skin diseases. Illustrated using clinical photographs, microscopy and dermoscopy.
 

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Contents

The Appearance of Normal Skin
1
Acneiform Illnesses
11
Nevoid Skin Findings
23
Acquired Pigmentary Alterations
35
Vascular Birthmarks
45
Papulosquamous Disorders
53
Icthyoses and Palmoplantar Keratodermas
61
Eczematous Diseases
69
Dermal Disease
97
Hair Disorders
101
Acquired Tumors of Childhood and Posttraumatic Events
107
Cutaneous Infections
113
Metabolic Syndrome
127
Lymphocytic Illnesses
129
Index
133
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Collagen Vascular DiseasesPhotosensitivity
89

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Dr. Nanette B. Silverberg, M.D., PLLC is a Clinical Professor of Dermatology at the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and is board-certified in dermatology and pediatric dermatology. Dr. Silverberg is the Director of Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology at the St. Luke?s-Roosevelt and Beth Israel Medical Centers in New York City. Dr. Silverberg also serves as Senior Associate Editor of the index medicus journal Cutis and course director of the popular Hot Topics and Current Trends in Pediatric Dermatology.

Dr. Silverberg has been listed in Best Doctors, Super Doctors and Castle Connolly. Among her community outreach efforts, she has served on the Youth Education Committee of the American Academy of Dermatology and as a board member of Vitiligo Support International, non-profit dedicated to the education of vitiligo patients and their loved-ones, for whom she has participated in and hosted support groups and educational forums.

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