Atlas of Women's Dermatology: From Infancy to Maturity

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CRC Press, Jan 13, 2006 - Medical - 134 pages
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Proving again that a picture is worth a thousand words, Atlas of Women's Dermatology: From Infancy to Maturity is an encyclopedia in pictorial format. The book illustrates diseases and conditions that demonstrate the very different morphology between the sexes. It includes clinical entities that help complete a section or because the lack of gender difference makes the clinical presentation significant. The chapters are organized by anatomical topography, and each includes 10-15 color photographs with concise captions, and a reference list. The second section is based on physiologic changes found from infancy to maturity, and a third section covers cosmetic procedures and camouflage methods.
 

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Contents

Diseases of Skin StructureNonHeriditary
29
4 Disorders of the sebaceous apocrine and eccrine glands
31
5 Disorders of the nails
37
6 Disorders of the hair and the scalp
43
Other diseases
53
7 Papulosquamous diseases
55
8 Diseases of pigment changes
74
9 Vesicular and bullous diseases
82
16 Bacterial and mycobacterial diseases
150
17 Rickettsial diseases
162
18 Viral diseases
164
19 Superficial and deep fungal diseases
170
20 Parasitic diseases
182
21 Sexually transmitted disease and AIDS
189
Topographic dermatology
201
22 Diseases of the breast
203

10 Connective tissue diseases
92
11 Vascular diseases
100
12 Cutaneous tumors
108
13 Cutaneous manifestations of systemic diseases
130
14 Drug eruptions
136
15 Psychodermatology
142
23 Oral lesions
211
24 Perineal and perianal diseases
219
Diseases and conditions of pregnancy
230
26 Pregnancyrelated diseases and conditions
232
Index
239
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Lawrence Charles Parish, MD, MD (hon), is Clinical Professor of Dermatology and Cutaneous Biology and Director of the Jefferson Center for International Dermatology, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr Parish is also a Visiting Professor of Dermatology at Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana.

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