Atlas of Hair and Nails
Maria K. Hordinsky, Marty E. Sawaya, Richard K. Scher
Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 252 pages
Here is today's most comprehensive, user-friendly resource on hair and nail disorders. 415 full-color illustrations pictorially cover a full range of diseases and disorders, from fungal infections and pigment disorders...to hair shaft abnormalities and hirsutism...to tumors of the hair and nails.
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Aging 213 19 Moleculor BCsis of Inherited Hoir CinC
Hoir ond Noil Physiology 3 10 Cicotricidl Alopecids
Hoir ond Noil Histology 9 11 Tumors Of Hoir Cnd Noils
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abnormalities Acad Dermatol adverse experiences affected alopecia areata anagen androgen androgenetic alopecia antibiotics antifungal Arch Dermatol associated autosomal dominant avulsion biopsy caused cells chronic CLINICAL FEATURES color congenital cuticle cyst decreased dermal Dermatology dermis disease distal dystrophic epidermis epithelium excision FIGURE Finasteride fingernails follicular fungal gene genetic hair and nail hair follicle hair growth hair loss hair shaft hirsutism histological hyperkeratosis hyponychium idiopathic increased infection Inheritance involvement itraconazole keratin lateral nail fold layer lesions lichen planus longitudinal lunula melanocytes melanoma melanonychia ment metabolism microscopy minoxidil mutation nail bed nail changes nail disorders nail fold nail matrix nail plate nail unit nevus normal occur onychogryphosis onycholysis onychomycosis oral package insert paronychia Pathology patients periungual pigmentation proximal nail fold pseudopelade psoriasis result root sheath scarring alopecia Scher RK sebaceous skin subungual hyperkeratosis syndrome Table telogen effluvium therapy tion tissue toenails trachyonychia trauma treatment Trichophyton tumors usually vellus