Principles of dermatology
This appearance-based guide to dermatology helps clinicians to recognize, diagnose, and treat a full range of dermatologic problems using visual clues. It emphasizes the recognition of primary skin lesions and their clinicopathologic correlations. A logical, algorithmic organization expedites diagnosis*disorders are first divided into "Rashes" and "Growths," and then further subdivided by specific clinical features. Discussions of therapy options following each entry facilitate treatment.
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Principles of Dermatology
Pathogenetic Mechanisms of Skin Disease
Hair and Nails
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Acad Dermatol acne actinic keratoses acute alopecia antibiotics appear Arch Dermatol areas atopic dermatitis bacterial basal cell carcinoma biopsy blister blood vessels bullae cancer candidiasis cause cellulitis chronic clinical collagen color common commonly contact dermatitis Course and Complications crusted cutaneous cyst dermatology dermatophytic dermis Differential Diagnosis disorders drug eruption eczematous dermatitis epidermis erythema multiforme etiology fever Figure follicle frequently fungal infections hair hemangiomas herpes simplex histologic immune impetigo Incidence inflammation inflammatory involvement itching keratin Laboratory and Biopsy lentigo lichen planus lupus erythematosus macules malignant melanoma medication melanocytes mucous membrane nail nevus nodules occurs papules patch Pathogenesis patients Physical Examination pigmented plaques psoriasis purpura pustules rash reaction recurrent result scaling scalp seborrheic dermatitis seborrheic keratosis skin lesions squamous cell carcinoma stratum corneum superficial syndrome syphilis systemic therapy tinea versicolor tissue topical steroids toxic treatment tumor ulcer ultraviolet uncommon usually vasculitis vesicles viral virus vitiligo warts xanthomas