SKIBO-diseases: Disorders Affecting the Skin and Bones: a Clinical, Dermatologic, and Radiologic Synopsis
Numerous diseases in the areas of orthopaedics, rheumatology, and radiology can only be completely diagnosed if the corresponding conditions of the skin and mucous membranes are included in the diagnostic work-up (skin-bone). Conversely, dermatologic assessment of skin symptoms in isolation may lead to serious delays and errors in the diagnosis and treatment of associated changes in the musculoskeletal system. This monograph gives an interdisciplinary synopsis, from a dermatologic and clinical radiologic perspective, of 85 disease entities which in practice are likley to present. For orientation purposes the main dermatologic and radiologic symptoms are presented in table form at the beginning of the book.
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abnormalities acne acro-osteolysis affected ankylosing ankylosing spondylitis appear areas associated atrophy bone formation calcifications calcinosis cancellous bone cartilage cause cell chronic Clinical Features collagen diseases congenital cortex cortical cutaneous cysts defects deformity Dermatol dermatologic dermatologic features destruction differential diagnosis disorders drome dysplasia epiphyses erosive erythema fingers foci Freyschmidt Goltz-Gorlin syndrome granuloma hands and feet hemangiomas hypertrophic infection infiltration inflammatory involvement joints leprosy lesions manifestations melorheostosis metaphyses multiple nails necrosis neurofibromatosis nodules nonspecific occur ossification osteo osteoarthropathy osteolytic osteopoikilosis osteoporosis pain palmoplantar papules patchy patients pattern periarticular periosteal new bone polyarthritis polychondritis Progressive systemic sclerosis Proteus syndrome psoriasis psoriatic arthritis radiographic Radiology rare reactive arthritis Reiter's syndrome rheumatic rheumatoid arthritis Roentgen signs sacroiliitis sarcoidosis scleroderma sclerotic seronegative skeletal changes Skeletal Radiol skin lesions soft-tissue spine spondylarthritis spondylitis spondyloarthropathy stage subcutaneous swelling symptoms syphilis thritis tion tissue trophic tubular bones tumors typical ulcerative usually Werner's syndrome