Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology: Common and Serious Diseases
"Should serve as a standard against which all future atlases will be measured."--New England Journal of Medicine, on a previous edition. This trusted, best selling color atlas presents a wide array of skin conditions, from the most common to life-threatening melanoma and HIV/AIDS. Retains its easy-to-use format that depicts each disease entity, then thoroughly describes the disorder with a brief overview: epidemiology and etiology; history; physical exam; differential diagnosis; laboratory findings; diagnosis; and management. Now features dozens of new and improved illustrations, current management strategies, an updated two-color design, and case reports where appropriate. Unsurpassed for its low price, extensive use of superb color illustrations, and ease of use by health care professionals at all levels.
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Scleroderma is a multisystem disorder characterized by inflammatory, vascular,
and sclerotic changes of the skin and various internal organs, especially the
lungs, heart, and GI Synonyms: Progressive systemic sclerosis, systemic
MUCOCUTANEOUS SIGNS OF SYSTEMIC CANCERS Mucocutaneous findings
may suggest systemic cancers in several ways: associations of heritable
mucocutaneous disorders with systemic cancers; by action at a distance, i.e., ...
Mastocytosis is associated with an abnormal accumulation of mast cells in the
skin and at various systemic sites, which, because of pharmacologically active
substances, is manifested clinically by local cutaneous and systemic symptoms.
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DISORDERS OF SEBACEOUS AND APOCRINE GLANDS
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