Practical Problems in Dermatology

Practical Problems in Dermatology

This book is ideal for all dealing with those dermatological conditions most commonly encountered in primary medical care. There is essential information on diagnosis and management and new sections on conditions associated with foreign travel and with bites and infestations.

Dermatology in Clinical Practice

Dermatology in Clinical Practice

Books on dermatology are either focused for medical s- dents or for students of dermatology. A general practitioner sees a lot of skin patients; about 17% of their patients are related to skin disease. We therefore decided to write a book that should meet the needs of a general practitioner. To make the book helpful for the primary care physician, we have focused more on common skin problems and have discussed the diagnosis and treatment of these disorders in depth to help the general practitioner in diagnosing and treating them. The chapter on the management of skin d- eases also gives the details of topical, systemic, and the phy- cal modalities used in treating skin disease. Uncommon skin diseases are only mentioned where required. The chapter on cutaneous manifestations of systemic diseases will help the general practitioner to correlate the cutaneous signs of the common medical problems seen by them. Emphasis is laid on the bacterial, fungal, and parasitic disorders that are pre- lent in tropical countries. We have included the common d- eases of other continents, as the general practitioner especially of developed countries has patients from all over the world. Congenital and hereditary disorders are discussed with the corresponding chapters, which makes it easier for the reader to remember. A number of practical points are included with each subject, and history of dermatology is included where appropriate to make the subject interesting to read.

Eczematous Skin Diseases—Advances in Research and Treatment: 2012 Edition

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Eczematous Skin Diseases—Advances in Research and Treatment: 2012 Edition

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Clinical Dermatology

Clinical Dermatology

Redesigned and heavily revised new edition of a popular and established text. The author has included case-studies, a community perspective, and suggestions for project work to ensure that the text can be used as part of a learning package for the new medical curricula.

Alopecias - Practical Evaluation and Management

Alopecias - Practical Evaluation and Management

Hair is subject to either intrinsic (i.e. physiological) aging or extrinsic (i.e. premature) aging that can be attributed to external factors. The intrinsic factors can be associated with genetic mechanisms and are subject to individual variations, whereas external factors include ultraviolet radiation, air pollution, smoking, and possibly nutrition. Leading experts have contributed to this book which offers a practical approach to the evaluation and management of various forms of alopecia, including their pathogenesis, the diagnostic procedures involved, medical treatments, and nutritional issues. A completely new surgical technique for hair transplantation that leaves behind sufficient follicle unit tissue to regenerate hairs is also described. Being comprehensive and easy-to-read, this book should be very useful for dermatologists who wish to diagnose and treat their patients with hair problems more effectively.

Skin Diseases in Clinical Practice

Skin Diseases in Clinical Practice

This second edition of this clinical resource features more than 470 full color illustrations to help readers identify and treat the skin problems most commonly seen in practice. An alphabetical listing of diseases makes reference easy. Alphabetical listing of diseases with exquisite, abundant four-colour illustrations. Emphasizes clinical signs for the necessary diagnostic classification of symptoms and discussions of therapeutic measures. New chapters on: diseases of the fingernail and toenail and surrounding structures; normalskin changes in the elderly; flea-bites, bug-bites and trombidiosis; recognizing and treating calluses; skin diseases brought back for tropical regions. Practical treatment methods have been updated and expanded. diseases of the finger, toenail and surrounding structures normal skin changes in elderly people flea bites, bug bites, and trombidiosis recognising and treating calluses

Skin Diseases of Exotic Pets

Skin Diseases of Exotic Pets

There is currently a lot of interest within veterinary medicine in both dermatology and exotics, yet, despite this interest, there is no single text available that focuses on both these key areas. This book, for the first time, provides a practical guide to dermatological problems in birds, reptiles, fish and mammals. Divided into the four groups, each section has a chapter introducing the structure and function of the skin of each group, a chapter on examination and diagnostic tests, and further chapters on species specific skin diseases and treatments. Written in a quick reference format and including almost 200 colour photographs, this book is a handy resource for veterinary practitioners, veterinary students and veterinary dermatologists alike.