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Amanda Oakley, NZ DermNet NZ

Dermatology Made Easy

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Prekės kodas: 9781907904820
Autorius: 
Amanda Oakley, NZ DermNet NZ
ISBN: 
9781907904820
Leidykla: 
Scion Publishing Ltd
Išleista: 
2017
Knygos kalba: 
Anglų
Formatas: 
A6
Viršelis: 
Celofanuotas
Svoris: 1,115 kg
Matmenys: 244 mm × 25 mm × 172 mm

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A concise overview of the common dermatological conditions most likely to present in general medicine From reviews: "... a perfect solution to the constant struggle that dermatology diagnosis presents to primary care physicians and other providers... This well-formatted book covers a vast array of topics ranging from common to rare skin disorders. The pictures are immensely helpful in the understanding of various skin rashes...." Fam Med 2019;51(5):451-452. "... easy to read and informative. One cannot emphasise enough the quality and comprehensive nature of the photographic content.... As someone who was interested in dermatology even as a medical student my only regret is that this book was not around when I was a student as it would have very adequately guided me into my beloved subspecialty." Ulster Med J 2017;86(3):1-1. "The introduction outlines dermatological conditions by symptom, morphology and body site, providing an excellent index prior to delving into greater detail in the following chapters. The logical approach and level of detail make this text perfect for medical students, interns/residents, primary care physicians and other specialists who wish to quickly identify differential diagnoses or refresh their knowledge of dermatological conditions." A Lecturer in Dermatology Dermatology Made Easy is based on the hugely popular DermNet New Zealand website and is designed to help GPs, medical students and dermatologists diagnose skin conditions with confidence. The book starts by providing a series of comprehensive tables, complete with over 500 thumbnail photos, to aid diagnosis according to symptoms, morphology, or body site. Once you have narrowed down the diagnosis, cross-references then guide you to more detailed descriptions, and another 700 photographs, covering: common infections inflammatory rashes non-inflammatory conditions skin lesions Every section provides consistent information on the disorder: who gets it and what causes it? what are the clinical features and does it cause any complications? how do you diagnose it? how do you treat it and how long does it take to resolve? The book concludes with a comprehensive section on further investigations and treatment options. Dermatology Made Easy combines the essential focus of the Made Easy book series with the authority and knowledge base of DermNet New Zealand's unparalleled resources. Printed in full colour throughout

About the author vii
Preface viii
Acknowledgements ix
Abbreviations x
Terminology xi
Chapter 1 Differential diagnosis
1 (88)
1.1 Introduction
2 (1)
1.2 By symptoms
3 (16)
1.2.1 Fever and a rash -- acute presentation of an unwell patient
3 (6)
1.2.2 Itchy skin
9 (6)
1.2.3 Painful skin conditions
15 (4)
1.3 By morphology
19 (28)
1.3.1 Introduction
19 (1)
1.3.2 Blistering diseases
19 (5)
1.3.3 Macules and patches
24 (8)
1.3.4 Papules and plaques
32 (7)
1.3.5 Purpura
39 (1)
1.3.6 Pustules
40 (3)
1.3.7 Scaly rashes
43 (4)
1.4 By body site
47 (42)
1.4.1 Arms
47 (2)
1.4.2 Ear
49 (1)
1.4.3 Eyelid
50 (1)
1.4.4 Face
51 (6)
1.4.5 Flexures
57 (2)
1.4.6 Genitalia
59 (3)
1.4.7 Hands and feet
62 (3)
1.4.8 Legs
65 (5)
1.4.9 Lips
70 (2)
1.4.10 Nails
72 (5)
1.4.11 Oral mucosa
77 (2)
1.4.12 Scalp
79 (5)
1.4.13 Trunk
84 (5)
Chapter 2 Infections
89 (52)
2.1 Bacteria
90 (8)
2.1.1 Common bacterial skin infections
90 (1)
2.1.2 Erysipelas and cellulitis
91 (2)
2.1.3 Folliculitis and furunculosis -- bacterial
93 (1)
2.1.4 Impetigo
94 (4)
2.2 Fungi
98 (11)
2.2.1 Fungal infections
98 (1)
2.2.2 Candida infections
98 (2)
2.2.3 Dermatophyte skin infections: tinea
100 (3)
2.2.4 Fungal nail infections
103 (2)
2.2.5 Malassezia infections
105 (2)
2.2.6 Paronychia
107 (2)
2.3 Viruses
109 (23)
2.3.1 General viral infections
109 (2)
2.3.2 Anogenital warts
111 (3)
2.3.3 Exanthems
114 (4)
2.3.4 Herpes simplex
118 (3)
2.3.5 Herpes zoster
121 (3)
2.3.6 Infantile papular acrodermatitis
124 (1)
2.3.7 Molluscum contagiosum
125 (2)
2.3.8 Pityriasis rosea
127 (2)
2.3.9 Viral warts
129 (3)
2.4 Arthropods
132 (9)
2.4.1 Arthropod bites and stings
132 (3)
2.4.2 Head lice
135 (2)
2.4.3 Scabies
137 (4)
Chapter 3 Inflammatory rashes
141 (130)
3.1 Acne
142 (3)
3.2 Bullous pemphigoid
145 (3)
3.3 Chilblains
148 (2)
3.4 Cutaneous lupus erythematosus
150 (6)
3.5 Drug eruptions
156 (15)
3.5.1 General
156 (4)
3.5.2 Drug hypersensitivity syndrome
160 (3)
3.5.3 Morbilliform drug eruption
163 (2)
3.5.4 Stevens-Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis
165 (6)
3.6 Eczema/dermatitis
171 (30)
3.6.1 General
171 (2)
3.6.2 Asteatotic eczema
173 (2)
3.6.3 Atopic eczema
175 (5)
3.6.4 Contact eczema
180 (3)
3.6.5 Discoid eczema
183 (1)
3.6.6 Disseminated secondary eczema
184 (2)
3.6.7 Hand dermatitis
186 (4)
3.6.8 Lichen simplex
190 (1)
3.6.9 Nappy rash
191 (2)
3.6.10 Pityriasis alba
193 (2)
3.6.11 Pompholyx
195 (1)
3.6.12 Seborrhoeic eczema
196 (2)
3.6.13 Venous eczema
198 (3)
3.7 Erythema multiforme
201 (3)
3.8 Erythroderma
204 (5)
3.9 Granuloma annulare
209 (3)
3.10 Hidradenitis Suppurativa
212 (3)
3.11 Lichen planus
215 (5)
3.12 Lichen sclerosus
220 (4)
3.13 Mouth ulcers
224 (5)
3.14 Panniculitis
229 (3)
3.15 Periorificial dermatitis
232 (2)
3.16 Photosensitivity
234 (5)
3.17 Polymorphic light eruption
239 (3)
3.18 Pruritis vulvae/vulval itch
242 (5)
3.19 Psoriasis
247 (8)
3.19.1 Psoriasis -- general
247 (5)
3.19.2 Nail psoriasis
252 (3)
3.20 Rosacea
255 (3)
3.21 Transient acantholytic dermatosis
258 (2)
3.22 Urticaria
260 (6)
3.23 Vasculitis: cutaneous
266 (5)
Chapter 4 Non-inflammatory conditions
271 (36)
4.1 Alopecia areata
272 (4)
4.2 Dry skin
276 (3)
4.3 Excessive hair
279 (3)
4.4 Hair loss
282 (8)
4.5 Hyperhidrosis
290 (3)
4.6 Keratosis pilaris
293 (2)
4.7 Melasma
295 (3)
4.8 Pigmentation disorders
298 (3)
4.9 Post-inflammatory pigmentation
301 (2)
4.10 Vitiligo
303 (4)
Chapter 5 Skin lesions
307 (54)
5.1 Actinic cheilitis
308 (6)
5.3 Ageing skin
314 (4)
5.4 Basal cell carcinoma
318 (5)
5.5 Cysts
323 (5)
5.6 Dermatofibroma
328 (2)
5.7 Intraepidermal squamous cell carcinoma
330 (3)
5.8 Lentigo
333 (3)
5.9 Melanoma
336 (6)
5.10 Moles
342 (7)
5.11 Seborrhoeic keratoses
349 (4)
5.12 Squamous cell carcinoma -- cutaneous
353 (3)
5.13 Vascular lesions
356 (5)
Chapter 6 Investigations and treatments
361 (46)
6.1 Dermatological investigations: general
362 (2)
6.2 Skin biopsy
364 (2)
6.3 Interpreting dermatopathology reports
366 (8)
6.4 Treatments: introduction
374 (1)
6.5 Topical formulations
375 (2)
6.6 Emollients and moisturisers
377 (1)
6.7 Topical steroids
378 (3)
6.8 Other topical drugs
381 (3)
6.9 Tetracyclines
384 (2)
6.10 Systemic steroids
386 (4)
6.11 Other oral drugs
390 (2)
6.12 Methotrexate, azathioprine, ciclosporin monitoring
392 (3)
6.13 Isotretinoin
395 (5)
6.14 Physical treatments
400 (5)
6.15 Role of surgery in skin disease
405 (2)
Index 407

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