194 books (10 pages) in this category
by Morris-Jones, Rachael
<P>A 23-year-old African Caribbean woman presents in the emergency department with an acute onset facial rash. During initial assessment she complains of a two week history of general malaise, fatigue, fever, and weight loss. You have been ...eBook
by Orit Markowitz
Dermoscopy has revolutionized the evaluation of pigmented lesions, but pattern recognition alone isn’t always sufficient to make a diagnosis. A Practical Guide to Dermoscopy helps you use Dr. Orit Markowitz’s unique, “color wheel” approach to ...eBook
by Kenneth Kee
<p>A skin polyp is a growth on the surface of the skin.</p><p>The skin polyps can be raised on a stalk (pendulated) or flat (sessile).</p><p>Most skin polyps are benign, which means they are not cancerous.</p><p>Besides skin polyps, there are ...eBook
by Baran, Robert
Like its predecessors, <EM>Text Atlas of Nail Disorders, third edition</EM> is destined to become an invaluable diagnostic tool. The authors comprehensively cover pathologies affecting the toe and finger nails. They profile each pathology, from ...eBook
by Rachael Morris-Jones
<p>With over 450 full colour images, <i>ABC of Dermatology</i> is a practical guide to identification, recognition, treatment and management of common dermatological conditions encountered within primary care, walk-in centres, and the emergency ...eBook
by Paul K. Buxton & Rachael Morris-Jones
With over 250 full colour illustrations the new 5th edition of the bestselling <i>ABC</i> <i>of Dermatology</i> covers the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions for the non-dermatologist. It sets out the main types of clinical change that ...eBook
Causes and Practical Management
by F. William Danby
<p><b>Learn to accurately diagnose, prevent and treat all three acnes using both traditional and novel approaches to understanding the causes and selecting the most effective treatments.</b> </p> <p>Acne vulgaris is an extremely common ...eBook
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by Joseph Estenson
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by Tosti, Antonella
The visible scarring left permanently on the skin after acne itself subsides often causes considerable distress for the patients concerned. The traditional treatment by dermabrasion has now been supplemented and supplanted by a number of ...eBook
by Shalita, Alan R.
<P>The American Acne and Rosacea Society is dedicated to advancing the science related to acne and rosacea and to enhancing communication between those interested in these diseases. This text is not meant to be a comprehensive treatise on all ...eBook
by Soyer, H.P.
In some respects actinic keratosis is the most common and best-known pathology in dermatology. Being such an ordinary pathology, actinic keratosis gives nevertheless insight into an extraordinary number of important biological and clinical ...eBook
by Goldman, Mitchel P.
Compiled by seasoned experts in the field, this reference provides clear guidance on the basic principles, procedures, and complications involved in advanced dermatologic surgery-offering detailed coverage of filling substances, fat transfer ...eBook
by Carniol, Paul J.
<P>Practitioners of aesthetic medicine and surgery already have a series of textbooks instructing on how to treat the standard patient. Unfortunately, they also have patients who do not conform to the average-those who are of a different age, oreBook
by Ioannides, D.
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 ...eBook
by Sperling, Leonard C
Diagnosing and treating hair disorders is still a subject that is rarely or only superficially covered in residency training. Hence, dermatopathologists and clinical dermatologists often find a gap in their knowledge. A new edition of an ...eBook
by Rogler, G.
The introduction of anti-tumour necrosis factor (TNF) antibodies into the treatment of patients with IBD about fifteen years ago has dramatically improved the quality of life for patients with severe Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. But ...eBook
Practical Differential Diagnosis by Clinicopathologic Pattern
by Gunter Burg, Werner Kempf, Heinz Kutzner & others
<p>Improve your dermatological diagnostic accuracy.<br /><br /></p> <p>The most efficient method in the diagnosis of skin diseases is the combined validation of clinical and histopathological features. The results of biopsy investigation in ...eBook
by Tadini, Gianluca
<P>Diagnosing a genetic skin disease can sometimes be a difficult task for a dermatologist. This is especially true for genodermatoses<I>-</I>generally considered rare diseases seldom seen by practicing clinicians. As a result, professionals ...eBook
by Luc Thomas, Robert Baran, David A. R. de Berker & others
<p><b>The Scientific and Clinical Encyclopedia of the Nail</b></p> <p>The human nail provides a complex structure that supports fine manipulation of objects while protecting the extremities. Diseases of the nail disrupt this function. They can ...eBook
by Steve Desai
<p data-version="1.1">A description of my battle with acne, the results of my using benzoyl peroxide and comparing that to the results that I saw in using apple cider vinegar instead. <br/><br/>The extent to which each did or did not dry my skineBook