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ABC of Dermatology [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781405170659Series: ABC series (Malden, Mass.)Publication details: Chicester : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2009.Edition: 5th edISBN:
  • 9781444312386
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: ABC of DermatologyDDC classification:
  • 616.5
LOC classification:
  • RL74.A23 2009
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Contents:
ABC of Dermatology; Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Psoriasis; Chapter 3: Management of Psoriasis; Chapter 4: Eczema (Dermatitis) Including Management; Chapter 5: Urticaria and Angio-oedema; Chapter 6: Skin and Photosensitivity; Chapter 7: Inflammatory Dermatoses: Drug Rashes; Chapter 8: Inflammatory Dermatoses: Immunobullous and Other Blistering Disorders; Chapter 9: Inflammatory Dermatoses: Connective Tissue Disease, Vasculitis and Related Disorders; Chapter 10: The Skin and Systemic Disease; Chapter 11: Leg Ulcers; Chapter 12: Acne and Rosacea
Chapter 13: Bacterial InfectionsChapter 14: Viral Infections; Chapter 15: HIV and the Skin; Chapter 16: Fungal Infections; Chapter 17: Insect Bites and Infestations; Chapter 18: Tropical Dermatology; Chapter 19: Hair and Scalp; Chapter 20: Diseases of the Nails; Chapter 21: Benign Skin Tumours; Chapter 22: Premalignant and Malignant Skin Tumours; Chapter 23: Practical Procedures; Chapter 24: Lasers, Intense Pulsed Light and Photodynamic Therapy; Chapter 25: Dressings and Bandages; Chapter 26: Formulary; Index
Summary: With over 250 full colour illustrations the new 5th edition of the bestselling ABC of Dermatology covers the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions for the non-dermatologist. It sets out the main types of clinical change that occur in and on the skin, and relates this to specific skin conditions and underlying pathological changes. It then summarises the relevant pathological processes, diagnostic features and learning points. The types of treatment are clearly differentiated - between those suitable for the patient to obtain 'off the shelf', on prescription, and in specialis
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ABC of Dermatology; Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Psoriasis; Chapter 3: Management of Psoriasis; Chapter 4: Eczema (Dermatitis) Including Management; Chapter 5: Urticaria and Angio-oedema; Chapter 6: Skin and Photosensitivity; Chapter 7: Inflammatory Dermatoses: Drug Rashes; Chapter 8: Inflammatory Dermatoses: Immunobullous and Other Blistering Disorders; Chapter 9: Inflammatory Dermatoses: Connective Tissue Disease, Vasculitis and Related Disorders; Chapter 10: The Skin and Systemic Disease; Chapter 11: Leg Ulcers; Chapter 12: Acne and Rosacea

Chapter 13: Bacterial InfectionsChapter 14: Viral Infections; Chapter 15: HIV and the Skin; Chapter 16: Fungal Infections; Chapter 17: Insect Bites and Infestations; Chapter 18: Tropical Dermatology; Chapter 19: Hair and Scalp; Chapter 20: Diseases of the Nails; Chapter 21: Benign Skin Tumours; Chapter 22: Premalignant and Malignant Skin Tumours; Chapter 23: Practical Procedures; Chapter 24: Lasers, Intense Pulsed Light and Photodynamic Therapy; Chapter 25: Dressings and Bandages; Chapter 26: Formulary; Index

With over 250 full colour illustrations the new 5th edition of the bestselling ABC of Dermatology covers the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions for the non-dermatologist. It sets out the main types of clinical change that occur in and on the skin, and relates this to specific skin conditions and underlying pathological changes. It then summarises the relevant pathological processes, diagnostic features and learning points. The types of treatment are clearly differentiated - between those suitable for the patient to obtain 'off the shelf', on prescription, and in specialis