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    This book is a concise guide to superficial fungal infections on the skin for dermatologists and GPs. Divided into two sections, the first part of the book discusses normal skin flora (microorganisms that reside on the skin, many of which are bacteria mostly found in the superficial layers of the skin and the upper parts of hair follicles). The second section covers the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of superficial fungal infections. The book serves as a quick reference guide for `on-the spot' diagnosis. Clinical photographs, illustrations and tables further enhance the text. Key points Concise guide to diagnosis and management of superficial fungal infections on the skin In depth discussion on normal skin flora Quick reference guide for `on-the-spot' diagnosis Features clinical photographs, illustrations and tables to assist learning

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    Description:

    Pocket-sized for easy portability and reference, this highly practical, full-color resource provides expert guidance in the diagnosis and treatment of the dermatologic conditions most often seen in everyday practice. Veteran author Dr. Fred F. Ferri, joined by University of Colorado dermatologists James Fitzpatrick, MD and Lori Prok, MD, present this enhanced, updated edition to aid medical students, residents, practicing physicians, and allied health professionals who deal with disorders of the skin.

    Features:

    Devotes a section to practical dermatologic differential diagnosis, providing a quick reference to differential diagnoses of common complaints.

    Covers each topic in a consistent, practical format: General Comments (definition, etiology), Keys to Diagnosis (clinical manifestations, physical examination, diagnostic tests), Differential Diagnosis, Treatment, and Clinical Pearls.

    New To This Edition:

    Contains new, high-quality images in a larger size for superb visual diagnostic guidance.

    Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

    Table Of Contents:

    CHAPTER 1 EVALUATION OF SKIN DISORDERS

    CHAPTER 2 DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS

    CHAPTER 3 DISEASES AND DISORDERS

    Appendix 1 TOPICAL STEROIDS

    Appendix 2: CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF INTERNAL DISEASE

    Appendix 3 : NAIL DISEASES

    Appendix 4: STINGS AND BITES

       

     

     

  • 200.00 lei

    This second edition of the Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology provides practical and accessible advice on how to reach a diagnosis or create a management plan when faced with patients with a range of skin conditions.

    Giving concise and clear guidance on investigation and treatment, this Handbook helps doctors adopt a step-by-step approach at the bedside to make sense of skin problems by analysing clinical signs. Illustrated and in full colour, it covers skin physiology, an overview of common skin conditions, and skin problems commonly seen in a broad range of specialities, from rheumatology to psychiatry, as well as children and the elderly.

    Now comprehensively updated with new clinical pictures, references, and extensively reworked chapters on skin in infancy and childhood, cutaneous reactions to drugs, skin tumours, and rheumatology. This second edition now includes a brand new chapter on skin and genetics, detailing this fast-growing and important area of dermatology, promoting good communication with a patient-centred and practical common-sense approach for trainees in dermatology, junior doctors, GPs, and medical students.

  • 210.00 lei

    Description:

    Dermatology: An Illustrated Colour Text is an ideal resource for today’s medical student, hospital resident, specialty registrar in dermatology or internal medicine, specialist nurse or family doctor. It presents the subject as a series of two page ‘learning units’, each covering important aspects of clinical dermatology.

    These units use an unsurpassed collection of colour clinical photographs of all major dermatological conditions, concise yet comprehensive text and Key Point boxes to aid quick access to information and examination preparation. They incorporate summaries of the essential skin biology and associated basic sciences that underpin clinical practice, as well as advice on established and emerging dermatological treatments. Guidance is also given to dermatological emergencies, and to the most useful online resources for updates and further reference.

    Building on previous success, this seventh edition has been fully revised throughout. The accompanying interactive eBook version completes this superb learning package.

    New and enhanced coverage of key and emerging areas – including biologic therapies, dermoscopy, skin surgery, cosmetic surgery, skin cancer, pigmented skin, male and female genital dermatoses, lymphomas of the skin, paediatric dermatology, psychodermatology, rosacea, benign skin tumours, immunological tests, molecular genetics, connective tissue diseases of the skin and skin procedures

    New line drawings and photographs incorporated throughout to further improve clarity and ensure comprehensive visual coverage of important dermatological conditions

    (Printed book) Includes downloadable eBook version with bonus material – incorporating self-test flashcards and multiple

    Information is presented in easy to access text layouts.

    Highly illustrated with over 400 colour photographs and drawings.

    Summary boxes are included for revision purposes.

    Covers the subject from basic molecular mechanisms through to the principles of medical and surgical treatment

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1. Basic principles

    1.  Microanatomy of the skin

    Introduction

    Epidermis

    Dermis

    Subcutaneous layer

    2.  Derivatives of the skin

    Hair

    Nails

    Sebaceous glands

    Sweat glands

    Other structures in skin

    3.  Physiology of the skin

    Keratinocyte maturation

    Hair growth

    Melanocyte function

    Thermoregulation

    4.  Biochemistry of the skin

    Keratins

    Melanins

    Collagens

    Glycosaminoglycans

    Skin surface secretions

    Subcutaneous fat

    Hormones and the skin

    5.  Inflammation, immunity and the skin

    Microbiome

    Immunologically functional cells in the skin

    Hypersensitivity reactions and the skin

    6.  Molecular genetics and the skin

    The human chromosomes

    Forms of inheritance

    Gene therapy

    7.  Terminology of skin lesions

    Macule (see vitiligo, p. 92)

    Papule (see dermatofibroma, p. 115)

    Nodule (see squamous cell carcinoma, p. 124)

    Bulla (see pemphigoid, p. 96)

    Vesicle (see dermatitis herpetiformis, p. 96)

    Pustule (see acne, p. 80)

    Cyst (see acne, p. 80)

    Wheal (see urticaria, p. 94)

    Plaque (see psoriasis, p. 38)

    Scale (see psoriasis, p. 38)

    Ulcer (see venous leg ulcer, p. 90)

    8.  Taking a history

    Presenting complaint

    Past medical history

    Social and occupational history

    Family history

    Drug history

    9.  Examining the skin

    Distribution of eruption or lesions

    Morphology of individual lesions

    Nails, hair and mucous membranes

    General examination

    Special techniques and assessment of disease morbidity

    10.  Practical clinic procedures

    Diagnostic procedures

    Therapeutic procedures

    11.  Dermoscopy

    Contact dermoscopy

    Polarized dermsocopy

    Dermoscopic examination

    Dermoscopic algorithms

    Technology

    12.  Basics of medical therapy—topical treatments

    Topical therapy

    13.  Basics of medical therapy—systemic medication, other treatments, monitoring and scoring systems

    When to select systemic therapy

    Monitoring prescribed drug treatments

    Other treatments

    Scoring systems for skin diseases

    14.  Epidemiology of skin disease

    Skin disease in the general population

    Skin disease in community and specialized clinics

    Socioeconomic factors

    Geographical factors

    Racial and cultural factors

    Age and sex prevalence of dermatoses

    15.  Body image, the psyche and the skin

    The stress of having skin disease

    Skin disorders of psychogenic origin

    2. Diseases

    Eruptions

    16.  Psoriasis—epidemiology, pathophysiology and presentation

    Epidemiology

    Aetiopathogenesis

    Clinical presentation

    17.  Psoriasis—topical treatment and disease complications

    Planning treatment

    Topical therapy

    When to move on to systemic treatments

    Complications of psoriasis

    18.  Psoriasis—systemic treatments

    Non-biologic systemic therapy

    Biologics

    19.  Eczema—acute, chronic and irritant

    Acute eczema (fig. 19.1)

    Chronic eczema (fig. 19.2)

    Irritant contact dermatitis

    20.  Eczema—allergic contact dermatitis and patch testing

    Definition

    Aetiopathogenesis

    Clinical presentation

    Differential diagnosis

    Management

    Allergen avoidance

    Patch testing

    21.  Eczema—atopic eczema

    Definition

    Aetiopathogenesis

    Clinical presentation

    Differential diagnosis

    Management

    22.  Eczema—other forms

    Seborrhoeic dermatitis

    Hand dermatitis

    Pompholyx eczema (cheiropompholyx)

    Discoid (nummular) eczema

    Venous (stasis) eczema

    Asteatotic eczema (eczema craquelé)

    Other eczemas

    23.  Lichenoid eruptions

    Lichen planus

    Lichen sclerosus

    Lichen nitidus

    Lichen planus-like drug eruption

    24.  Papulosquamous eruptions

    Pityriasis rosea

    Pityriasis (tinea) versicolor

    Reiter’s disease

    Pityriasis lichenoides

    Chronic superficial scaly dermatitis

    Other pityriases

    Secondary syphilis

    25.  Erythroderma

    Clinical presentation

    Management

    26.  Photodermatology

    Photodermatoses—idiopathic

    Photodermatoses—other causes

    Dermatoses improved or worsened by sunlight

    Infections

    27.  Bacterial infection—staphylococcal and streptococcal

    The normal skin microflora

    Staphylococcal infections

    Streptococcal infections

    28.  Other bacterial infections

    Diseases due to commensal overgrowth

    Mycobacterial infections

    Spirochaetal infections

    Further bacterial infections

    29.  Viral infections—warts and other viral infections

    Viral warts

    Other viral infections

    30.  Viral infections—herpes simplex and herpes zoster

    Herpes simplex

    Herpes zoster

    31.  Human immunodeficiency virus disease and immunodeficiency syndromes

    Human immunodeficiency virus disease

    Congenital immune deficiency syndromes

    Skin signs of immunosuppression for organ transplants

    32.  Fungal infections

    Dermatophyte infections

    33.  Yeast infections and related disorders

    Seborrhoeic dermatitis

    Pityriasis (tinea) versicolor

    Candida albicans infection

    34.  Tropical infections and infestations

    Leprosy

    Leishmaniasis

    Larva migrans

    Deep mycoses

    Filariasis

    Onchocerciasis

    35.  Infestations

    Insect bites

    Lice infestation (pediculosis)

    Scabies

    Disorders of specific skin structures

    36.  Sebaceous and sweat glands—acne

    Acne

    37.  Sebaceous and sweat glands—rosacea and other disorders

    Rosacea

    Perioral dermatitis

    Hidradenitis suppurativa

    Hyperhidrosis

    Other disorders of eccrine glands

    38.  Disorders of hair

    Hair loss (alopecia)

    Diffuse non-scarring alopecia

    Localized non-scarring alopecia

    Localized/diffuse scarring alopecia

    Excess hair (hirsutism and hypertrichosis)

    Other disorders

    39.  Disorders of nails

    Congenital disease

    Trauma

    Dermatoses

    Infections

    Systemic disease

    Tumours

    40.  Vascular and lymphatic diseases

    Blood vessel disorders

    Lymphatic disorders

    41.  Leg ulcers

    Venous disease

    Arterial disease

    Diabetic foot ulcers and other causes of leg ulcer

    42.  Pigmentation

    Hypopigmentation

    Hyperpigmentation

    Allergy and autoimmunity

    43.  Urticaria

    Aetiopathogenesis

    Clinical presentation

    Management

    44.  Blistering disorders

    Pemphigus

    Pemphigoid

    Dermatitis herpetiformis

    Linear IgA disease

    45.  Connective tissue diseases—lupus erythematosus and systemic sclerosis

    Lupus erythematosus

    Systemic sclerosis

    Morphoea

    Dermatomyositis

    Other connective tissue diseases

    Idiopathic arthritis including Still’s disease (juvenile and adult-onset) (antinuclear antibodies negative)

    Relapsing polychondritis (antinuclear antibodies negative)

    Sjögren’s syndrome (anti-Ro 70%; anti-La 50%)

    46.  Vasculitis and the reactive erythemas

    Vasculitis

    Erythema multiforme

    Erythema nodosum

    Sweet’s disease

    Graft-versus-host disease

    Internal medicine

    47.  Skin changes in internal conditions

    Skin signs of endocrine and metabolic disease

    Skin signs of nutritional and other internal disorders

    48.  Drug eruptions

    Aetiopathogenesis

    Clinical presentation

    Differential diagnosis

    Management

    49.  Associations with malignancy

    Conditions associated with malignancy

    Conditions occasionally associated with malignancy

    Inherited disorders

    50.  Keratinization and blistering syndromes

    The ichthyoses

    Keratoderma

    Keratosis pilaris

    Darier’s disease

    Flegel’s disease

    Epidermolysis bullosa

    Prenatal diagnosis of inherited disorders

    51.  Neurocutaneous disorders and other syndromes

    Neurofibromatosis

    Tuberous sclerosis complex

    Incontinentia pigmenti

    Xeroderma pigmentosum

    Ehlers–Danlos syndrome

    Pseudoxanthoma elasticum

    The premature ageing syndromes

    Skin tumours

    52.  Benign tumours—epidermal and dermal

    Benign epidermal tumours

    Benign dermal tumours

    53.  Benign tumours—dermal structures and appendages

    Benign tumours of vascular and connective tissue

    Benign tumours of the skin appendages

    54.  Naevi

    Melanocytic naevi

    Epidermal naevi

    Connective tissue naevi

    55.  Skin cancer—premalignant disorders

    Actinic keratoses

    Dysplastic naevi

    56.  Skin cancer—basal cell carcinoma

    Aetiopathogenesis

    Clinical presentation

    Management (see also table 64.1)

    57.  Skin cancer—squamous cell carcinoma

    Bowen’s disease (in situ squamous cell carcinoma)

    Keratoacanthoma

    Squamous cell carcinoma

    58.  Skin cancer—malignant melanoma

    Superficial spreading malignant melanoma

    Lentigo malignant melanoma

    Acral lentiginous malignant melanoma

    Nodular malignant melanoma

    59.  Cutaneous T-cell lymphomas, B-cell lymphomas and malignant dermal tumours

    Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (mycosis fungoides)

    Lymphomatoid papulosis

    Primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma

    Primary skin tumours of dermal origin

    Cutaneous metastatic deposits

    60.  Ageing and photoageing of the skin

    Signs of photoageing

    Stages of photoageing

    Management of photoageing

    3. Special topics in dermatology

    61.  Biologics—their use in skin disease

    General principles

    Side effects of biologics

    Monitoring during treatment

    Psoriasis

    Use of biologics in other skin diseases

    62.  Phototherapy

    The sun’s radiation spectrum

    Effects of light on normal skin

    Treatments

    Prophylaxis of photodermatoses

    Sunbeds

    63.  Basic dermatological surgery

    Instruments and methods

    Basic surgical techniques

    Other surgical techniques

    64.  Advanced dermatological surgery

    Simple plastic repairs

    Skin flaps

    Skin grafts

    Mohs’ micrographic surgery

    Anticoagulants and skin surgery

    Antiplatelet agents and skin surgery

    Lasers and intense pulsed light

    Photodynamic therapy

    65.  Cosmetics and cosmetic procedures

    The range of cosmetics and their usage

    Reactions to cosmetics

    Cosmetic procedures

    66.  Paediatric dermatology—childhood eczemas and other dermatoses

    Childhood eczemas and related disorders

    Other childhood dermatoses

    67.  Paediatric dermatology—vascular naevi and dermatoses of the newborn

    Vascular tumours

    Vascular malformations

    Cutaneous disorders of the newborn

    68.  The skin in old age

    Intrinsic ageing of the skin

    Dermatoses in the elderly

    69.  The skin in pregnancy

    The skin during pregnancy

    Dermatoses in pregnancy

    70.  Genitourinary infections

    Syphilis (lues)

    Gonorrhoea

    Other genitourinary infections

    71.  Female genital dermatoses

    Normal variants of vulval anatomy

    Benign dermatoses

    Infections

    Neoplasia

    Genital ulceration and trauma

    Pain syndromes

    72.  Male genital dermatoses and perianal skin diseases

    Normal variants

    Benign dermatoses

    Infections

    Neoplasia

    Genital ulceration and lymphedema

    Pain syndromes

    Perianal skin diseases

    73.  Skin disease in people of colour

    Evolution of skin pigmentation

    Racial differences in hair and eye colour

    Diseases that show racially dependent variations

    Diseases with a distinct racial or ethnic predisposition

    74.  Occupation and the skin

    Diagnosis

    Contact dermatitis

    Contact urticaria

    Vibration white finger

    Prevention

    75.  Immunological tests

    Skin prick tests

    Patch testing

    Immunofluorescence

    Assays of T-cell function

    Bibliography and online resources

    Index

     


  • ABC of Dermatology, 7th Edition
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    DESCRIPTION:

    ABC of Dermatology is the bestselling, practical guide for anyone involved in clinical dermatology. This fully illustrated book helps readers identify, recognise, treat, and manage the common dermatological conditions encountered in daily practice.

    The seventh edition has been revised and updated to incorporate current approaches to the management of skin disease, such as the use of new biological agents for treating inflammatory disease and tumours, and new chapters on cosmetic dermatology procedures, genital dermatology and cutting-edge advances in genetics and pathophysiology.

    ·         Presents a practical approach to clinical dermatology that relates skin changes to specific skin conditions and underlying pathology

    ·         Summarises relevant pathological processes, diagnostic features, learning points, and treatment options for a range of conditions

    ·         Offers hundreds of full-colour clinical photographs that illustrate manifestations of skin disease in a multitude of diverse skin tones and ethnic groups

    ·         Covers a wide range of skin management treatments, from simple interventions to sophisticated immunotherapies

    ·         Includes insights on the increasing use of teledermatology by remote doctors

    ABC of Dermatology is a must-have guide for GPs, junior doctors, medical students, and primary healthcare professionals.

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

    List of Contributors vii

    Preface ix

    Acknowledgements xi

    1 Introduction 1
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    2 Psoriasis 11
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    3 Management of Psoriasis 19
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    4 Eczema (Dermatitis) 27
    Rachael Morris-Jones

    5 Urticaria and Angiooedema 39
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    6 Skin and Photosensitivity 43
    John S. Ferguson

    7 Drug Rashes 51
    Sarah Walsh

    8 Immunobullous and Other Blistering Disorders 59
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    9 Connective Tissue Disease, Vasculitis, and Related Disorders 67
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    10 The Skin and Systemic Disease 75
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    11 Leg Ulcers 87
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    12 Acne, Rosacea, and Hidradenitis Suppurativa 95
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    13 Bacterial Infections 105
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    14 Viral Infections 113
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    15 HIV and the Skin 123
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    16 Fungal Infections 131
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    17 Insect Bites and Infestations 139
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    18 Tropical Dermatology 147
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    19 Hair and Scalp 157
    Kapil Bhargava and David Fenton

    20 Diseases of the Nails 165
    David de Berker

    21 Genital Dermatoses 175
    Fiona Lewis

    22 Benign Skin Tumours 183
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    23 Premalignant and Malignant Skin Lesions 195
    Rachael Morris
    Jones

    24 Practical Procedures and Skin Surgery 207
    Raj Mallipeddi

    25 Lasers, Intense Pulsed Light, and Photodynamic Therapy 215
    Alun Evans and Saqib J. Bashir

    26 Cosmetic Dermatology 223
    Emma Craythorne

    27 Wounds, Dressings, and Bandages 231
    Bernadette Byrne

    28 Formulary 245
    Karen Watson and Aisling Ryan

    Index 255

     

  • Dermatology Secrets
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    Description:

    For more than 30 years, the highly regarded Secrets Series® has provided students and practitioners in all areas of health care with concise, focused, and engaging resources for quick reference and exam review. Dermatology Secrets , 6th Edition, offers practical, up-to-date coverage of the full range of essential topics in this dynamic field. This highly regarded resource features the Secrets’ popular question-and-answer format that also includes lists, tables, pearls, memory aids, and an easy-to-read style – making inquiry, reference, and review quick, easy, and enjoyable.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Top 100 Secrets

    Part I: General

    Chapter 1: Structure and Function of the Skin

    Chapter 2: Morphology of Primary and Secondary Skin Lesions

    Chapter 3: Diagnostic Techniques

    Part II: Inherited Disorders

    Chapter 4: Disorders of Keratinization

    Chapter 5: Neurocutaneous Disorders

    Acknowledgment

    Neurofibromatosis

    Tuberous sclerosis

    Sturge-weber syndrome

    Ataxia-telangiectasia

    Neurocutaneous melanocytosis

    Chapter 6: Mechanobullous Disorders

    Acknowledgment

    Part III: Inflammatory Disorders

    Chapter 7: Papulosquamous Skin Eruptions

    Chapter 8: Eczematous Dermatitis

    Chapter 9: Contact Dermatitis

    Chapter 10: Vesiculobullous Disorders

    Chapter 11: Pustular Eruptions

    Chapter 12: Lichenoid Skin Eruptions

    Chapter 13: Granulomatous Diseases of the Skin

    Chapter 14: Drug Eruptions

    Chapter 15: Vasculitis

    Chapter 16: Deposition Disorders

    Acknowledgments

    Chapter 17: Photosensitive Dermatitis

    Chapter 18: Disorders of Pigmentation

    Leukoderma: partial or complete loss of skin pigmentation

    Melanoderma: abnormal darkening of the skin

    Blue-gray dyspigmentation

    Chapter 19: Panniculitis

    Acknowledgments

    Chapter 20: Alopecia

    Chapter 21: Acne and Acneiform Eruptions

    Chapter 22: Autoimmune Connective Tissue Diseases

    Chapter 23: Urticaria and Angioedema

    Part IV: Infections and Infestations

    Chapter 24: Viral Exanthems

    Chapter 25: Bullous Viral Eruptions

    Chapter 26: Warts and Molluscum Contagiosum

    Treatment pearls

    Chapter 27: Bacterial Infections

    Staphylococcal infections

    Streptococcal infections

    Other bacterial infections

    Chapter 28: Sexually Transmitted Diseases

    Chapter 29: Mycobacterial Infections

    Acknowledgment

    Tuberculosis

    Atypical mycobacteria

    Hansen's disease

    Chapter 30: Superficial Fungal Infections

    Chapter 31: Deep Fungal Infections

    Subcutaneous fungal infections

    Systemic fungal infections

    Opportunistic fungal infections

    Chapter 32: Parasitic Infestions

    Chapter 33: Arthropod Bites and Stings

    Part V: Cutaneous Manifestations of Internal Diseases

    Chapter 34: Cutaneous Manifestations of Internal Malignancy

    Chapter 35: Cutaneous Manifestations of Endocrinologic Disease

    Chapter 36: Skin Signs of Gastrointestinal Disease

    Chapter 37: Cutaneous Manifestations of Renal Disease

    Chapter 38: Cutaneous Manifestations of Aids

    Disclaimer

    Chapter 39: Cutaneous Signs of Nutritional Disturbances

    Part VI: Benign Tumors of the Skin

    Chapter 40: Benign Melanocytic Tumors

    Chapter 41: Vascular and Lymphatic Neoplasms

    Chapter 42: Fibrous Tumors of the Skin

    Part VII: Malignant Tumors of the Skin

    Chapter 43: Common Cutaneous Malignancies

    Chapter 44: Melanoma

    Chapter 45: Leukemic and Lymphomatous Infiltrates of the Skin

    Chapter 46: Uncommon Malignant Tumors of the Skin

    Atypical fibroxanthoma/pleomorphic dermal sarcoma

    Merkel cell carcinoma

    Microcystic adnexal carcinoma

    Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans

    Angiosarcoma

    Epithelioid sarcoma

    Extramammary paget disease

    Sebaceous carcinoma

    Leiomyosarcoma

    Chapter 47: Cutaneous Metastases

    Part VIII: Treatment of Skin Disorders

    Chapter 48: Sunscreens and Prevention of Skin Cancer

    Chapter 49: Topical Steroids

    Chapter 50: Fundamentals of Cutaneous Surgery

    Chapter 51: Cryosurgery

    Chapter 52: Mohs Surgery

    Chapter 53: Lasers in Dermatology

    Chapter 54: Therapeutic Photomedicine

    Chapter 55: Retinoids

    Part IX: Special Patient Populations

    Chapter 56: Neonatal Infections

    Chapter 57: Pediatric Dermatology

    Chapter 58: Geriatric Dermatology

    Chapter 59: Dermatoses of Pregnancy

    Chapter 60: Disorders of the Female Genitalia

    Chapter 61: Disorders of the Male Genitalia

    Chapter 62: Disorders of the Oral Mucosa

    Chapter 63: Special Considerations in Skin of Color

    Chapter 64: Cultural Dermatology

    Part X: Emergencies and Miscellaneous Problems

    Chapter 65: Dermatologic Emergencies

    Chapter 66: Occupational Dermatology

    Chapter 67: Psychocutaneous Diseases

    Chapter 68: Approaching the Pruritic Patient

    Chapter 69: Nail Disorders

    Chapter 70: Dermatologic Trivia

    Index

     

  • 27900lei 250.00 lei

    DESCRIPTION

    The Handbook of Dermatology consolidates the essential information required for best-practice patient care into one pocket-sized volume. This indispensable reference guide enables practicing and prospective dermatologists to easily look up information on a wide range of dermatological diseases and quickly access the algorithms, protocols, guidelines, and staging and scoring systems that are vital to both clinical practice and exam success. Written and edited by former residents and attending physicians, the Handbook contains up-to-date information on general dermatology, surgery, and therapeutics.


    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Preface xv

    Acknowledgments xvii

    Part 1 General Dermatology 1

    Common Work-Ups, Signs, and Management 3

    Dermatologic Differential Algorithm 3

    Direct Immunofluorescence (Dif) 3

    False positive/negative DIFs 3

    Workup Quick Reference Orders 4

    Acne 6

    Alopecia Workup 7

    Telogen effluvium 10

    Androgenic alopecia 10

    Alopecia areata 11

    Other alopecia treatments 12

    Aphthosis Workup and Treatment 13

    Dermatologic Signs 15

    Folliculitis 21

    Melasma 22

    Immunology and Immunologic Disease 24

    Lupus Erythematosus 24

    Autoantibody 26

    Sensitivities and specificities 26

    In connective tissue diseases 28

    Antinuclear antibodies 29

    ANCA (Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies) 30

    Treatment of ANCAassociated vasculitis 30

    Vasculitis 31

    Small vessel vasculitis 31

    Medium vessel vasculitis 33

    Large vessel vasculitis 34

    Cryoglobulinemia 34

    Bullous Disorders 36

    Intracorneal/subcorneal 36

    Intraepidermal 36

    Suprabasilar 37

    Subepidermal with little inflammation 37

    Epidermolysis bullosa 39

    Major bullous diseases – clinicopathologic findings 42

    Complement 46

    Angioedema and complement levels 46

    Complement deficiencies 47

    GVHD 47

    HLA associations 48

    Th profiles 50

    Special Sites: Glands, Nail, Bone, Mucosa 51

    Glands 51

    Nail terminology 53

    Disorders or drugs associated with nail, Bone, or ocular findings 57

    Genital ulcers 67

    Infection and Infestations 68

    Fungal Disease / Mycoses 68

    Laboratory tests 68

    Superficial mycoses 68

    Cutaneous mycoses 69

    Subcutaneous mycoses 71

    Systemic mycoses 73

    Opportunistic mycoses 75

    Viruses and diseases 78

    Human papilloma virus 79

    Other viral diseases 80

    Infections/Bugs 83

    Vectorborne diseases 83

    Creatures in dermatology 88

    Contact and Plant Dermatitis 93

    Patch testing 93

    Common contact allergens 95

    Allergic vs. irritant contact dermatitis 104

    Allergens – location specific 105

    Features suggestive of specific irritant/toxin 106

    Plants and Dermatoses 106

    Tumors and Infiltrates 109

    Cutaneous T Cell Lyphoma 109

    Cutaneous Bcell lymphoma 113

    Leukemia cutis 113

    Monoclonal Gammopathies in Dermatology 114

    Tumors and gene associations 115

    For Melanoma, BCC, and SCC, see Skin Cancer 221

    Systemic and Metabolic Diseases 117

    Amyloidoses 117

    Histiocytosis 119

    Xanthomas 124

    Hyperlipoproteinemias 125

    Vitamin Deficiencies/Hypervitaminoses 127

    Pediatric and Pregnancy Dermatology 131

    Vascular tumors and malformation 131

    Infantile Hemangioma (IH) Management 132

    Neonatal vesiculopustular eruptions 137

    Genodermatoses 142

    Chromosome abnormalities 171

    Disorders of cornification 171

    Disorders of connective tissue 175

    Ehlers–Danlos 177

    Collagen types 178

    Disorder of hair, Nail, ectoderm 179

    Tumor syndromes 185

    Disorders of vascularization 186

    Disorders of metabolism 189

    Porphyrias 191

    Disorders of pigmentation 193

    Immunodeficiency syndromes 196

    Miscellaneous 198

    Dermatoses of pregnancy 200

    Dermoscopy and Dermatopathology 202

    Dermoscopy 202

    Dermatopathology 206

    Histochemical staining 206

    Immunohistochemical staining 207

    Pathologic bodies 210

    Cysts 214

    Other derm path buzzwords, Patterns, DDx 215

    Part 2 Surgical and Cosmetic Dermatology 219

    Surgical Dermatology 221

    Skin cancer 221

    Surgical margin guidelines 221

    Indication for Mohs micrographic surgery 222

    Melanoma 223

    Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) 228

    Prophylactic antibiotics and antivirals 230

    Guideline for Prophylactic antibiotics 230

    Algorithm for antibiotic prophylaxis 231

    Guideline for prophylactic antivirals 231

    Antiseptic scrubs 232

    Anesthetics 234

    Dose calculation 234

    Standard formula for buffered Lidocaine 234

    Tumescent anesthesia 234

    Topical anesthetic (see drug section pg. 316) 235

    Adverse reaction to local anesthetics 235

    Local anesthetic 236

    Nerve blocks 237

    Surgical anatomy 237

    Anatomy of the face 237

    Danger zones in surgery 242

    Dermatomal distribution of sensory nerves 244

    Anatomy of the lower extremity venous system 245

    Anatomy of the nail 246

    Cutaneous reconstruction 247

    Undermining depths in reconstruction 248

    Reconstruction algorithm: STAIRS 248

    Sutures 260

    Absorbable 260

    Nonabsorbable 261

    Suture removal time 262

    Electrosurgery 262

    Wound healing 262

    Wound dressing 263

    Cosmetic Dermatology 264

    Laser 264

    Laser fundamentals 264

    Laser treatment of tattoo pigment 266

    Photoinduced eye injury 267

    Laser wavelength depth of penetration and the electromagnetic spectrum 268

    Absorption spectra of major skin chromophores 268

    Photodynamic therapy 269

    Photosensitizer properties and options 269

    PDT Protocol 270

    UV spectrum 271

    UV spectrum and wavelengths 271

    UVB protection vs SPF 272

    UV protection measurements 272

    UV associations/specificities 273

    Glogau wrinkle scale 273

    Fitzpatrick skin type 274

    Chemical peels 274

    Prepeel consideration 274

    Peeling agents 275

    Botulinum toxin 277

    Injectable for adipolysis 280

    Fillers 281

    Protocol for vascular occlusion from fillers 288

    Venous disease treatment 288

    Vein treatment algorithm 288

    Sclerotherapy 289

    Preparing dilution of sclerosants 290

    CEAP classification for venous disease 292

    Venous clinical severity score 292

    Part 3 Drugs and Therapies 293

    Medication Quick Reference 295

    Topical steroids classified by strength 295

    Nonsteroidals 297

    Commonly used drugs in dermatology 297

    Systemic Medications 302

    Antimalarials 302

    Immunosuppressive agents 303

    Systemic retinoids 306

    Biologics 307

    General Reference 310

    Metric measurements 310

    Dose calculations 310

    Topical medication dispensing and absorption 310

    Corticosteroid Dosage Equivalence 311

    Acne – Topical 311

    Antibiotics/antimicrobial 311

    Keratolytics 312

    Retinoids 313

    Others 313

    Acne – Oral 314

    Antibiotics 314

    Retinoids 315

    Others 315

    Analgesics 315

    Anesthetics – topical (see also topical anesthetic pg. 235) 316

    Anesthetics – topical compounded 316

    Antibiotics 316

    Topical/antiseptic 316

    Systemic 317

    Preoperative prophylaxis see pg. 230

    Postoperative skin infection 319

    Sensitivity 321

    Regimens 322

    STDs 323

    Antifungals 324

    Topical 324

    Oral 325

    Antifungal regimens 327

    Candidal infection 327

    Pityrosporum folliculitis 327

    Onychomycosis 327

    Tinea versicolor (Malassezia) 328

    Tinea capitis 328

    Tinea corporis 328

    Tinea pedis 329

    Antiparasitics 330

    Scabies 330

    Lice 330

    Antivirals 331

    HSV 331

    Herpes zoster/VZV 333

    Genital warts 333

    Verruca vulgaris 334

    Molluscum 334

    Antihistamines 334

    Sedating 335

    Nonsedating 335

    H2blockers 335

    Antipruritic 336

    Topical 336

    Oral 336

    Anxiolytics/Sedation 338

    Benzodiazepines 338

    Antihistamines 339

    Bleaching Agents/Depigmenting Agents 340

    Hair 341

    Alopecia – androgenic 341

    Alopecia – areata 341

    Hypertrichosis 342

    Hypotrichosis – eyelash 342

    Hyperhidrosis 342

    Psoriasis 343

    Topical agents 343

    Tar 343

    Anthralin/dithranol 343

    Systemic agents 343 (see also Systemic Medications pg. 306)

    Rosacea 344

    Antibiotics/antimicrobial – topical 344

    Keratolytics 344

    Vasoconstrictor 344

    Other 344

    Antibiotics – systemic 344

    Seborrheic Dermatitis 345

    Skin Cancer – Topical and Oral Chemotherapy 345

    Actinic keratoses (AK) 345

    Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) 346

    CTCL 346

    Melanoma 347

    Vasoactive/Antiplatelet Agents 347

    Vitamins/Nutritional Supplements 348

    Wound Care 348

    Miscellaneous Meds 348

    Cytochrome P450 interactions 349

    Pregnancy Categories of Commonly Used Dermatologic Agents 350

    Common Dermatologic Drugs and Teratogenic Effects 351

    Dermatologic Drugs Reportedly Associated with Contraceptive Failure 352

    Drug Eruptions 352

    Chemotherapeutic Agents and Skin Changes 355

    Antidote to extravasation of chemotherapeutic agents 358

    UV Light Treatment 359

    UVA/UVB dosing 359

    NBUVB dosing 359

    PUVA 359

    Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) Protocol 361

    Diagnosis of TEN 361

    Triage algorithm for TEN patients 362

    Treatment for all TEN patients 363

    Appendix I American Burn Assocation Burn Center Referral Criteria 364

    Appendix SCORTEN Score 365

    Appendix III IVIg 365

    Appendix IV Further Reading for TEN/SJS 366

    Index 367

    Color plate section can be found facing page 208

     


  • 260.00 lei

     This is a highly illustrated guide to the diagnosis and management of nail conditions in children. With new material on genetics and on developments such as dermoscopy, it will be invaluable as a reliable clinical reference for both dermatologists and pediatricians, as well as those in family practice.

  • Pediatric Hair Disorders
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    260.00 lei

     Hair problems in child patients present a particular problem for clinicians: dermatologists, pediatricians, and family physicians can all worry they may not be up to date with what may be happening in the other specialties potentially involved. Written by authors with an international reputation, the new third edition of Pediatric Hair Disorders is full of clinical pictures, with a clear and concise text to help with the diagnosis of each entity. It will be helpful for all clinicians in training and in practice needing a quick and very visual resource to help with clinical diagnosis and to be confident they are using the best recommended techniques

  • 280.00 lei

     

    Book Description:

    This book focusses on the clinical aspects and management of pediatric skin disorders, especially seen in darker skin types. It includes unique conditions that the authors have encountered in their lifetime with their independent observations and approach to management. Original high-quality images are used to illustrate most dermatoses described in the book enabling a strong visual impression of the discussed diseases. It hopes to provide readers with a blend of evidence and experience based pediatric dermatology. This book aims to be a hands-on manual that can be referred to during a busy practice as it discusses the practical approach to dermatoses.


    Key Features:

    • Focusses on darker skin types.
    • Examines unusual presentations with detailed clinical features.
    • Discusses the ways to differentiate between similar-appearing diseases.
    • Explores approaches to therapy, especially in resource-poor settings.
    • Covers topics with high quality illustrations.

    Table of Contents:

    1. Principles of Diagnosis

    2. Neonatal Dermatology

    3. Papulosquamous Disorders

    4. Eczema and Dermatitis

    5. Disorders of Cornification

    6. Vesiculobullous Disorders

    7. Nodules and Tumors

    8. Disorders of Pigmentation

    9. Infections and Infestations

    10. Collagen Vascular Diseases

    11. Urticaria and Erythemas

    12. Drug Eruptions

    13. Vascular Abnormalities

    14. Cutaneous Nevi

    15. Genodermatoses

    16. Hair and Nail Abnormalities

    17. Oral Cavity and Tongue

    18. Systemic Diseases

    19. Psychocutaneous Diseases

    20. Miscellaneous Conditions

    Index

     

  • 280.00 lei

    Description:

    Chemical peeling is a technique used to improve the appearance of the skin that is typically performed on the face, neck or hands. In this treatment, a chemical solution is applied to the skin that causes it to "blister" and eventually peel off. The new, regenerated skin is usually smoother and less wrinkled than the old skin (American Society for Dermatologic Surgery). This book is a practical guide to chemical peel processes for dermatologists. Divided into 41 sections, the text begins with an overview of the history and classification of chemical peels, histology of skin and wound healing, basic chemistry and patient assessment and preparation. The following chapters cover numerous types of chemical peel treatments for a variety of disorders, and the book concludes with discussion on peel treatment results amongst patients of different ethnicities and skin tones. Edited by internationally recognised specialists in the field of dermatology, the book is highly illustrated with nearly 350 clinical photographs and tables to enhance learning. Key points Practical guide to chemical peel processes for dermatologists Covers numerous types of chemical peel treatments for different disorders Edited by internationally recognised specialists in the field Highly illustrated with clinical photographs and tables.

    Table of contents:

    1. The History of Chemical Peels

    2. Histology of the Skin and Wound Healing

     3. Definition and Classification of Chemical Peels

     4. Basic Chemistry and Factors Affecting Penetration

    5. Priming, Prepeel and Postpeel Care

     6. Patient Assessment and Counseling

    7. Glycolic Acid Peels

     8. Procedure of Glycolic Acid Peel

    9. Salicylic Acid Peels

    10. Trichloroacetic Acid Peels

     11. Lactic Acid Peels

    12. Mandelic Acid Peels

    13. Pyruvic Acid Peel

    14. Jessner’s Peels and Resorcinol Peels

    15. Tretinoin and Retinol Peels

    16. Phytic Acid Peel

    17. Medium-depth Peeling with Special Consideration to Ethnic Skin

    18. Phenol Peels and Its Modifications for Skin of Color

     19. Medium-depth Peels

     20. Deep Peels: A Review of Chemical Peels for All Skin Types

    21. Sequential Peels

     22. Yellow Peels

    23. Arginine Pee

    l 24. Ferulac Peel

     25. Combination Peels

    26. Proprietary Peels

    27. Combination Therapy: Chemical Peels with Other Technologies

    28. Chemical Peels in Melasma

    29. Chemical Peels for the Treatment of Postinflammatory Hyperpigmentation

     30. Chemical Peels for Acne and Acne Scars in Dark Skin

    31. Special Scenario: Peels for Photoaging

    32. Chemical Peeling in Sensitive Skin

    33. Party Peels

     34. Extra-facial Peeling

    35. Home-based Peeling Systems

    36. Innovations with Chemical Peels in Dark Skin

    37. Chemical Peels in Dark Skinned Patients: Asian and African Skin

    38. Chemical Peels in Ethnic Skin: Latin American Skin

    39. Complications of Chemical Peels and How to Deal with Them

    40. Recent Advances in Treatment with Chemical Peels

    41. Chemical Peel Pearls


  • 280.00 lei

    Description:

    This book is a comprehensive guide to common dermatological procedures in the outpatient clinic.

    Presented in a ‘tips and tricks’ format, the book is divided into six sections, with the first chapters providing discussion on diagnostic procedures.

    The remaining chapters cover different treatment techniques including chemical destruction of skin lesions, cryotherapy, light-based procedures, and photodynamic therapy.  A section on complex surgical techniques explains highly technical procedures such as hair transplant, Mohs surgery, and liposuction.

    Authored by a recognised, Mississippi-based team of experts, the book is enhanced by more than 100 clinical images.  

    Key Points

    ·         Comprehensive guide to common dermatological procedures in the outpatient clinic

    ·         Covers diagnosis and treatment techniques including complex surgical procedures

    ·         Presented in ‘tips and tricks’ format

    ·         Recognised, Mississippi-based author team

     

    Tips and Tricks:

    Diagnostic

    · Tips and Tricks: Office Dermatologic Testing

     Chapter 1: KOH Preparation

    Chapter 2: Scabies Preparation

     Chapter 3: Tzanck Preparation

    · Tips and Tricks: Biopsy the right spot!

    Chapter 4: Choosing the right biopsy location

    · Tips and Tricks: Basic procedural techniques

    Chapter 5: Shave and saucerization techniques

    Chapter 6: Punch biopsy tips and tricks

    § Sampling of tense blisters

     § Sampling porokeratosis

    § Removing larger lesions through a smaller punch (“stuff technique for benign appearing nevi, cysts and lipomas)

    Chapter 7: Curettage

    Chapter 8: Suturing Tips and Tricks: Chemical Destruction of skin lesions

    · Chapter 9: Dichloracetic Acid in Dermatology Tips and Tricks: Complex surgical procedures

    · Chapter 10: Mohs surgery

    · Chapter 11: Elliptical Excisions

     · Chapter 12: Nail Procedures

    · Chapter 13: Flaps and grafts Tips and Tricks: Cryotherapy

    · Chapter 14: Cryotherapy of Warts, Actinic keratoses, etc Tips and Tricks: Light-based procedures

    · Chapter 15: Vascular lesion laser

     · Chapter 16: Fractionated CO2 laser

    · Chapter 17: Pigmented Lesion lasers

    · Chapter 18: Intense pulsed light Tips and Tricks: Photodynamic therapy

     · Chapter 19: Photodynamic Therapy

  • 30600lei 285.00 lei

    Paediatric Dermatology is an indispensable and highly-accessible practical guide for all healthcare professionals faced with the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of children with skin diseases. The second edition has been fully revised and updated to take into account new advances in therapies including biologics and genetics, and emerging problems such as rashes associated with transplantation and immunosuppression.

    Divided into 39 comprehensive chapters written by experts in both dermatology and paediatrics, the book is organised according to presentation and body site rather than diagnosis, making it ideal for quick reference in the clinical setting, as well as general study.

    It contains over 325 full-colour, high-quality clinical photographs of skin conditions, as well as simple algorithms to aid diagnosis of common presentations such as itchy red rashes, blistering disorders, bruising, and nail disorders. Features of more rare dermatological conditions are listed under the relevant clinical signs for easy reference and to aid diagnosis. Advice is given on when to refer to a dermatologist, while short descriptions of approved treatment modalities are given where appropriate.

    Table of Contents

    Section 1: Basics of dermatology
    1: Structure and function of the skin
    2: The dermatological consultation
    3: Dermatological treatments
    4: Patterns, shapes, and distribution in skin disease
    5: Endocrine dysfunction and the skin
    6: Faltering growth and the skin
    Section 2: Neonatal
    7: Neonatal skin problems
    8: Vascular birthmarks
    Section 3: Diagnosis by body distribution
    9: Skin problems of the face, nose, eyelids, and ears
    10: Oral problems
    11: Trunk and flexures
    12: Hands, feet, and limbs
    13: Genital skin disorders
    14: Hair and scalp disorders
    15: Nail changes
    16: Photosensitivity
    Section 4: Rashes
    17: Eczema and related itchy rashes
    18: Acne and acneiform rashes
    19: Pustular rashes
    20: Papular rashes
    21: Urticarial and urticarial-like rashes
    22: Psoriasis, red rashes and erythroderma
    23: Cutaneous drug reactions
    24: Abuse and self-inflicted disease
    Section 5: Textural skin changes
    25: Blisters
    26: Crusts, scabs, and eschars
    27: Dry skin disorders
    28: Lumps and bumps
    29: Changes in skin thickness and elasticity
    30: Ulceration of the skin
    Section 6: Discolouration of the skin
    31: Purple colouration
    32: White colouration
    33: Brown colouration
    34: Moles (melanocytic naevi)
    35: Blue, grey, and black colouration
    36: Red colouration
    37: Yellow or orange colouration
    Section 7: Rashes in rheumatology and transplant patients
    38: Skin changes associated with rheumatological disease
    39: Rashes associated with transplantations

     

  • 30500lei 285.00 lei

     

    Description:

     


    Highly visual and uniquely convenient, Pediatric Dermatology DDX Deck, 3rd Edition, Is the quickest, easiest way to compare and contrast 164 of the most common pediatric dermatologic diagnoses. Each card in this swatch-style deck includes full-color images and information about a particular diagnosis, as well as cross-references (DDx refs) to other potential diagnoses. Designed with the busy practitioner in mind, it’s the perfect pocket-sized reference for front-line pediatric dermatologic diagnosis.

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    SECTION 1: BLISTERS (VESICLES AND BULLAE)

    1 Herpes simplex infections
    2 Varicella and herpes zoster
    3 Hand, foot, and mouth disease
    4 Impetigo and ecthyma
    5 Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS)
    6 Linear IgA dermatosis
    7 Dermatitis herpetiformis (DH)
    8 Pemphigus
    9 Pemphigoid
    10 Epidermolysis bullosa, non-scarring
    11 Epidermolysis bullosa, scarring
    12 Epidermolytic ichthyosis
    13 Incontinentia pigmenti
    14 Diffuse cutaneous mastocytosis
    15 Sucking blisters
    16 Miliaria
    17 Bullous drug reactions
    SECTION 2: MUCOSAL EROSIONS (BLISTER BASES)
    18 Aphthous ulcers
    19 Geographic tongue
    20 Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN)
    21 Mycoplasma-induced rash and mucositis (MIRM)
    22 Mucosal erosions in immunobullous and hereditary bullous diseases
    SECTION 3: PUSTULAR LESIONS
    23 Erythema toxicum and transient neonatal pustular melanosis
    24 Infantile acropustulosis
    25 Folliculitis
    26 Acne and periorificial dermatitis
    27 Pyoderma gangrenosum
    28 Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis (AGEP)
    SECTION 4: RED PAPULES AND NODULES
    29 Furunculosis and cellulitis
    30 Necrotizing fasciitis
    31 Mycobacterial infections
    32 Viral exanthems
    33 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome
    34 Scarlet fever
    35 Kawasaki disease
    36 DRESS syndrome
    37 Cutaneous larva migrans
    38 Papular urticaria and spider bites
    39 Scabies
    40 Syphilis
    41 Erythema multiforme (EM)
    42 Fixed drug eruptions
    43 Morbilliform and urticarial drug eruptions
    44 Erythema nodosum (EN)
    45 Panniculitis
    46 Dermatofibromas
    47 Keloids and hypertrophic scars
    48 Angiofibromas
    49 Congenital self-healing reticulohistiocytosis (CSHR)
    50 Malignant tumors
    SECTION 5: FLAT VASCULAR LESIONS, BLANCHING
    51 Mottling
    52 Cutis marmorata telangiectasia congenita (CMTC)
    53 Livedo reticularis
    54 Urticaria and dermographism
    55 Port-wine stains and nevus simplex
    56 Vascular spiders
    57 Neonatal lupus erythematosus
    SECTION 6: RAISED BLANCHING VASCULAR LESIONS
    58 Hemangiomas
    59 Diffuse neonatal hemangiomatosis
    60 Tufted angiomas
    61 Hemangioendothelioma
    62 Pyogenic granuloma
    63 Lymphatic malformations
    64 Venous malformations
    SECTION 7: NON-BLANCHING VASCULAR LESIONS (PETECHIAE AND PURPURA)
    65 Vasculitis (Henoch-Schönlein purpura)
    66 Periarteritis nodosa
    67 Pernio
    68 Progressive pigmented purpura (PPP)
    SECTION 8: PAPULOSQUAMOUS ERUPTIONS
    69 Pityriasis rosea (PR)
    70 Psoriasis
    71 Pityriasis lichenoides
    72 Lichen planus (LP) and lichen nitidus
    73 Pityriasis rubra pilaris (PRP)
    74 Lichen striatus
    75 Porokeratosis of Mibelli
    76 Lupus erythematosus (LE)
    77 Dermatomyositis
    78 Ichthyosis
    79 Darier’s disease (keratosis follicularis)
    80 Tinea (dermatophyte infections)
    SECTION 9: ECZEMATOUS DISORDERS (RED WITH DISRUPTION OF SKIN SURFACE)
    81 Atopic dermatitis (AD)
    82 Allergic contact dermatitis (ACD)
    83 Juvenile plantar dermatosis
    84 Nummular dermatitis
    85 Seborrheic dermatitis
    86 Langerhans cell histiocytosis (LCH)
    87 Diaper dermatitis
    88 Intertrigo
    89 Candidiasis
    90 Perianal cellulitis
    91 Acrodermatitis enteropathica (AE)
    SECTION 10: SKIN-COLORED PAPULES AND NODULES WITH A ROUGH SURFACE
    92 Warts
    93 Epidermal nevi
    94 Keratosis pilaris (KP)
    95 Corns and calluses
    SECTION 11: SKIN-COLORED PAPULES AND NODULES WITH A SMOOTH SURFACE
    96 Molluscum contagiosum
    97 Milia and sebaceous hyperplasia
    98 Epidermal cysts
    99 Dermoid cysts
    100 Pilomatricoma and trichoepithelioma
    101 Granuloma annulare
    102 Neurofibroma and lipomas
    103 Piezogenic papules
    104 Sweat gland tumors
    SECTION 12: WHITE LESIONS
    105 Post-inflammatory hypopigmentation and pityriasis alba
    106 Vitiligo
    107 Lichen sclerosus (LS)
    108 Morphea
    109 Halo nevus
    110 Nevus depigmentosus and linear and whorled nevoid hypomelanosis (LWNH-Blaschkoid hypomelanosis-hypomelanosis of Ito)
    111 Nevus anemicus
    112 Ash leaf macules
    113 Piebaldism
    114 Waardenburg syndrome (WS)
    115 Oculocutaneous albinism (OCA)
    116 Tinea versicolor
    SECTION 13: FLAT BROWN LESIONS
    117 Mongolian spots
    118 Nevus of Ota
    119 Café-au-lait macules (CALMs)
    120 Freckles
    121 Lentigines
    122 Nevus spilus
    123 Junctional nevi
    124 Becker’s nevus
    125 Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
    126 Mosaic hyperpigmentation
    SECTION 14: RAISED BROWN LESIONS
    127 Congenital melanocytic nevi (CMN)
    128 Intradermal melanocytic nevi
    129 Melanoma
    130 Pilar and smooth muscle hamartomas
    131 Mastocytosis
    132 Benign cephalic histiocytosis
    133 Acanthosis nigricans (AN)
    134 Confluent and reticulated papillomatosis (CARP)
    SECTION 15: YELLOW LESIONS
    135 Nevus sebaceus
    136 Juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG)
    137 Necrobiosis lipoidica diabeticorum (NLD)
    138 Focal dermal hypoplasia
    SECTION 16: CONGENITAL CIRCUMSCRIBED HAIR LOSS
    139 Aplasia cutis congenita (ACC)
    140 Congenital triangular alopecia
    SECTION 17: ACQUIRED CIRCUMSCRIBED HAIR LOSS
    141 Alopecia areata (AA)
    142 Tinea capitis and kerion
    143 Traction alopecia and hair pulling
    SECTION 18: CONGENITAL DIFFUSE HAIR LOSS
    144 Ectodermal dysplasias (ED)
    145 Hair shaft defects
    146 Congenital atrichia with papules
    SECTION 19: ACQUIRED DIFFUSE HAIR LOSS
    147 Telogen and anagen effluvium
    SECTION 20: THICKENED NAILS
    148 Congenital malalignment of the great toe
    149 Pachyonychia congenita (PC)
    150 Ectodermal dysplasia (nails)
    151 Median nail dystrophy
    152 Trachyonychia (20 nail dystrophy)
    153 Psoriasis nails
    154 Lichen planus nails
    SECTION 21: THIN, SLOW-GROWING, OR LOSS OF NAIL
    155 Ectodermal dysplasia and nail-patella syndrome
    SECTION 22: PITTED LESIONS
    156 Ear pits and lip pits
    157 Pitted keratolysis
    SECTION 23: INVOLVEMENT OF PALMS AND SOLES
    158 Palmoplantar keratodermas (PPK)
    SECTION 24: PHOTODISTRIBUTION (SUN-INDUCED LESIONS)
    159 Sunburn
    160 Phytophotodermatitis
    161 Polymorphous light eruption (PMLE)
    162 Erythropoietic protoporphyria (EPP)
    SECTION 25: ANNULAR ARRANGEMENTS
    163 Annular arrangement
    SECTION 26: LINEAR OR CURVILINEAR ARRANGEMENTS
    164 Linear or curvilinear arrangement

       

     

  • 290.00 lei

    Description:

    Here’s your completely portable, uniquely convenient diagnostic tool to compare potential diagnoses visually, side by side. Each card in this deck includes full-color images and information about a particular diagnosis, as well as cross references (DDx refs) to other potential diagnoses. It’s the perfect pocket-sized reference for front-line dermatologic diagnosis.

    Table Of Contents:

    Section 1 TOPICAL THERAPY
    1 Basic principles of treatment
    2 Topical corticosteroids


    Section 2 ECZEMA
    3 Acute eczematous inflammation
    4 Rhus dermatitis (poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac)
    5 Subacute eczematous inflammation
    6 Chronic eczematous inflammation
    7 Lichen simplex chronicus
    8 Hand eczema
    9 Asteatotic eczema
    10 Chapped, fissured feet
    11 Allergic contact dermatitis
    12 Irritant contact dermatitis
    13 Fingertip eczema
    14 Keratolysis exfoliativa
    15 Nummular eczema
    16 Pompholyx
    17 Prurigo nodularis
    18 Stasis dermatitis
    19 Venous leg ulcers
    20 Atopic dermatitis
    21 Autosomal dominant ichthyosis vulgaris
    22 Keratosis pilaris
    23 Pityriasis alba


    Section 3 URTICARIA
    24 Acute urticaria
    25 Chronic urticaria
    26 Physical urticaria
    27 Angioedema
    28 Mastocytosis (urticaria pigmentosa)
    29 Pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy


    Section 4 ACNE, ROSACEA, AND RELATED DISORDERS
    30 Comedonal acne
    31 Pustular acne
    32 Cystic acne
    33 Perioral dermatitis
    34 Rosacea (acne rosacea)
    35 Hidradenitis suppurativa


    Section 5 PSORIASIS AND OTHER PAPULOSQUAMOUS DISEASES
    36 Psoriasis: hands and feet
    37 Psoriasis: lesions
    38 Psoriasis: nails
    39 Psoriasis: special forms
    40 Seborrheic dermatitis
    41 Grover disease (transient acantholytic dermatosis)
    42 Pityriasis rosea
    43 Lichen planus
    44 Lichen sclerosus
    45 Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta


    Section 6 BACTERIAL INFECTIONS
    46 Impetigo
    47 Cellulitis
    48 Folliculitis
    49 Pseudofolliculitis barbae
    50 Furuncles and carbuncles
    51 Pseudomonas folliculitis
    52 Otitis externa


    Section 7 SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
    53 Syphilis
    54 Chancroid
    55 Genital warts
    56 Genital herpes simplex
    57 Pubic lice
    58 Molluscum contagiosum


    Section 8 VIRAL INFECTIONS
    59 Warts (verruca vulgaris)
    60 Flat warts
    61 Plantar warts
    62 Molluscum contagiosum
    63 Herpes simplex (cold sores, fever blisters)
    64 Varicella (chicken pox)
    65 Herpes zoster (shingles)
    66 Hand, foot, and mouth disease


    Section 9 FUNGAL INFECTIONS
    67 Candidiasis (moniliasis)
    68 Candidal balanitis
    69 Candidiasis (diaper dermatitis)
    70 Candidiasis of large skin folds (candidal intertrigo)
    71 Tinea versicolor
    72 Tinea of the nails
    73 Angular cheilitis
    74 Cutaneous fungal infections (tinea)
    75 Tinea of the foot
    76 Tinea of the groin
    77 Tinea of the body
    78 Tinea of the hand
    79 Tinea incognito
    80 Tinea of the scalp
    81 Tinea of the beard
    Section 10 EXANTHEMS AND DRUG REACTIONS
    82 Non-specific viral rash
    83 Erythema infectiosum
    84 Cutaneous drug eruptions


    Section 11 HYPERSENSITIVITY SYNDROMES AND VASCULITIS
    85 Erythema multiforme
    86 Stevens–Johnson syndrome
    87 Erythema nodosum
    88 Cutaneous small vessel vasculitis (hypersensitivity vasculitis)
    89 Henoch–Schönlein purpura
    90 Schamberg disease (Schamberg purpura)
    91 Sweet syndrome


    Section 12 INFESTATIONS AND BITES
    92 Scabies
    93 Head lice (pediculosis)
    94 Bee and wasp stings
    95 Lyme disease
    96 Rocky Mountain spotted fever
    97 Flea bites
    98 Cutaneous larva migrans


    Section 13 VESICULAR AND BULLOUS DISEASES
    99 Dermatitis herpetiformis
    100 Pemphigus vulgaris
    101 Pemphigus foliaceus
    102 Bullous pemphigoid


    Section 14 CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASES
    103 Chronic cutaneous lupus
    104 Acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus
    105 Dermatomyositis
    106 Scleroderma
    107 Morphea


    Section 15 LIGHT-RELATED DISEASES AND DISORDERS OF PIGMENTATION
    108 Sun-damaged skin, photoaging
    109 Polymorphous light eruption
    110 Porphyria cutanea tarda
    111 Vitiligo
    112 Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis
    113 Lentigo, juvenile lentigo, solar lentigo
    114 Melasma (chloasma, mask of pregnancy)


    Section 16 BENIGN SKIN TUMORS
    115 Seborrheic keratosis
    116 Skin tags
    117 Dermatofibroma
    118 Keloids and hypertrophic scars
    119 Keratoacanthoma
    120 Nevus sebaceus
    121 Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis
    122 Epidermal cyst
    123 Pilar cyst
    124 Sebaceous hyperplasia
    125 Syringomas


    Section 17 PREMALIGNANT AND MALIGNANT NON-MELANOMA SKIN TUMORS
    126 Basal cell carcinoma
    127 Actinic keratosis
    128 Squamous cell carcinoma
    129 Bowen disease
    130 Leukoplakia
    131 Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma
    132 Paget disease of the breast
    133 Extramammary Paget disease
    134 Cutaneous metastasis


    Section 18 NEVI AND MALIGNANT MELANOMA
    135 Nevi, melanocytic nevi, moles
    136 Atypical mole syndrome (dysplastic nevus syndrome)
    137 Malignant melanoma, lentigo maligna
    138 Melanoma mimics
    139 Congenital melanocytic nevi


    Section 19 VASCULAR TUMORS AND MALFORMATIONS
    140 Hemangiomas of infancy
    141 Vascular malformations
    142 Cherry angioma
    143 Angiokeratoma
    144 Venous lake
    145 Pyogenic granuloma
    146 Kaposi sarcoma
    147 Telangiectasias
    148 Spider angioma (nevus araneus)


    Section 20 HAIR AND NAIL DISEASES
    149 Androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness)
    150 Androgenic alopecia in women (female pattern hair loss)
    151 Alopecia areata
    152 Trichotillomania
    153 Fungal nail infections
    154 Nail Diseases:
    a. Psoriasis
    b. Paronychia, Pseudomas, infection, white spots or bands
    c. Ridging and beading, habit tic deformity, onycholysis
    d. Digital Mucous cyst, nevi and melanoma, hematoma


    Section 21 NEONATAL DISEASE
    155 Erythema toxicum neonatorum
    156 Miliaria
    157 Cutis marmorata


    Section 22 CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF INTERNAL DISEASE
    158 Acquired cutaneous paraneoplastic syndromes
    159 Inherited cutaneous paraneoplastic syndromes
    160 Acanthosis nigricans
    161 Neurofibromatosis
    162 Tuberous sclerosis
    163 Granuloma annulare
    164 Necrobiosis lipoidica
    165 Pyoderma gangrenosum
    166 Lasers in Dermatology
    167 Leishmaniasis
    168 Leprosy (Hansen disease)

       

     

  • 300.00 lei

    The best-selling text has been completely revised and revitalised in this fifth edition, with the authors once again encouraging general practitioners, medical students, general physicians and early stage dermatology specialist trainees and interns to relish the unique challenge of diagnosing and treating skin conditions. Clinical Dermatology, 5th edition contains over 400 high quality pictures and diagrams combined with colourful phrases to illustrate and entertain as it teaches. The book has established a reputation as a ‘way of learning’ and as an accessible guide to the subject for the aspiring specialist. Readers are guided through the maze that too often lies between the presenting skin complaint and its final diagnosis and treatment. The authors have skilfully crafted an easily read text with enough detail to clarify the subject, but not enough to obscure it. This fifth edition contains new chapters on non-invasive physical treatment and dermoscopy, and new material on cosmetic dermatology, surgical dermatology, the skin and the psyche, and dermatoses of non-Caucasian skin.

     

  • Guidebook to Dermatologic Diagnosis
    Disponibila in 3-4 saptamani
    35300lei 320.00 lei

     

    Description:

    A unique systematic approach to dermatologic diagnosis Guidebook to Dermatologic Diagnosis provides an innovative and methodical approach to the diagnosis of skin lesions and rashes. Centered around “The Wheel of Diagnosis” which factors in several important clinical considerations necessary to formulate an accurate diagnosis, the book is enhanced by numerous full-color images organized by clinical appearance rather than known diagnosis. This type of image grouping is specifically designed to teach readers how to think through and eventually arrive at an accurate diagnosis. Each chapter is also enhanced by tips on special testing, management, as well as the diagnostic approach. Although primarily written to be an innovative way to enhance dermatologic diagnostic skills, this unique resource can also be used at the point of care to confirm diagnosis.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    Chapter 1. The Wheel of Diagnosis

    Chapter 2. An Approach to Primary Lesions

    Chapter 3. Diagnostic Clues from Secondary Lesions and Postinflammatory Pigmentary Change

    Chapter 4. Color as a Diagnostic Determinant

    Chapter 5. An Introduction to Reaction Patterns

    Chapter 6. The Papulosquamous Reaction Pattern

    Chapter 7. The Vesicobullous Reaction Pattern

    Chapter 8. The Eczematous Reaction Pattern

    Chapter 9. The Dermal Reaction Pattern

    Chapter 10. The Vascular Reaction Pattern

    Chapter 11. Shape, Configuration, and Grouping of Lesions

    Chapter 12. More on Distribution

    Chapter 13. Examining Scalp, Hair, Nails, Mucous Membranes, and Lymph Nodes

    Chapter 14. Bedside Diagnostic Maneuvers

     

  • 35100lei 330.00 lei

    Description:

    Dermoscopy: The Essentials presents the practical guidance you need to master this highly effective, more economical, and less invasive alternative to biopsy. Drs. Peter Soyer, Giuseppe Argenziano, Rainer Hofmann-Wellenhof, and Iris Zalaudek explain all aspects of performing dermoscopy and interpreting results. With approximately 30% new clinical and dermoscopic images, valuable pearls and checklists, and online access to the fully searchable and downloadable text, you’ll have everything you need to diagnose earlier and more accurately.

    • Avoid diagnostic pitfalls through pearls that explain how to accurately use dermoscopy and highlight common mistakes.
    • Master all aspects of performing dermoscopy and interpreting the results with easy-to-use "traffic light" systems and checklists for quick and effective learning.
    • Gain a better visual understanding with approximately 30% new clinical and dermoscopic images that depict the appearance of benign and malignant lesions and feature arrows and labels to highlight important manifestations.
    • Get better diagnostic results for less by learning how to successfully perform dermoscopy with this portable, to-the-point resource.

     

    1.    Table of Contents

    2.    Copyright

    3.    Preface to the Third Edition

    4.    Acknowledgements

    5.    1. Introduction: The 3-point checklist: The short, easy way to avoid missing a melanoma using dermoscopy

    6.    Technique

    7.    The 3-point checklist

    8.    2. Pattern analysis: Dermoscopic criteria for specific diagnoses

    9.    Four global dermoscopic patterns for melanocytic nevi

    10. Diagnosis of melanoma using five melanoma-specific criteria

    11. Diagnosis of facial melanoma using four site-specific melanoma-specific criteria

    12. Four patterns for acral melanocytic lesions

    13. Six criteria for diagnosing non-melanocytic lesions

    14. 3. Common clinical scenarios: Side-by-side comparisons of similar-appearing lesions that are benign or malignant

    15. Introduction

    16. Pediatric scenario

    17. Black lesions

    18. Inkspot lentigo

    19. Blue lesions

    20. Reticular lesions

    21. Spitzoid lesions

    22. Special nevi

    23. Multiple Clark (dysplastic) nevi

    24. Follow-up of melanocytic lesions

    25. Lesions with regression

    26. Flat lesions on the face

    27. Nodular lesions on the face

    28. Acral lesions

    29. Pigmented lesions of the nails

    30. Mucosal lesions

    31. Differential diagnostic value of blood vessels

    32. Amelanotic and partially pigmented melanoma

    33. Dermoscopy tests

    34. Further reading

    35. Index

     


  • Therapy for Severe Psoriasis
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    44000lei 350.00 lei

    Description:

    A brand-new title in the field of dermatology, Therapy for Severe Psoriasis provides the ultimate coverage of the treatment options available for today's most serious cases, including biologics and oral therapies. It features discussions of the newest drug therapies, recent FDA-approved biosimilars, and combination approaches to care, while an overview chapter was designed to aid those new to the field in understanding the nuances of difficult-to-treat subtypes of psoriasis. Comprehensive and focused, Therapy for Severe Psoriasis will be a welcome addition to the library of any dermatologist seeking in-depth information on the challenges of this condition.

    Features:

    Each of the 16 chapters includes either an in-depth focus on a single therapy or an overview of a unique aspect of psoriasis, including: UVB therapy, methotrexate, acitretin, cyclosporine, apremilast, etanercept, infliximab, adalimumab, ustekinumab, secukinumab, and ixekizumab.

    Takes an evidence-based approach to hard-to-treat severe psoriasis.

    Discusses the newest drug therapies (such as ixekizumab), plus recent FDA-approved biosimilars, a topic unique to this particular psoriasis text.

    Presents combination approaches for instances when standard treatments are not successful.

    Includes an overview chapter to help beginners understand the nuances of the disorder.

    Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, images, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

     

  • 37000lei 350.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Amid today’s growing demand for cosmetic medicine, Guide to Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Procedures provides a reliable, up-to-date, and highly illustrated guide to the wide variety of aesthetic procedures commonly requested and performed in this fast-changing field. This easy-to-follow manual offers a quick, practical introduction to the optimal use of everything from botulinum toxin and deoxycholic acid to injectable fillers and laser and light devices.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1. Approach to the Aesthetic Patient

    2. Botulinum Toxin

    HISTORY

    BASIC SCIENCE

    COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE TOXINS IN THE UNITED STATES

    Diffusion

    Reconstitution

    Safe Handling

    Contraindications

    INJECTION TECHNIQUES

    TREATMENT OF DYNAMIC RHYTIDES

    Glabellar Complex

    Forehead Lines

    Lateral Canthal Lines

    Brow Lift

    Nasal Lines

    Nasal Tip Droop

    Perioral Lines

    Gummy Smile

    Frown Lines

    Masseter Hypertrophy

    Mental Crease

    Dimpled Chin

    Platysmal Bands

    TREATMENT OF HYPERHIDROSIS

    COMPLEXION ENHANCEMENT

    COMPLICATIONS

    ON THE HORIZON

    CONCLUSION

    3. Soft Tissue Augmentation

    HISTORY

    RHEOLOGY AND BIOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES

    FILLERS

    Hyaluronic Acid

    Poly-L-Lactic Acid

    Calcium Hydroxylapatite

    Fat Grafting/Autologous Fillers

    Permanent Fillers

    TECHNIQUES FOR INJECTION

    Anterograde Injection

    Retrograde Injection

    Linear Threading

    Serial Puncture

    Cross-Hatching

    Depot Injections

    ANATOMIC CONSIDERATIONS

    Upper Face

    Midface

    Lower Face

    Extrafacial

    SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR MALES

    COMPLICATIONS OF FILLER INJECTION

    Transient Sequelae

    Asymmetry

    Infections

    Displacement

    Nodules

    Tyndall Effect

    Serious Adverse Events

    Protocol to Address Vascular Occlusion via Filler

    CONCLUSIONS

    4. Laser and Light Devices in Aesthetic Medicine

    BACKGROUND

    INTENSE PULSED LIGHT

    VASCULAR LESION LASERS

    PIGMENTED LESION LASERS

    LASER TATTOO REMOVAL

    LASER HAIR REMOVAL

    ABLATIVE RESURFACING LASERS

    NONABLATIVE AESTHETIC LASERS

    SKIN-TIGHTENING DEVICES

    DEVICE THERAPY FOR HYPERHIDROSIS

    CONCLUSION

    5. Chemical Peels

    PREOPERATIVE (TABLE 5.2)

    History/Physical Examination

    Counseling

    Preprocedure Treatment

    Photographic Documentation

    OPERATIVE (TABLE 5.5)

    POSTOPERATIVE (TABLE 5.7)

    SUPERFICIAL CHEMICAL PEELS

    Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs)

    Salicylic Acid (SA)

    Trichloroacetic Acid (TCA)

    Jessner Solution (JS)

    MEDIUM-DEPTH CHEMICAL PEELS

    The Brody Peel

    THE MONHEIT PEEL

    The Coleman Peel

    DEEP CHEMICAL PEELS

    BODY PEELING

    COMPLICATIONS

    Pain

    Ocular Injuries

    Pruritus

    Infection

    Allergic Reactions

    Persistent Erythema

    Pigmentary Changes

    Milia

    Acneiform Eruptions

    Scarring

    SUMMARY

    6. Hair Loss: Established Treatments and Emerging Therapies

    ANDROGENETIC ALOPECIA

    Male Pattern Hair Loss

    Female Pattern Hair Loss

    ESTABLISHED TREATMENTS OF ANDROGENETIC ALOPECIA

    First-Line Treatments

    Second-Line Treatments for Androgenetic Alopecia

    Emerging Treatment for Androgenetic Alopecia

    HAIR TRANSPLANTATION

    Candidate Selection

    Operative Technique

    Creating Recipient Sites and Placing Grafts

    PRP and Hair Transplantation

    SUMMARY

    7. Treatment of Excess Fat

    LIPOSUCTION

    TUMESCENT TECHNIQUE FOR LOCAL ANESTHESIA

    Patient Selection and Preoperative Counseling

    Surgical Equipment

    Procedural Approach

    Postprocedural Care and Recovery

    Laser-Assisted Liposuction

    CRYOLIPOLYSIS

    Background and Clinical Development

    Procedural Approach

    Postprocedural Care and Recovery

    Potential Risks, Benefits, and Limitations

    OTHER DEVICES

    Radiofrequency

    Ultrasound

    DEOXYCHOLIC ACID

    Background

    Patient Selection and Preoperative Counseling

    Procedural Approach

    Postprocedural Care and Recovery

    Clinical Results

    Potential Risks, Benefits, and Limitations

    SUMMARY

    8. Vascular Treatments of the Lower Extremity

    LOWER EXTREMITY ANATOMY

    Deep Venous Compartment

    Superficial Venous Compartment

    Perforating Venous Compartment

    WORKUP FOR CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE

    TREATMENT OF CHRONIC VENOUS DISEASE

    Medical Management

    Endovenous Ablation: Thermal and Nonthermal

    Sclerotherapy

    Ambulatory Phlebectomy

    TREATMENT OF CHRONIC VENOUS ULCERS

    9. Cosmeceuticals

    SUNSCREENS

    RETINOIDS FOR ANTIAGING

    SKIN BLEACHING AGENTS

    PRODUCTS FOR SENSITIVE SKIN

    DISCUSSION

    10. Miscellaneous Aesthetic Procedures

    MICRODERMABRASION

    Introduction

    Devices

    Reported Uses

    Technique

    Treatment Pearls

    Risks and Contraindications

    Conclusion

    TREATMENT OF CELLULITE

    Introduction

    Etiology

    Clinical Evaluation and Physical Examination

    Cellulite Grading

    Interventions (Table 10.4)

    Physical Decompression Therapy

    Topical Therapies

    Radiofrequency Device Therapies

    Acoustic Wave Therapy

    Microfocused Ultrasound With Visualization

    Cryolipolysis

    Injectable Therapies

    Subcision Therapy

    Conclusion

    MICRONEEDLING

    Introduction

    Devices

    Clinical Uses

    Scarring

    Rejuvenation and Rhytides

    Melasma

    Alopecia

    Transdermal Drug Delivery

    Technique

    Risks and Contraindications

    Conclusion

    PLATELET-RICH PLASMA

    Introduction

    Mechanism

    Preparation of Platelet-Rich Plasma

    Platelet-Rich Plasma and Alopecia

    Nonscarring Alopecias

    Cicatricial Alopecias

    Platelet-Rich Plasma and Aesthetics

    Conclusion

    11. Minimally Invasive Aesthetic Surgical Procedures

    BLEPHAROPLASTY

    Preoperative Evaluation

    Physical Examination

    Anatomy

    Surgical Technique

    Complications

    FACELIFT

    Patient Evaluation

    Anatomy

    Surgical Technique

    Complications

    Adjunctive Procedures

    NECK LIFT

    Patient Evaluation

    Anatomy

    Procedures

    Complications

    THREAD LIFTING

    Patient Evaluation

    Technique

    Complications

    Outcomes

    CONCLUSION

    Index

     

  • 350.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Get practical guidance from renowned dermatologist Dr. Thomas Habif and his expert team of co-authors in this user-friendly, focused text. Written specifically for the non-specialist, this easy-to-follow reference offers precisely the diagnostic and treatment information you need to quickly identify the 250 skin disorders you’re most likely to see. It’s an ideal resource for any medical practitioner who’d rather treat than refer patients with skin disease, as well as an excellent review for board preparation.

    Features:

    Comprehensive yet concise, bullet-point format provides classification of primary, secondary, and special lesions, pediatric considerations, clinical pearls to guide decision making, and more.

    Disorders Index at the front of the book speeds you quickly to a desired topic, and the dermatologic drug formulary and "differential diagnosis by anatomical region and lesion" guide provide rapid access to essential clinical information.

    Easy-to-understand schematics indicate disease distribution across the body (from rare to common) for each key disorder.

    New To This Edition:

    Updated with the latest therapy options and expanded coverage of key topics, including drug reactions and tropical disease.

    Hundreds of new and never-before-published images (more than 1,000 photographs in all) clearly depict how skin disorders present at different stages.

    Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

    Table Of Contents:

    1 Topical Therapy
    2 Eczema
    3 Urticaria
    4 Acne, Rosacea and Related Disorders
    5 Psoriasis and Other Papulosquamous Diseases
    6 Bacterial Infections
    7 Sexually Transmitted Infections
    8 Viral Infections
    9 Fungal Infections
    10 Exanthems and Drug Reactions
    11 Hypersensitivity Syndromes and Vasculitis
    12 Infestations and Bites
    13 Vesicular and Bullous Diseases
    14 Connective Tissue Diseases
    15 Light-Related Diseases and Disorders Of  Pigmentation
    16 Benign Skin Tumors
    17 Premalignant and Malignant Non-Melanoma Skin Tumors
    18 Nevi and Malignant Melanoma
    19 Vascular Tumors and Malformations
    20 Hair and Nail Diseases
    21 Neonatal Disease
    22 Cutaneous Manifestations of Internal Disease
    23 Lasers in Dermatology
    24 Leishmaniasis
    25 Leprosy (Hansen’s Diseases)
    Appendices
    Index

       

     

     

  • 360.00 lei

    This book is a comprehensive guide to facial plastic and reconstructive surgery for surgeons and trainees. Divided into five sections, the text begins with an overview of basic techniques, analgesia and conscious sedation, and legal and psychosocial issues. The next section covers rhinoplasty, both aesthetic and medical, and section three discusses various aesthetic facial surgery procedures including browplasty, liposuction and scar revision. The following section examines non-surgical procedures such as chemical peels, Botox and fillers, and the book concludes with a section on reconstructive surgery including Mohs surgery, local flaps and grafts, cleft lip and palate, and craniomaxillofacial trauma. A question bank of more than 1000 questions and answers is included to assist revision and exam preparation. Authored by recognised experts from Canada and the USA, chapters feature multiple images and diagrams, as well as key points boxes for quick reference. Key points Comprehensive guide to facial plastic and reconstructive surgery Covers basic techniques, rhinoplasty, aesthetic facial surgery, non-surgical procedures, and reconstructive surgery Features a question bank of more than 1000 questions and answers Recognised author team from Canada and USA

  • 40500lei 360.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Intuitively organized by appearance rather than etiology, Lookingbill and Marks’ Principles of Dermatology, 6th Edition, by Drs. James G. Marks, Jr. and Jeffrey J. Miller, is a concise, abundantly illustrated everyday reference for dermatologic diagnosis and therapy. It offers expert guidance and overviews of essential information in dermatology, including key points, clinical pearls, differential diagnosis, and tables of first- and second-line treatments. Superb clinical photographs, full-color histopathology images, and corresponding cross-sectional line diagrams provide details on cause and condition.

    Features:

    Provides self-assessment case reviews to test mastery of important material, therapy options in highlighted boxes, and additional photos of uncommon presentations at the end of each chapter.

    Helps you arrive at an accurate differential diagnosis with numerous tables that rank skin diseases according to frequency of incidence and highlight clinical features.

    New To This Edition:

    Features new and expanded evidence-based treatment tables to keep you up to date with fast-changing treatments in dermatology and guide you toward the best treatments for your patients.

    Offers new coverage of common drug eruptions, as well as the latest therapies for common, difficult-to-treat skin disorders, such as acne, psoriasis, and eczema.

    Includes a more diverse range of skin color patient images throughout.

    Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

    Table Of Contents:

    Unit 1: Principles of Dermatology

    Chapter 1: Introduction

    Chapter 2: Structure and Function of the Skin

    Chapter 3: Principles of Diagnosis

    Chapter 4: Dermatologic Therapy and Procedures

    Unit 2: Growths

    Chapter 5: Epidermal Growths

    Chapter 6: Pigmented Growths

    Chapter 7: Dermal and Subcutaneous Growths

    Unit 3: Rashes with Epidermal Involvement

    Chapter 8: Eczematous Rashes

    Chapter 9: Scaling Papules, Plaques, and Patches

    Chapter 10: Vesicles and Bullae

    Chapter 11: Inflammatory Papules

    Chapter 12: Pustules

    Chapter 13: White Spots

    Unit 4: Dermal Rashes

    Chapter 14: Generalized Erythema

    Chapter 15: Localized Erythema

    Chapter 16: Specialized Erythema

    Chapter 17: Purpura

    Chapter 18: Dermal Induration

    Unit 5: Ulcers

    Chapter 19: Ulcers

    Unit 6: Hair and Nails

    Chapter 20: Hair Disorders

    Chapter 21: Nail Disorders

    Unit 7: Mucous Membrane Disorders

    Chapter 22: Mucous Membrane Disorders

    Unit 8: Diagnosis by Symptom

    Chapter 23: Skin Signs of Systemic Disease

    Chapter 24: Self-Assessment

       

     

     

  • Psoriasis, Second Edition
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    360.00 lei

    The new edition of a concise yet thorough illustrated review of the diagnosis and treatment of many forms of psoriasis now includes the many new therapies available and in development, as well as more material on psoriasis as a systemic disease and on comorbidities. This will be of interest to all dermatologists in training and practice, as well as primary care physicians.

  • Nail Disorders
    by Tosti
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    44000lei 400.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Get a quick, expert overview of nail diseases and procedures with this concise, practical resource. Dr. Antonella Tosti covers high-interest clinical topics including anatomy and physiology of the nail, benefits and side effects of nail cosmetics, nail diseases in children and the elderly, and much more.

    Features:

    Covers key topics such as nail psoriasis, nail lichen planus, onychomycosis, traumatic toenail disorders, self-induced nail disorders, the nail in systemic disorders, nail disorders in patients of color, and more.

    Includes basic nail procedures useful to students, residents, fellows, and practitioners.

    Consolidates today’s available information and experience in this important area into one convenient resource.

    Table Of Contents:

    Anatomy and Physiology of the Nail

    Nail Psoriasis

    Nail Lichen Planus

    Onychomycosis

    Nail Disease in Children

    Nail Diseases in the Elderly

    Traumatic Toenail Disorders

    Self-Induced Nail Disorders

    Nail Cosmetics Benefits and Side Effects

    Nail in Systemic Disorders

    Melanonychia

    Non Melanocytic Nail Tumors

    Nail Fragility

    Nail Dermoscopy

    Nail Disorders in Patients of Color

    Basic Nail Procedures

    Ingrowing Toenails

       

     

     

  • 55000lei 400.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Part of the practical and dynamic Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series, Botulinum Toxin, 4th Edition, brings physicians at all levels of experience up to speed with today’s best injection techniques. This well-organized text provides current, authoritative guidance on popular procedures including masseter hypertrophy and darker skin types, the therapeutic uses of botulinum toxins, and their future in dermatology. The renowned author team of Drs. Jean Carruthers and Alastair Carruthers offers evidence-based, procedural how-to's and step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade, so you can successfully incorporate the latest procedures into your practice.

    Features:

    Includes complete, clear descriptions and rationales for injection placement for facial and neck rejuvenation and hyperhidrosis, with high-quality videos demonstrating the techniques of injection.

    Addresses the differences in doses and particular characteristics among different botulinum toxin preparations in every chapter.

    Features a well-organized format with key points lists, pearls, and case studies as they appear in practice.

     

    New To This Edition:

    Contains new chapters throughout, plus new information on injectable daxibotulinumtoxinA (RT002), topical botulinum toxin type A and benzyl alcohol.

    Includes many new images and procedural videos that depict exactly how to perform the techniques.

    Expert Consult™ eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

    Table Of Contents:

    1 Therapeutic Uses of the Botulinum Toxins
    2 History of OnabotulinumtoxinA Therapeutic
    3 History of Cosmetic Botulinum Toxin
    4 Basic Science of BOTOX® Cosmetic
    5 AbobotulinumtoxinA: Science and Clinical Usage
    6 Basic Science: Xeomin®
    7 Basic Science: Myobloc®
    8 Neuronox® and Innotox®
    9 Injectable DaxibotulinumtoxinA (RT002)
    10 Comparison of Botulinum Toxins
    11 Topical DaxibotulinumtoxinA (RT001)
    12 Topical Botulinum Toxin Type A
    13 Reconstitution and Dilution
    14 Benzyl Alcohol
    15 Glabella
    16 Modulation of Eyebrow Position and Shape by Treatment with Neuromodulators and Fillers
    17 Frontalis and Horizontal Forehead Line
    18 Treatment of Crow’s Feet
    19 Infraorbital/Upper and Lower Eyelids
    20 Treatment of the Midface with Botulinum Toxin
    21 Orbicularis Oris, Mentalis, and Depressor Anguli Oris
    22 Platysma, Nefertiti Lift®, and Beyond
    23 The Masseters and their Treatment with Botulinum Toxin
    24 Darker Skin Types
    25 Combination Noninvasive Facial Aesthetic Treatments with Botulinum Toxin Type A
    26 Focal Axillary Hyperhidrosis
    27 Palmoplantar Hyperhidrosis
    28 The Future of Neuromodulators in Aesthetic Medicine

       

     

     

  • 47000lei 400.00 lei

    Test your dermatology knowledge and prepare to ace your exams with Self-Assessment in Dermatology: Questions and Answers. This all-new review resource follows the American Board of Dermatology exam blueprint, providing authoritative, up-to-date information on every aspect of the field. Seven practice tests have been carefully tailored for effective exam review by Yale authors who have had recent experience and success with the exam. Tests your knowledge with 560 questions and answers, both in print and online. All questions correspond to the blueprint of the ABD primary certification exam. Covers all topics you can expect to see on the boards, including general dermatology, pediatric dermatology, surgery/cosmetics, pathology, and science/research. Provides focused explanations for both correct and incorrect answers. Includes single best answer questions, case vignettes, and follow-up questions. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

  • Dermatology: Visual Recognition and Case Reviews
    Not yet published- 4 saptamani de la data aparitiei
    41500lei 405.00 lei

     


    NOT YET PUBLISHED - 12/04/2021

     

    Description:

     


    Ideal for dermatologists, dermatopathologists, and trainees of all levels, Dermatology: Visual Recognition and Case Reviews, 2nd Edition, presents classic visual clues that point you to the correct diagnosis - the key first step in effective management and care. This highly visual resource helps you hone your skills in visual recognition with a practical focus on images of clinical and histopathologic skin diseases rather than dense text. The unique format enhances your learning experience and offers clear examples of a successful framework that can be used when approaching a patient. 

     

    Table Of Contents:

     

    Introduction: Visual Intelligence

    PART 1: OVERVIEW

    1. Key concepts

    2. Differential diagnosis for given body sites and morphology

    3. Distribution - specific differentials

    PART 2: EPIDERMAL-BASED DISEASES

    4. Spongiotic/eczematous processes

    5. Psoriasiform rashes

    6. Small, scaly lesions

    7. Epidermal-based lesions

    PART 3: EPIDERMAL/DERMAL PROCESSES

    8. Epidermal injury/necrosis

    9. Purpura, small vessel vasculitis, and vascular occlusion

    10. Ulcers

    11. Epidermal neutrophils

    12. Vesiculobullous, numerous lesions

    13. Vesicles and papulopustules in infants

    14. Blistering, localized

    PART 4: DERMAL/DEEPER PROCESSES

    15. Follicular processes

    16. Dermal inflammation

    17. Deep soft tissue disorders: panniculitis and others

    18. Dermal-based lesions

    19. Dermal cysts/developmental anomalies

    20. Small papules secondary to a dermal process

    21. Dermal change due to deposition

    22. Sclerosing disorders

    PART 5: MISCELLANEOUS

    23. Helminths/arthropods

       

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    Description:

    Now thoroughly revised to reflect state-of-the-art advances in the fieldBotulinum Toxin in Facial Rejuvenation, 2nd Edition, covers the entire range of the use of botulinum toxin for cosmetic purposes. Dr. Kate Coleman offers practical guidance for safe handling, selection and assessment of patients, potential complications and pitfalls, and aesthetic techniques, as well as comparative modalities and long-term management. This is an ideal resource for anyone who offers this sought-after procedure, including cosmetic surgeons, oculoplastic surgeons, dermatologists, physician’s assistants, and registered nurses.

    • Features new, unique coverage of long-term management, picturing the same original patients 15 years later, as well as observations on how treatments should be adjusted as the patient gets older in order to respond to natural changes in bone density and underlying support structures.
    • Presents new knowledge on neuromodulation and how treatment can be used to ‘retrain’ expressions to provide fewer frowns lines and better facial symmetry.
    • Offers comparative information on other modalities such as laser and hyaluronic acid, as well as potential risk factors, so you can choose the best procedure for each patient.
    • Discusses the various forms of botulinum toxin currently available on the market, with an emphasis on Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport.
    • Uses full-color clinical photos of pre-, peri-, and post-operative results to illustrate nuances of techniques as well as the effectiveness of botulinum toxin on wrinkles and scars for the major facial areas.
    • Provides current guidelines on treatment methods and best practices for reconstitution and storage.
    • Discusses which patients may be at risk for adverse effects―or "worsening results"―and offers suitable alternatives.

     

     

    1.    Table of Contents

    2.    Copyright

    3.    Foreword to the First Edition 2003

    4.    Appreciation

    5.    Introduction

    6.    1.  Historical background

    7.    Abstract

    8.    Keywords

    9.    2.  Botulinum toxin: Mode of action and serotypes

    10. Abstract

    11. Keywords

    12. Muscular contraction: Normal cholinergic transmission (fig. 2.2)

    13. Mode of action of botulinum toxin (fig. 2.3)

    14. Serotypes

    15. 3.  Clinical indications and use

    16. Abstract

    17. Keywords

    18. Concentrations

    19. Onset of effect

    20. Diffusion and duration

    21. Economics

    22. 4.  Patient preparation and injection skills

    23. Abstract

    24. Keywords

    25. Presentation

    26. Reconstitution

    27. Injection

    28. Transport

    29. Aspiration

    30. Injection technique

    31. Skill development

    32. Patient skills

    33. Patient preparation

    34. Dosage

    35. Patient treatment

    36. Post injection

    37. Time

    38. 5.  Patient selection: The art of understanding neuromodulation and symmetry

    39. Abstract

    40. Keywords

    41. Resting tone

    42. Voluntary and involuntary movement

    43. Botulinum toxin as a powerful neuromodulator

    44. Seeing skills

    45. Control of botulinum toxin-a placement

    46. 6.  The art of patient selection and short- and long-term management

    47. Abstract

    48. Keywords

    49. How to identify suitable patients

    50. Selection process

    51. Initial physical assessment: Age and skin condition

    52. 7.  Contraindications and complications

    53. Abstract

    54. Keywords

    55. Absolute contraindications

    56. Relative contraindications

    57. Patient complaints

    58. Side effects

    59. 8.  Management of crow’s feet

    60. Abstract

    61. Keywords

    62. Patient examination

    63. What to look for when examining a patient

    64. Side effects of botulinum toxin treatment for crow’s feet

    65. Method of treatment

    66. 9.  Management of forehead wrinkles

    67. Abstract

    68. Keywords

    69. Anatomy of frown muscles

    70. Examination of brow/forehead rhytids

    71. Brow examination

    72. Principles of forehead rhytid treatment (see fig. 9.26)

    73. Recommended treatment of forehead wrinkles (see tables 3.4 and 3.5)

    74. Basic glabellar treatment (fig. 9.17)

    75. Advanced glabellar treatment

    76. Important considerations for glabellar treatment

    77. Basic frontalis treatment

    78. Different types of rhytids may be treated as follows:

    79. 10.  Treatment of the perioral region, the neck and scars

    80. Abstract

    81. Key words

    82. Ageing of the perioral region and neck

    83. Treatment

    84. Perioral indications

    85. Corner of mouth

    86. Botulinum toxin to the neck

    87. Botulinum toxin for scars

    88. Décolleté

    89. 11.  Other solutions

    90. Abstract

    91. Key words

    92. Introduction

    93. Hyaluronic acid and other fillers

    94. Indications

    95. Patient preparation

    96. Nasolabial folds

    97. Marionette lines

    98. Glabellar crease

    99. The upper lip

    100.              Scars

    101.              Crow’s feet

    102.              The chin

    103.              Cheeks

    104.              Laser resurfacing

    105.              Upper lid blepharoplasty

    106.              Lower lid blepharoplasty

    107.              Combination treatments

    108.              Lips

    109.              Frown

    110.              Face

    111.              Rejuvenation of the skin

    112.              Nonablative collagen stimulation

     

  • Alopecia
    by Miteva
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    47000lei 410.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Get a quick, expert overview of alopecia with this concise, practical resource. Dr. Mariya Miteva covers high-interest clinical topics including hair cosmeceuticals, new medications in clinical trials, off-label treatment technologies, and much more. It’s an ideal resource for dermatologists, dermatopathologists, students, fellows, and researchers interested in hair loss.

     

    Features:

    Presents rich visual information combined with expert opinions from the most renowned hair experts practicing today.

    Covers basic knowledge on healthy hair, hair pathology, and hair and scalp dermatoscopy (trichoscopy).

    Contains focused yet complete coverage of non-scarring alopecia, primary lymphocytic cicatricial alopecia, primary neutrophilic ciatricial alopecia, hair loss management, and miscellaneous hair disorders such as hair loss in children, hair and scalp infections, hair changes due to drugs, and more.

    Consolidates today’s available information and experience in this important area into one convenient resource.

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Healthy Hair (Anatomy, Biology, Morphogenesis, Cycling and Function)

    2. Hair Weathering

    3. Hair Pathology: The Basics

    4. Hair and Scalp Dermatoscopy (Trichoscopy)

    5. Non-Scarring Alopecia:

    5A. Alopecia Areata and Alopecia Areata Incognito

    5B. Androgenetic Alopecia

    5C. Telogen Effluvium

    5D. Trichotillomania

    6. Primary Lymphocytic Cicatricial Alopecia

    6A. Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia

    6B. Fibrosing Alopecia in a Pattern Distribution

    6C. Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia

    6D. Traction Alopecia

    6E. Lichen Planopilaris

    6F. Discoid Lupus Erythematosus

    7. Primary Neutrophilic Ciatricial Alopecia:

    7A. Folliculitis Decalvans

    7B. Dissecting Cellulitis of the Scalp

    7C. Acne Keloidalis Nuchae

    7D. Erosive Pustular Dermatosis of the Scalp

    8. Hair and Scalp Disorders Associated With Systemic Disease (Secondary Alopecia)

    9. Hair Loss in Children

    10. Hair and Scalp Infections

    11. The Itchy Scalp

    12. Scalp Psoriasis

    13. Hair Changes Due To Drugs

    14. Novel Treatment Modalities for Hair Loss

    15. Medications for Hair Loss in Clinical Trials

    16. Hair Cosmeceuticals

    17. Hair Supplements

    18. What Should The Hair Clinician Know About Hair Transplant?

       

     

  • The Dermatology Handbook: A Clinician's Guide
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    50500lei 410.00 lei

     

    Dermatology clinics are extremely fast-paced, and while the internet is useful, online resources can slow clinics down as it can often take lengthy amounts of time to obtain meaningful information.  Recognizing this problem, Dr. Vashi has developed, over the course of several years, a practical guide targeted towards practicing dermatologists, resident physicians, medical students, family practitioners, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. The Dermatology Handbook provides clinical information and quick solutions to common problems typically faced by dermatologists in a user-friendly and meaningful way. Designed to fit into a coat pocket, the content is presented as bulleted lists, along with tables and algorithms to allow busy clinicians to find the information they need rapidly. Featuring fill in the blank pages for users to personalize, this handbook is at once both comprehensive and succinct. Chapters include sections on the most common dermatologic complaints, differential diagnoses, laboratory techniques, dermoscopy, dermatologic emergencies, commonly used medications, pediatrics, surgery basics, and cosmetic pearls. Drug tables, guidelines, and algorithms for history taking and treatment approach also work to provide the reader with efficient usability.

     

    ·  1. The Basics: Skin Types, Definitions, and Differentials

    ·  2. Dermoscopy Basics

    ·  3. Diagnosing Bedside: Common Laboratory Techniques

    ·  4. An approach to Dermatopathology: Immunohistochemical and special stains

    ·  5. Dermatologic Emergencies

    ·  6. Common Skin Diseases: Quick Reference

    ·  7. Guidelines from the Academy

    ·  8. Commonly Used Drugs and Medication Guidelines

    ·  9. Pediatric Dermatology Practical Approaches and Prescribing Tips

    ·  10. Dermatologic Surgery

    ·  11. Cosmetic Pearls

  • Vitiligo, An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics, Volume 35-2
    by Harris
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    48000lei 420.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by John E. Harris, MD, PhD, is devoted to Vitiligo. Articles in this timely issue include: History of Vitiligo Management; Quality of Life/Burden of Disease; Comorbidities/Systemic Effects; Skin Cancer Risk (NMSC/Melanoma); Presentations, Signs of Activity, Differential Diagnosis; Segmental Vitiligo; Chemical-Induced Vitiligo; Medical Therapy and Maintenance of Vitiligo; Phototherapy and Combination Therapies for Vitiligo; Surgical Therapy; Depigmentation Therapy; Special Considerations in Children with Vitiligo; Role of Diet and Supplements in Vitiligo Management; Genetics; Pathogenesis and Emerging Treatments; and Repigmentation/Melanocyte Regeneration in Vitiligo.

  • 47000lei 420.00 lei

    Learn dermoscopy with this full-color, case-based self-assessment guide With 436 clinical and dermoscopic images and 218 progressively more difficult cases commonly encountered in general dermatologic practice, Dermoscopy: An Illustrated Self-Assessment Guide offers a unique checklist methodology for learning how to use dermosocpy to diagnose benign and malignant pigmented and non-pigmented skin lesions. Each high-quality, full-color clinical and dermoscopic image is presented with short history. Every case is followed by multiple-choice questions and three check boxes to test your knowledge of risk, diagnosis, and disposition. Turn the page, and the answers to the questions are provided in an easy-to-remember manner which includes the dermoscopic images being sown again. Circles, stars, boxes, and arrows appear in the image pointing out the important criteria of each case. FEATURES: • Cases involving the scalp, face, nose, ears, trunk and extremities, palms, soles, nails, and genitalia – many new to this edition • The concepts of clinic-dermoscopic correlation, dermoscopic-pathologic correlation, and dermoscopic differential diagnosis are employed throughout • Each case includes a discussion of all of its salient features in a quick-read outline style and ends with a series of dermoscopic and/or clinical pearls based on the authors’ years of experience • Key dermoscopic principles are re-emphasized throughout the book to enhance your understanding and assimilation of the teaching points • Two new chapters on trichoscopy and dermoscopy in general medicine • Updated material on pediatric melanoma, desmoplastic melanoma, Merkel cell carcinoma, invasive squamous cell carcinoma, and nevi and melanoma associated with decorative tattoos.

    Table of Contents:

    1. Dermoscopy from A to Z
    2. Scalp, Face, Nose, and Ears
    3. Trunk and Extremities
    4. Palms, Soles, Nails
    5. Genitalia

     


  • 46500lei 420.00 lei

     

    Description:

     

    This concise text presents the essential points of diagnosis and a quick guide to what are currently the best evidence-based practices in treatment methods. In addition to material on the diseases themselves, there are useful appendices on how to carry out ancillary procedures. Contents: Acute paronychia * Bowen disease * Brittle nails * Chronic paronychia * Eczema * Erythronychia * Glomus tumor * Hematomas * Herpes simplex * Ingrowing nail * Lichen planus * Melanoma * Melanonychias * Myxoid cysts * Onycholysis * Onychomatricoma * Onychomycosis * Onychotillomania * Psoriasis * Retronychia * Squamous cell carcinoma * Subungual exostosis * Trachyonychia * Transverse overcurvature * Warts * Yellow nail syndrome * Practical procedures * Preparing a biopsy specimen

     

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1. Acute Paronychia

    2. Bowen Disease

    3. Brittle Nails

    4. Chronic Paronychia

    5. Eczema

    6. Erythronychia

    7. Glomus Tumor

    8. Hematomas

    9. Herpes Simplex

    10. Ingrowing Nail

    11. Lichen Planus

    12. Melanoma

    13. Melanonychias

    14. Myxoid Cysts

    15. Onycholysis

    16. Onychomatricoma

    17. Onychomycosis

    18. Onychotillomania

    19. Psoriasis

    20. Retronychia

    21. Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    22. Subungual Exostosis

    23. Trachyonychia

    24. Transverse Overcurvature

    25. Warts

    26. Yellow Nail Syndrome

    Appendix A: Practical Procedures

    Appendix B: Preparing a Biopsy Specimen

    Index

     

  • 49600lei 430.00 lei

    All dermatologists and family physicians will want to have access to this text as an invaluable guide to the current practice of Dermoscopy, a quick and painless method of examining a patient's skin, hair, or nails, that has extended beyond screening for skin cancer to becoming a useful tool for quick diagnosis of a number of conditions and monitoring their treatment. 

    Key Features:

    ·        features use of dermoscopy in a comprehensive range of conditions

    ·        features a wealth of illustrative dermoscopic images

    ·        presents material in a practical ratio of images to text

    ·  1. Introduction to Dermatoscopy

    ·  1.1 Device

    ·  1.2 Basic Parameters

    ·  1.2.1 Colors

    ·  1.2.2 Basic Structures

    ·  1.3 Light Modes

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  2. Nevi

    ·  2.1 Common Nevi

    ·  2.1.1 Nevi of Trunk and Extremities

    ·  2.1.2 Scalp Nevi

    ·  2.1.3 Facial Nevi

    ·  2.1.4 Acral Nevi

    ·  2.1.5 Subungual Nevi

    ·  2.1.6 Mucosal Nevi

    ·  2.2 Spitz and Reed Nevi

    ·  2.2.1 Vessels and White Network (Nonpigmented Spitz Nevus)

    ·  2.2.2 Globules and White Network (Pigmented Spitz Nevus)

    ·  2.2.3 Starburst Pattern (Reed Nevus)

    ·  2.3 Blue Nevi

    ·  2.4 Special Nevus Types

    ·  2.4.1 Traumatized Nevus (Targetoid Hemosiderotic Nevus)

    ·  2.4.2 Eczematous Nevus (Meyerson Nevus)

    ·  2.4.3 Halo Nevus (Sutton Nevus)

    ·  2.4.4 Balloon Cell Nevus

    ·  2.4.5 Sclerosing Nevus (with Pseudomelanoma Features)

    ·  2.4.6 Recurrent Nevus

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  3. Melanoma

    ·  3.1 Conventional Melanoma

    ·  3.1.1 Melanoma of the Trunk and the Extremities

    ·  3.1.2 Facial Melanoma

    ·  3.1.3 Acral Melanoma

    ·  3.1.4 Subungual Melanoma

    ·  3.1.5 Mucosal Melanoma

    ·  3.2 Nodular Melanoma

    ·  3.3 Amelanotic Melanoma

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  4. Benign Nonmelanocytic Skin Tumors

    ·  4.1 Epithelial Skin Tumors

    ·  4.1.1 Solar Lentigo

    ·  4.1.2 Ink-Spot Lentigo

    ·  4.1.3 Seborrheic Keratosis

    ·  4.1.4 Lichen Planus–Like Keratosis

    ·  4.2 Vascular Tumors

    ·  4.2.1 Cherry Angioma

    ·  4.2.2 Angiokeratoma

    ·  4.2.3 Pyogenic Granuloma

    ·  4.2.4 Subcorneal and Subungual Hemorrhage

    ·  4.3 Tumors of the Fibrous Tissue

    ·  4.3.1 Dermatofibroma

    ·  4.4 Common Adnexal Tumors

    ·  4.4.1 Sebaceous Hyperplasia

    ·  4.4.2 Eccrine Poroma

    ·  4.5 Clear Cell Acanthoma

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  5. Malignant Nonmelanocytic Tumors

    ·  5.1 Basal Cell Carcinoma

    ·  5.1.1 Dermatoscopy and Histopathologic Subtype

    ·  5.1.2 Dermatoscopy and Response to Treatment

    ·  5.2 Keratinocyte Skin Cancer

    ·  5.2.1 Actinic Keratosis

    ·  5.2.2 Intraepidermal Carcinoma or Bowen’s Disease

    ·  5.2.3 Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    ·  5.2.4 Dermatoscopic Model of the Progression from Actinic Keratosis into Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    ·  5.3 Basosquamous Carcinoma

    ·  5.4 Merkel Cell Carcinoma

    ·  5.5 Atypical Fibroxanthoma and Malignant Fibrous Histiocytoma

    ·  5.6 Malignant Vascular Tumors

    ·  5.6.1 Kaposi Sarcoma

    ·  5.6.2 Angiosarcoma

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  6. Inflammatory Skin Diseases

    ·  6.1 Psoriasis

    ·  6.2 Dermatitis

    ·  6.3 Lichen Planus

    ·  6.4 Pityriasis Rosea

    ·  6.5 Discoid Lupus Erythematosus

    ·  6.6 Lichen Sclerosus and Morphea

    ·  6.7 Granulomatous Skin Diseases

    ·  6.7.1 Sarcoidosis and Lupus Vulgaris

    ·  6.7.2 Necrobiosis Lipoidica and Granuloma Annulare

    ·  6.8 Rosacea

    ·  6.9 Porokeratosis

    ·  6.10 Urticaria and Urticarial Vasculitis

    ·  6.11 Mastocytosis

    ·  6.12 Pigmented Purpuric Dermatoses

    ·  6.13 Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris

    ·  6.14 Pityriasis Lichenoides et Varioliformis Acuta

    ·  6.15 Prurigo Nodularis

    ·  6.16 Acquired Perforating Dermatoses

    ·  6.17 Grover’s Disease and Darier Disease

    ·  6.18 Mycosis Fungoides

    ·  6.19 Lymphomatoid Papulosis

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  7. Infectious Skin Diseases

    ·  7.1 Parasitoses

    ·  7.1.1 Scabies

    ·  7.1.2 Pediculosis

    ·  7.2 Viral Infections

    ·  7.2.1 Molluscum Contagiosum

    ·  7.2.2 Human Papillomavirus Infections

    ·  7.3 Other Infections

    ·  7.3.1 Tick Bites

    ·  7.3.2 Demodicosis

    ·  7.3.3 Leishmaniasis

    ·  7.3.4 Tinea Corporis

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  8. Trichoscopy

    ·  8.1 Noncicatricial Alopecias

    ·  8.1.1 Androgenetic Alopecia (Male and Female Pattern Hair Loss)

    ·  8.1.2 Alopecia Areata

    ·  8.1.3 Trichotillomania

    ·  8.1.4 Tinea Capitis

    ·  8.2 Primary Cicatricial Alopecias

    ·  8.2.1 Lichen Planopilaris

    ·  8.2.2 Discoid Lupus Erythematosus

    ·  8.2.3 Folliculitis Decalvans

    ·  8.2.4 Dissecting Cellulitis of the Scalp

    ·  8.3 Trichoscopy in Children

    ·  8.3.1 Temporal Triangular Alopecia

    ·  8.3.2 Loose Anagen Hair Syndrome

    ·  8.3.3 Aplasia Cutis

    ·  8.4 Hair Shaft Deformities

    ·  8.4.1 Monilethrix

    ·  8.4.2 Pseudomonilethrix or Pohl-Pinkus Constrictions

    ·  8.4.3 Trichorrhexis Nodosa

    ·  8.4.4 Trichorrhexis Invaginata

    ·  8.4.5 Trichoptilosis

    ·  8.4.6 Trichoschisis

    ·  8.4.7 Pili Torti

    ·  8.4.8 Pili Annulati

    ·  Bibliography

    ·  9. Special Clinical Scenarios

    ·  9.1 Pigmented Macules on the Face

    ·  9.2 Diagnosis and Management of Spitzoid-Looking Lesions

    ·  9.3 Management of Patients with Multiple Common Nevi and/or Clinically Atypical Nevi

    ·  9.4 Seven Rules to Not Miss Melanoma

  • Phototherapy,An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics, Volume 38-1
    by Buzney
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    48000lei 440.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Elizabeth A. Buzney, MD, is devoted to Phototherapy. Articles in this important issue include: Nuts and Bolts: Optimizing Narrowband UVB Phototherapy Regimens for Psoriasis; The (Lost) Art of Managing PUVA Phototherapy; Distinguishing Myth from Fact: Photocarcinogenesis and Phototherapy; How Does It Work: The Immunology underlying Phototherapy; Phototherapy for Vitiligo; Phototherapy in Skin of Color; Phototesting Protocols and Interpretation and Managing Photodermatoses with Phototherapy; Utilizing UVA-1 Phototherapy; Using Phototherapy in the Pediatric Population; Home Phototherapy; Phototherapy for Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma; Creating and Managing a Phototherapy Center; Phototherapy for Itch; Beyond the Booth: Excimer Laser for Cutaneous Conditions; and Feeling the Burn: Phototoxicity and Photoallergy.

  • 48000lei 440.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, Guest Edited by Dr. Neil S. Sadick, is devoted to Cosmetic Dermatology for Men. Articles in this outstanding and timely issue include: The Pathophysiology of the Male Aging Face and Body; Cosmetic Concerns Amongst Men; Cosmetic Concerns Amongst Ethnic Men; Cosmeceuticals for Male Skin Rejuvenation; Energy-based Devices in Male Skin Rejuvenation; The Use of Neurotoxins in the Male Face; Volumetric Structural Rejuvenation for the Male Face; Body Contouring in Men: Upper and Lower Body; Recent Advances in Hair Transplantation; New Generation Therapies for the Treatment of Hair Loss in Men; Combination Therapies for Male Body Rejuvenation; and Liposuction Considerations in Men.

  • 48000lei 440.00 lei

     

    Description:


    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Drs.Steven Feldman and Leah A. Cardwell, is devoted to Rosacea. Articles in this issue include: Rosacea Pathogenesis; Genetic Predisposition to Rosacea; Epidemiology of Rosacea and Severity in the Population; Psychosocial Burden and Other Impacts of Rosacea of Patients’ Quality of Life; Comorbidities of Rosacea; Rosacea Triggers, Alcohol and Smoking; Clinical Presentation/Classification of Rosacea and Variation in Different Fitzpatrick Skin Types; Rosacea Treatment Review; Medical Management of Facial Redness in Rosacea; Procedural Treatments for Rosacea; Ocular Rosacea; Rosacea Treatment Cost; and Coping with Rosacea.

    Table Of Contents:

    Rosacea - Table of Contents

    Preface: Complexities of Rosacea

    Rosacea Pathogenesis

    Genetic Predisposition to Rosacea

    Validity and Reliability of a Rosacea Self-Assessment Tool

    Measurement of Disease Severity in a Population of Rosacea Patients

    Psychosocial Burden and Other Impacts of Rosacea on Patients’ Quality of Life

    Rosacea Comorbidities

    Rosacea Triggers: Alcohol and Smoking

    Evaluating and Optimizing the Diagnosis of Erythematotelangiectatic Rosacea

    A Review of the Current Modalities for the Treatment of Papulopustular Rosacea

    Medical Management of Facial Redness in Rosacea

    Revisiting Rosacea Criteria: Where Have We Been, Where Are We Going, and How Will We Get There?

    Patient Costs Associated with Rosacea

    Coping Mechanisms and Resources for Patients Suffering from Rosacea

       

     

  • 48000lei 440.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Dr. John J. DiGiovanna, is devoted to Skin Science Contributions in Clinical Dermatology. Articles in this issue include Mosaic mTORopathies; CYLD: Cause and Therapeutic Target for Cylindromas; Current Status of Dedicator of Cytokinesis (DOCK), DOCK8, DOCK2; IL-22 relation to Tumor Aggression and Role of Cyclosporine; Dual Lineage of Dermal Fibroblasts and Potential for Scar Correction, Reformation of Adnexal Structures; Inflammasome Instigated Autoinflammatory Disorders; Pigment Cell Biology; Antimicrobial Peptides; and Choosing Friend or Foe? Commensal-specific tolerance.

  • 48000lei 440.00 lei

    Description:
    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, Guest Edited by Dr. Kenneth Tomecki, is devoted to Hot Topics in Dermatology. Experts across the field of dermatology come together to address recent advancements the practicing dermatologist needs to know. Articles within this issue will cover topics including: Cosmeceuticals; Acne; Alopecia; Atopic Dermatitis; Biologics and Psoriasis; Melanoma; Cosmetic Surgery; Contact Dermatitis; Connective Tissue Disease; Co-Morbidities in Dermatology; and Viral Diseases, such as Dengue, Chickungunya, and Zika.

    Table Of Contents:

    1. Cosmeceuticals: What’s Real, What’s Not
    2. Acne: What’s New
    3. Atopic Dermatitis: New Developments
    4. Biologics and Psoriasis: the Beat Goes On
    5. Melanoma Update
    6. What’s New in Cosmetic Surgery
    7. Contact Dermatitis: Emerging Trends
    8. Connective Tissue Disease: Current Concepts
    9. Co-Morbidities in Dermatology: What’s Real, What’s Not
    10. Going Viral 2018: Dengue, Chickungunya, Zika
    11. Skin Cancer as a Complication of Immunosuppression
    12. Granulomatous Diseases

       

     

  • 445.00 lei

     

    A facelift or rhytidectomy is cosmetic surgery to lift up and pull back the skin to make the face look tighter and smoother. The procedure is designed to reduce flabby or sagging skin around the lower half of the face and neck.  
    This book is a comprehensive guide to techniques in facelift surgery.
    Beginning with an overview of anatomy and physiology of the aging face and neck, the next chapter discusses preoperative evaluation and analysis.
    The following sections cover different facelift techniques dependent on patient requirements and ultimate goals for the surgery.
    The book concludes with discussion on potential complications and their management, and skincare rejuvenation.
    Edited by recognised US-based experts in the field, this invaluable text is further enhanced by more than 300 clinical and surgical photographs, diagrams and tables.

     


    Key points:

    • Comprehensive guide to techniques in facelift surgery
    • Covers various procedures and potential complications
    • Edited by US-based experts in the field
    • Highly illustrated with more than 300 photographs, diagrams and tables

     

    Table of Contents:

     

     

    1. Anatomy and Physiology of the Aging Face and Neck

    2. Preoperative Evaluation and Analysis of the Aging Face and Neck

    3. The SMAS Facelift

    4. The Extended SMAS Facelift

    5. The Deep Plane Facelift

     6. Short Scar Rhytidectomy

    7. The Mid-Face Lift (SOOF)

     8. Racial and Ethnic Considerations in Facelift

    9. Chin Implant Technique with Facelift

    10. Direct Excision of Submental Laxity

    11. Complications of Facelift and Necklift

    12. Skincare Rejuvenation with Facelift

  • 48000lei 450.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Drs. Darrell S. Rigel and Aaron S. Farberg, is devoted to Non-Invasive Technologies for the Diagnosis of Skin Cancer. Articles in this issue include: Current state and issues of clinical inspection; Tele-dermatology applications in skin cancer diagnosis; Enhancing skin cancer diagnosis with dermoscopy; Mole Mapping for management of pigmented skin lesions; Temporal image comparison (Serial Imaging) in assessing pigmented lesions; Multispectral digital skin lesion imaging and analysis; Using reflectance confocal microscopy in skin cancer diagnosis; Optical Coherence Tomography in the diagnosis of skin cancer; Electrical impedance spectroscopy in skin cancer diagnosis; The use of Raman Spectroscopy to detect and diagnose skin cancer; Applying high frequency ultrasound in the diagnosis of skin cancer; Proteomic mass spectrometery imaging for skin cancer diagnosis; Assessing skin cancer using epidermal genetic information retrieved by tape stripping; Smartphone-based applications for skin monitoring and melanoma detection; Detection of aberrations in cellular DNA in diagnosis and assessment of skin cancer; Assessing genetic expression profiles in melanoma diagnosis; Assessing genetic expression profiles in melanoma prognosis; and Integrating skin cancer related technologies into clinical practice.

  • 48000lei 450.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guested edited by Drs.Jonathan I. Silverberg and Nanette Silverberg, is devoted to Atopic Dermatitis. Articles in this outstanding issue include: How to Define Atopic Dermatitis; Public Health Burden and Epidemiology of Atopic Dermatitis; Long-term Course of Atopic Dermatitis; Allergic and Non-Allergic Comorbidities of Atopic Dermatitis; Patient-burden of Atopic Dermatitis; Assessment of Atopic Dermatitis Severity in Clinical Practice; An Update on the Pathophysiology of Atopic Dermatitis; Long-term Treatment of Atopic Dermatitis; Special Considerations for Management of Atopic Dermatitis in Young Children; Management of Adult Onset Atopic Dermatitis; Management of Atopic Hand Dermatitis; Adjunctive Management of Itch in Atopic Dermatitis; and Racial and Ethnic Differences of Atopic Dermatitis.

  • 48000lei 450.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Dr. Lindsay C. Strowd of Wake Forest Baptist Health, is devoted to the Intersection of Dermatology and Oncology. This issue focuses on Melanoma, Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer, Cutaneous Lymphoma, Other Cutaneous Malignancies, Special Topics in Skin Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment, Dermatology in the Diagnosis of Non-cutaneous Malignancy, Dermatology in the Management of Non-cutaneous Malignancy, and Genodermatoses with Neoplastic Behavior. Articles in this issue include: Update on current treatment recommendations for primary cutaneous melanoma; Nonsurgical treatments for advanced melanoma; Update on current treatment recommendations for NMSC; Nonsurgical treatments for NMSC; Diagnosis and management of CBCL; Diagnosis and management of CTCL; Lymphomatoid papulosis and other lymphoma-like diseases (PLC, PLEVA, CD30+ disease); Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans updates; Merkel cell carcinoma updates; Kaposi sarcoma updates; Skin cancer in skin of color patients; Skin cancer detection technology; Paraneoplastic diseases; Cutaneous metastases of internal tumors; Cutaneous side effects of chemotherapy agents; GVHD treatment updates; Phakomatoses (NF, TS); and Hereditary tumor syndromes with skin involvement (Gorlins, Lynch, XP, etc.).

  • 48000lei 450.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Drs. Divya Srivastava and Rajiv Nijhawan of UT Southwestern Medical Center, is devoted to Cutaneous Oncology and Dermatologic Surgery. Articles in this important issue include: Squamous cell carcinoma: updates on staging and management; AFX/UPS: updates on classification and management; EMPD: updates on management; Merkel Cell Carcinoma: updates on staging and management; The management of skin cancer in the elderly; Topical and systemic modalities for chemoprevention; Medications that increase risk for skin cancer development; Dermatologic surgery in the pregnant or lactating patient; Optimizing patient safety in dermatologic surgery; Perioperative antibiotic use in dermatologic surgery; Post-operative pain management in dermatologic surgery; Novel skin substitutes and surgical dressings; Optimizing the patient experience and patient satisfaction in dermatologic surgery; Surgical and Non-invasive Modalities for Scar Revision; and Pearls for dermatologic surgery in pediatric patients.

  • 450.00 lei

    Description:

    Trusted by generations of medical students, residents, and non-specialist practitioners, Sauer’s Manual of Skin Diseases continues the tradition of excellence in the fully updated 11th Edition. This bestselling dermatology manual provides full-color photographs, step-by-step instructions, and easy-to-follow algorithms for diagnosis and treatment of all common skin conditions.  The practical, user-friendly format consists of two distinct parts: the first part covers the diagnosis and management of the most commonly seen skin diseases.  The second part is a comprehensive Dictionary-Index to the entire field of dermatology, including rare diseases and unusual dermatologic terms.

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    SECTION I: FUNDAMENTALS OF DERMATOLOGY

    1 Structure of the Skin

    2 Laboratory Procedures and Tests

    3 Dermatologic Diagnosis

    4 Dermatologic Therapy

    5 Technologic Applications in Dermatology

    6 Fundamentals of Cutaneous Surgery

    7 Cosmetics for the Physician

    8 Dermatologic Allergy

    9 Drug Eruptions

    10 Ulcer Management: Evaluation and Care

    SECTION II: INFLAMMATORY SKIN DISEASES

    11 Atopic Dermatitis

    12 Pruritic Dermatoses

    13 Vascular Dermatoses

    14 Vasculitis

    15 Seborrheic Dermatitis, Acne, and Rosacea

    16 Psoriasis

    17 Other Papulosquamous Dermatoses

    18 Granulomatous Dermatoses

    19 Urticaria

    20 Dermatologic Parasitology

    21 Bullous Dermatoses

    22 Exfoliative Dermatitis

    23 Psychodermatology

    SECTION III: INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN THE SKIN

    24 Dermatologic Bacteriology

    25 Spirochetal Infections

    26 Dermatologic Virology

    27 Cutaneous Diseases Associated With Human Immunodeficiency Virus

    28 Dermatologic Mycology

    29 Sexually Transmitted Infections

    SECTION IV: TUMORS OF THE SKIN

    30 Tumors of the Skin

    31 Common Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers

    32 Melanoma

    33 Vascular Tumors

    34 Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma

    SECTION V: STRUCTURES ASSOCIATED WITH THE SKIN

    35 Diseases Affecting the Hair

    36 Diseases Affecting the Nail Unit

    37 Diseases of the Mucous Membranes

    SECTION VI: SPECIALIZED DISEASE CATEGORIES

    38 Skin Diseases in Ethnic Skin

    39 Military Dermatology

    40 Pigmentary Dermatoses

    41 Autoimmune Connective Tissue Diseases

    42 The Skin and Internal Disease

    43 Dermatologic Reactions to Ultraviolet, Visible Light, and Infrared Radiation

    44 Genodermatoses

    45 Pediatric Dermatology

    46 General Principles of Skin Aging

    47 Obesity and Dermatology

    48 Skin Disease in Transplant Patients

    49 Cutaneous Manifestations of Child Abuse

    50 Tropical Diseases of the Skin

    51 Sports Medicine Dermatology

    52 Cutaneous Signs of Bioterrorism

    53 Dermatoses of Pregnancy

    54 Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases and the Skin

    55 Where to Look for More Information About a Skin Disease

    Index

     

     

  • 55000lei 460.00 lei

    Part of the practical and dynamic Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series, Soft Tissue Augmentation, 4th Edition, brings you up to speed with today's best uses of traditional and new fillers. This well-organized text provides current, authoritative guidance on new and novel non-permanent fillers, darker skin, platelet-rich plasma, the tower technique, and much more. The renowned author team of Drs. Alastair and Jean Carruthers offers evidence-based, procedural how-to's and step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade, so you can successfully incorporate the latest procedures into your practice. Features a well-organized format with key points lists, pearls, and case studies as they appear in practice. Expert ConsultT eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices Contains new information on the Emervel� family, safe fat transplantation, permanent fillers, temple reflation, neck and chest, vascular compromise, and the tower technique of filler injection. Splits chapters into separate sections on different types of fillers for ease of reference, and includes a new section on complications. Includes many new images and procedural videos that depict exactly how to perform the techniques.

  • Acne: Causes and Practical Management 1st Edition
    La comanda in aproximativ 4 saptamani
    51000lei 460.00 lei

    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. Acne vulgaris is an extremely common condition. It is troublesome to manage, often persisting into middle age. Exact causes are becoming clear and include several hormonal stimulants, some triggered by the Western diet, and a pathogen ignored for decades. Acnes rosacea and inversa (hidradenitis suppurativa) are discussed from entirely new viewpoints.

    Acne: Causes and Practical Management will provide readers at all levels with a practical, well-illustrated approach to fully understanding these disorders; a faster and more cost-effective management regimen and the rationales for their prevention. In full colour throughout and with over 200 excellent clinical images, key highlights include:
    • Full coverage of all acne presentations – acne vulgaris, acne rosacea and acne inversa (hidradenitis suppurativa)
    • An integrated view of the causes of the varied and overlapping acnes
    • Preventive, novel and curative approaches to treatment
    • Medical, surgical, and dietary components of management, fully integrated
    • Highly practical focus on prevention, treatment and prophylaxis based on emerging pathogenetic concepts Brought to you by one of the world’s leading authorities on the subject, Acne: Causes and Practical Management will be a valuable re-education for the dermatologist and all those who treat or suffer from these three conditions.

  • 55000lei 470.00 lei

    Part of the practical and dynamic Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series, Lasers and Lights, 4th Edition, brings you up to speed with today's best methods for using laser light to treat skin disorders. This well-organized text by Drs. George J. Hruza and Elizabeth L. Tanzi provides current, authoritative guidance on popular procedures including laser hair removal, tattoo removal, acne scars, vascular lesions, non-ablative fractional laser rejuvenation, ablative laser resurfacing, and tissue tightening. Drs. George Hruza and Elizabeth Tanzi offer evidence-based, procedural how-to's and step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade, so you can successfully incorporate the latest procedures into your practice. Features a well-organized format with key points lists, pearls, and case studies as they appear in practice. Expert ConsultT eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, videos, and references from the book on a variety of devices. Includes expanded and updated chapters on non-surgical skin tightening and body contouring - two of today's most requested procedures. Contains new information on radiofrequency microneedling for skin rejuvenation and acne scar treatment, plus new details on the use of picosecond lasers for tattoo treatment and treatment of ethnic skin. Includes many new images and procedural videos that depict exactly how to perform the techniques.

  • 58900lei 471.00 lei

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    MICRONEEDLING

    A complete guide to microneedling and its varied roles in modern aesthetic medicine

    Microneedling is an increasingly common procedure in the day-to-day practice of dermatologists across the globe. Minimally invasive and requiring minimal downtime, the process can be used to address a range of cosmetic and dermatologic concerns, including rejuvenation of the skin, transdermal delivery of drugs, skin textural irregularities, luminosity, and treatment of dyschromia, m­elasma, and scarring. Treatment is administered with pens, rollers, and, stamps that have been designed to stimulate the release of growth factors and induce collagen production, working to enhance the appearance of patients of all ages and skin types.

    Edited by leading dermatologist Dr. Elizabeth Bahar Houshmand, Microneedling brings together practical instruction, top tips, and exciting new research to provide all those working in aesthetic medicine with an essential guide to this multifaceted procedure. The book includes a global approach and insightful discussion of topics including:

      The therapeutic benefit of microneedling when skin injury, disease, or aging causes aesthetic changes in the skin

      The advantages of microneedling, including its decreased risk of pigmentation changes or scarring compared with other procedures

      The practical skills and technology used in the implementation of different microneedling techniques

      Tips for applying microneedling to a wide range of skin types

      The use of microneedling to inject platelet-rich plasma

    Based upon the latest research and industry practices, Microneedling is an invaluable tool for all dermatologists, dermatologic surgeons, and other aesthetic medicine practitioners looking to provide their patients with the best possible care.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

    List of Editors and Contributors vi

    Preface ix

    1 Introduction to Microneedling 1
    Elizabeth Bahar Houshmand

    2 A Short History of Skin Needling 10
    Desmond Fernandes

    3 The Value of Medical Needling in Burn Scars 22
    Matthias Aust

    4 Skin Care Used with Microneedling 41
    Chytra V. Anand and Parinitha Rao

    5 Treatment of Hyperpigmentation with Microneedling 52
    Atchima Suwanchinda

    6 Treatment of Acne and Acne Scars with Microneedling 81
    Stuti Khare Shukla and Michael H. Gold

    7 Microneedling and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) 98
    Elizabeth Bahar Houshmand


     

  • Pruritus, An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics, Volume 36-3
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    474.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Dr. Gil Yosipovitch, is devoted to Pruritus (Itch). Articles in this issue include: Pathophysiology of Chronic Itch; Work-up of Chronic Itchy Patient; Management of Prurigo Nodularis; Chronic Pruritus in the Geriatric Population; Diagnosis and Management of Neuropathic Itch; Female Genital Itch; End Stage Renal Disease Chronic Itch and its Management; Management of Chronic Hepatic Itch; Pruritus in Scabies; Pruritus Associated with Targeted Cancer Therapies and Their Management; Pruritus in Lymphoma and its Management; Pruritus in Pregnancy and its Management; Pruritus in Connective Tissue Disorders; Immunomodulating Agents as Anti Pruritics; Psychogenic Pruritus and its Management; and Drugs on the Horizon for Chronic Itch.

  • 52700lei 480.00 lei

    Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology provides large, detailed full-color photographs of skin lesions in children, along with the latest management and treatment recommendations. Modeled after Fitzpatrick’s Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, this essential point-of-care companion delivers everything you need to confidently assess, diagnose, and manage diseases of the skin, hair, and nails in pediatric patients encountered in a busy clinical environment.

    For each illness or disorder you will find authoritative coverage of:

    Epidemiology

    Pathophysiology

    History

    Physical Examination

    Differential Diagnosis

    Laboratory Examinations

    Course and Prognosis

    Treatment and Prevention/Management (with approved pediatric dosages)

    One or two full-color photographs

    Featuring coverage that spans everything from disorders of blood and lymph vessels to cutaneous bacterial, viral, and fungal infections, the Third Edition of Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology is enhanced by completely updated content with a focus on treatment recommendations.

  • 500.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, Guest Edited by Drs. Giuseppe Micali and Francesco Lacarrubba, is devoted to Alternative Uses of Dermatoscopy. Articles in this outstanding issue include: Instruments in Dermatoscopy; Dermatoscopy of Parasitic and Infectious Disorders; Dermatoscopy of Common Inflammatory Disorders; Dermatoscopy of Granulomatous Disorders; Dermatoscopy of Lymphomas and Pseudolymphomas; Dermatoscopy of Cutaneous Vascular Lesions; Dermatoscopy of Adnexal Lesions; Trichoscopy Tips; Trichoscopy of Hair Shaft Disorders; Dermatoscopy of Nail Disorders; Dermatoscopy of Conjunctival Lesions; Dermatoscopy in Pediatric Dermatology; Dermatoscopy of Inflammatory Genital Diseases: Practical Insights; Dermatoscopy in Brown Skin; and Dermatoscopy and Reflectance Confocal Microscopy Correlations.

  • 500.00 lei

    This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Dr. Seemal R. Desai of The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, is devoted to Therapeutic Hotline: New Developments in Dermatology. Articles in this timely issue address updates in psoriasis, hair loss, nail diseases, photoprotection, melanoma, pediatric dermatology, pigmentary disorders, women's skin health, acne, atopic dermatitis, bullous diseases; rosacea, and genetic skin diseases.

  • 60000lei 500.00 lei

    Improve your dermatological diagnostic accuracy. 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 isolation don’t always yield answers. But when considered together, the clinical pattern and the histopathology, then diagnosis can become clearer. In this process the diagnostic impact of histopathology may be decisive or just confirmative to the clinical differential diagnosis. The structure of the book follows a basic approach to morphology, which is overall orientation at scanning magnification first, then identifying a prototypic pattern, and finally finding the essential diagnostic clue(s) under high power magnification. Dermatopathology: Practical Differential Diagnosis by Clinicopathologic Pattern provides top quality images to correlate clinical presentations with histopathologic features. Annotated images highlight subtle indications that can clinch the diagnosis. Concise, bullet-pointed text provides further context. Written by internationally renowned authors, the book is ideal for anyone involved in the diagnosis of skin disease.

  • 58200lei 530.00 lei

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    This book offers a detailed, practical guide to incorporating minimally invasive cosmetic surgery into dental practice.  Chapters thoroughly examine all aspects of using these materials in practice, and present step-by-step techniques for injecting and placing neurotoxins and fillers, with specific recommendations for product selection and in-depth information on case management.  Anatomical drawings and clinical photographs depict the procedures and concepts described. 

    From patient evaluation, treatment planning, and product selection to techniques, managing complications, and marketing the service, Neurotoxins and Fillers in Facial Esthetic Surgery provides a complete resource for using these techniques in practice.  Coverage encompasses facial anatomy, neurotoxins, cosmetic fillers, hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, Radiesse™ calcium hydroxylapatite injectable filler, pearls and pitfalls, and how to build your practice. 

    ·         Offers a complete but easy-to-use-reference on all aspects of how to set up a minimally invasive cosmetic facial surgery service within an oral and maxillofacial surgery practice

    ·         Surveys the range of products available in detail from an objective viewpoint

    ·         Presents how-to techniques for injecting and placing neurotoxins and fillers 

    Neurotoxins and Fillers in Facial Esthetic Surgery is an essential reference for any oral and maxillofacial surgeon or general dentist wishing to add minimally invasive cosmetic surgery to their repertoire.


    TABLE OF CONTENTS:

    List of Contributors xi

    Foreword xiii

    About the Companion Website xv

    1 Facial Anatomy and Patient Evaluation 1
    Timothy Osborn and Bradford M. Towne

    1.1 Facial Anatomy 1

    1.2 Anatomy of Facial Skin 1

    1.3 Anatomy of the Superficial Fat Compartments 2

    1.4 Anatomy of the Facial Fasciae 3

    1.5 Anatomy of the Facial Mimetic Muscles 5

    1.6 Anatomy of the Deep Facial Fat Compartments 7

    1.7 Anatomy of the Ligamentous Structures (Retaining Ligaments) of the Face 8

    1.8 The Blood Supply of the Face 10

    1.9 The Aging Face 10

    1.10 Patient Selection, Assessment, Records 13

    1.11 Patient Selection and Assessment 14

    1.12 Treatment Sequencing 15

    References

    2 Neurotoxins: The Cosmetic Use of Botulinum Toxin A 19
    Jon D. Perenack and Shelly WilliamsonEsnard

    2.1 Botulinum Neurotoxins Introduction 19

    2.2 Botulinum Toxins Physiology and Characteristics 20

    2.3 Manufacturing Process 20

    2.4 Clinical Usage 24

    2.4.1 Age of Patient Treated 25

    2.4.2 Storage and Preparation of BoNTA 26

    2.4.3 Patient Preparation and General Injection Tips 28

    2.4.4 Treatment Recommendations for Specific Areas 30

    2.4.4.1 Glabella 30

    2.4.4.2 Forehead 32

    2.4.4.3 Crow’s Feet – Lateral Orbital Lines 32

    2.4.4.4 Indirect Browlift 35

    2.4.4.5 Correcting Brow Asymmetry 35

    2.4.4.6 Other Midface Techniques: Bunny Lines 36

    2.4.4.7 Perioral Modifications with BoNTA 36

    2.4.4.8 Treatment of Platysmal Bands 39

    2.5 Treating Facial Asymmetries Secondary to Muscle Paralysis 41

    2.6 Post treatment Recommendations and Complications 41

    2.7 Conclusion 42

    References 43

    3 Cosmetic Fillers 47
    Alexandra Radu and Faisal A. Quereshy

    3.1 History of Cosmetic Fillers 47

    3.1.1 Emergence of Autologous Fillers 48

    3.1.2 Emergence of Nonautologous Fillers 48

    3.1.2.1 Silicones 49

    3.1.2.2 Bovine Collagen 49

    3.1.2.3 Porcine Collagen 49

    3.1.2.4 Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) 49

    3.1.2.5 Hyaluronic Acid 50

    3.1.2.6 Dextran Beads in Hyaluronic Acid 50

    3.1.2.7 Polyllactic Acid 50

    3.1.2.8 Calcium Hydroxylapatite 50

    3.1.2.9 Polyvinyl Microspheres Suspended in Polyacrylamide 51

    3.1.2.10 Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) 51

    3.1.2.11 Polyoxyethylene and Polyoxypropylene 51

    3.2 Classification 51

    3.2.1 Biodegradable Facial Fillers 51

    3.2.2 Autologous and Allogeneic Facial Fillers 51

    3.2.3 Xenograft Facial Fillers 53

    3.2.4 Synthetic Facial Fillers 53

    3.2.5 Nonbiodegradable Facial Fillers 53

    3.3 Ease of Use 53

    3.4 Benefits 55

    3.5 Complications 58

    References 61

    4 Hyaluronic Acid Dermal Fillers 63
    Tirbod Fattahi and Salam Salman

    4.1 Introduction 63

    4.2 Hyaluronic Acid 63

    4.3 Available Products 64

    4.4 Clinical Indications 64

    4.5 Injection Techniques 64

    4.6 Selection Process 65

    4.7 Reversibility of HA Fillers 65

    4.8 Clinical Scenarios 66

    4.8.1 Nasolabial Grooves 66

    4.8.2 Lips 66

    4.8.3 Tear Troughs 66

    4.8.4 Glabella 67

    4.9 Post Injection Instructions 68

    4.10 Longevity of HA Fillers 68

    4.11 Conclusion 69

    References 69

    5 Radiesse™ Calcium Hydroxylapatite Injectable Filler 71
    Nikita Gupta, Onir L. Spiegel, and Jeffrey H. Spiegel

    5.1 Treatment in Practice 72

    References 74

    6 Pearls and Pitfalls of Neurotoxins and Facial Fillers 75
    Raffi Der Sarkissian

    6.1 Pearls and Pitfalls in Neurotoxin Use 75

    6.2 Neurotoxin Preparation and Storage 75

    6.3 Choice of Syringes and Needles 76

    6.4 Basic Injection Principles 77

    6.5 Specific Injection Pearls Based on Injection Site 78

    6.5.1 Glabellar Techniques 78

    6.5.2 Forehead Techniques 80

    6.5.3 Periorbital Techniques 81

    6.5.4 Treatment of Bunny Lines 83

    6.5.5 Depressor Anguli Oris Techniques 83

    6.5.6 Perioral Techniques 83

    6.5.7 Levator Labii Superioris alaeque Nasi 84

    6.5.8 Techniques for Chin Dimpling 85

    6.5.9 Treatment of Platysmal Bands 85

    6.5.10 Treatment for Masseter Hypertrophy 86

    6.6 Neurotoxin Complications 87

    6.7 Cosmetic Facial Fillers: Pearls and Pitfalls 88

    6.8 Technical Pearls 91

    6.9 Needles vs. Cannulas 92

    6.10 Specific Injection Pearls 92

    6.10.1 Fine Lines 92

    6.10.2 Melolabial Groove 92

    6.10.3 Labiomandibular Groove 93

    6.10.4 Pre Jowl Sulcus 93

    6.10.5 Labiomental Groove 93

    6.10.6 Midface Volumization 94

    6.10.7 Temporal Hollows 96

    6.10.8 Lips 97

    6.10.9 Nasojugal Groove 97

    6.11 Complications of Facial Fillers 99

    6.11.1 Bruising 99

    6.11.2 Nodules 99

    6.11.3 Overcorrection 99

    6.11.4 Tyndall Effect 100

    6.11.5 Calcium Hydroxylapatite 100

    6.11.6 Sculptra 100

    6.11.7 Granuloma Formation 100

    6.11.8 Vascular Compromise 100

    References 102

    7 Building Your Practice 103
    Jay R. Levine

    7.1 Internet Marketing: What’s in it for you? 103

    7.2 Promoting Your Practice: Formulating a Strategy 103

    7.3 Website Design Companies 104

    7.4 Building Your Brand 104

    7.5 Print Marketing 104

    7.6 Website Design: Choosing a Designer 104

    7.6.1 Other Items to Consider when Choosing a Website Designer 105

    7.6.2 Designing Your Website 106

    7.6.2.1 Connect with the User 106

    7.6.2.2 Outside Perspective 106

    7.6.2.3 Accuracy 106

    7.6.2.4 Doctor Bios – How Important Are They? 106

    7.6.2.5 Accessibility 106

    7.6.2.6 Additional Features 107

    7.6.3 SEO: More on Search Engines 107

    7.6.3.1 Five Basic SEO Steps you can Take Yourself 107

    7.6.3.2 Blogging 108

    7.6.3.3 SEO: When to Call in the Experts 108

    7.6.4 Online Ads: PPC with Google AdWords 108

    7.6.4.1 Managing AdWords 108

    7.6.5 Social Media: Getting Started 108

    7.6.5.1 The Three Es of Social Marketing 108

    7.6.5.2 How to Gain Followers 109

    7.6.5.3 Facebook 109

    7.6.5.4 Instagram 109

    7.6.5.5 Twitter 109

    7.6.5.6 YouTube 109

    7.6.5.7 Pinterest 110

    7.6.5.8 LinkedIn 110

    7.7 Protecting Your Practice Online 110

    7.8 Internet Marketing: Measuring Your Progress 110

    7.9 Marketing Is Communication 110

    References 111

    Index 113

     

  • 530.00 lei

     This book is a practical guide to the diagnosis of dermatologic disorders. Each section presents clinical cases, followed by questions and answers, then an explanation of the clinical diagnosis and further investigations. The text covers numerous different skin disorders, both common and rare, and details recent advances in the field. Topics are presented with an algorithmic approach to assist trainees in preparation for exams. The comprehensive text is highly illustrated by clinical photographs and tables to enhance learning. 

  • 61500lei 550.00 lei

     

    This extensively revised second edition provides an up-to-date and highly informative textbook on psoriasis. The understanding of the mechanisms behind the disease and the available treatment options have continued to develop rapidly in recent times, with this vital resource covering the latest in these management options, including targeted T-cell therapy, the use of immunomodulators, systemic therapies, and ultraviolet and laser therapy. In addition, it provides a detailed overview of the pathophysiology, comorbidities, epidemiology and triggers of the disease.

    Advances in Psoriasis: A Multisystemic Guide extensively details the scientific basis and practice management of psoriasis. It is therefore a vital resource for practicing and trainee dermatologists looking to develop their clinical knowledge of how to manage and treat these patients.

     

  • 63500lei 570.00 lei

    Features

    *contains a full range of information from basic to rare conditions
    *contains new chapters on information management
    * features colour illustration throughout

    Summary

    There are many emergencies that the dermatologist needs to address and many cutaneous diseases in the emergency room that require rapid dermatologic consultation. The dermatologist is frequently the first physician to examine such patients before a hospital admission and also the first to identify a critical situation, stabilize the patient, and choose urgent and appropriate intervention. Both the practicing dermatologist and the emergency physician will benefit from the revised and updated edition of this text from top international dermatologists, enabling them to hone their diagnostic skills, expand their knowledge and understanding of pathologic events, and learn treatment options available for acute life-threatening skin diseases in this complicated and multifaceted field.

  • 71000lei 570.00 lei

     

    Description:

    Designed with practical usability in mind, Comprehensive Dermatologic Drug Therapy, 4th Edition, helps you safely and effectively treat the skin disorders you’re likely to see in your practice. Dr. Stephen E. Wolverton and new associate editor Dr. Jashin J. Wu lead a team of global experts to bring you concise, complete guidance on today's full spectrum of topical, intralesional, and systemic drugs. You’ll prescribe with confidence thanks to expert coverage of which drugs to use, when to use them, and adverse effects to monitor.

    Table Of Contents:

    Part I: Introduction

    1 Basic Principles of Pharmacology

    2 Principles for Maximizing the Safety of Dermatologic Drug Therapy

    3 Polymorphisms: Why Individual Drug Responses Vary

    4 Adherence to Drug Therapy

    5 Medical Decision Making

    Part II: Important Drug Regulatory Issues

    6 The FDA Drug Approval Process

    7 Pharmacovigilance: Verifying that Drugs Remain Safe

    8 Drugs Taken Off the Market: Important Lessons Learned

    Part III: Systemic Drugs for Infectious Diseases

    9 Systemic Antibacterial Agents

    10 Systemic Antifungal Agents

    11 Systemic Antiviral Agents

    12 Systemic Antiparasitic Agents

    Part IV: Systemic Immunomodulatory Drugs

    13 Systemic Corticosteroids

    14 Methotrexate

    15 Azathioprine

    16 Mycophenolates

    17 Cyclosporine

    18 Phosphodiesterase-4 and Janus Kinase Inhibitors

    19 Cytotoxic Agents

    20 Dapsone

    21 Antimalarial Agents

    22 Systemic Retinoids

    Part V: Drugs Used in Conjunction with UV or Visible Light

    23 Psoralen Plus Ultraviolet A Photochemotherapy and Other Phototherapy Modalities

    24 Extracorporeal Photochemotherapy (Photopheresis)

    25 Photodynamic Therapy

    Part VI: Biologic Therapeutics

    26 Tumor Necrosis Factor Inhibitors

    27 Interleukin 12/23 Inhibitors

    28 Interleukin 17 Inhibitors

    29 Interleukin 23 Inhibitors

    30 Rituximab

    31 Additional Biologic Therapeutics: Dupilumab, Omalizumab, Others

    Part VII: Miscellaneous Systemic Drugs

    32 Antihistamines

    33 Vasoactive and Antiplatelet Agents

    34 Antiandrogens and Androgen Inhibitors

    35 Psychotropic Agents

    36 Intravenous Immunoglobulin Therapy

    37 Systemic Anticancer Agents: Dermatologic Indications and Adverse Events

    38 Hedgehog Pathway Inhibitors

    39 Drugs for the Skinternist

    40 Miscellaneous Systemic Drugs

    Part VIII: Topical Drugs for Infectious Diseases

    41 Topical Antibacterial Agents

    42 Topical Antifungal Agents

    43 Topical and Intralesional Antiviral Agents

    44 Topical Antiparasitic Agents

    Part IX: Topical Immunomodulatory Drugs

    45 Topical Corticosteroids

    46 Topical Retinoids

    47 Topical and Intralesional Chemotherapeutic Agents

    48 Topical Calcineurin Inhibitors

    49 Topical Vitamin D3

    Part X: Miscellaneous Topical Drugs

    50 Sunscreens

    51 Therapeutic Shampoos

    52 a-Hydroxy Acids

    53 Chemical Peels

    54 Products for the Care of Chronic Wounds

    55 Agents Used for Treatment of Hyperkeratosis

    56 Irritants and Allergens: When to Suspect Topical Therapeutic Agents

    57 Miscellaneous Topical Agents

    Part XI: Injectable and Mucosal Routes of Drug Administration

    58 Local Anesthetics

    59 Injectable Dermal and Subcutaneous Fillers

    60 Botulinum Toxin Injections

    61 Oral Mucosal Therapeutics

    Part XII: Major Adverse Effects From Systemic Drugs

    62 Hepatotoxicity of Dermatologic Drug Therapy

    63 Hematologic Toxicity of Drug Therapy

    64 Drug-induced Malignancy

    65 Dermatologic Drugs During Pregnancy and Lactation

    66 Drug Interactions

    67 Cutaneous Drug Reactions With Systemic Features

    Part XIII: Special Pharmacology and Therapeutics Topics

    68 Informed Consent and Risk Management

    69 Compounding in Dermatology

    70 Dermatologic Drug Therapy in Children

    Appendix I Core Questions for Understanding Systemic Dermatologic Drugs

    Appendix II The Most Potentially Serious Drug Interactions

     

     

  • Lasers and Light, Peels and Abrasions
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    74000lei 600.00 lei

    I found this a useful reference for obtaining objective information on the differences between similar devices used to address a particular condition. Physicians contemplating purchasing lasers an