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The Color Atlas of Family Medicine / Edition 1

The Color Atlas of Family Medicine / Edition 1

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by Richard Usatine, Mindy Ann Smith, Jr.,E.J. Mayeaux E.J., Heidi Chumley, James Tysinger

ISBN-10: 0071474641

ISBN-13: 9780071474641

Pub. Date: 10/27/2008

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing

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A Doody's Core Title for 2011!

Praise for The Color Atlas of Family Medicine for iPhone and iPad!

"While there is no shortage of quality medical applications available for iPhone and iPad, there are very few that offer the quality and breadth of


Visit www.atlasoffamilymedicine.com for sample chapters, images, the full table of contents, and more!

A Doody's Core Title for 2011!

Praise for The Color Atlas of Family Medicine for iPhone and iPad!

"While there is no shortage of quality medical applications available for iPhone and iPad, there are very few that offer the quality and breadth of information that you’ll find in The Color Atlas of Family Medicine....Bottom Line: The Color Atlas of Family Medicine for iPhone and iPad is a truly comprehensive resource for family physicians, general practitioners, internal medicine residents and medical students alike."—Tapscape

From a JAMA Review

"This book was a genuine treat to review. The more than 1000 pages are chock full of figures and photographs illustrating virtually every illness seen by a family physician or other specialist. But this book, edited by 4 family physicians and an obstetrician-gynecologist, is much more than simply a pictorial atlas. Various chapters are written by family physicians as well as specialists.

"The Color Atlas of Family Medicine is a comprehensive visual guide to daily patient care. It will be valuable to medical students, residents, and all practicing physicians. I recommend that it be included in the library of every family medicine residency program. It is an excellent reference and it will be enjoyed by anyone who reads the patient stories or anyone who just wants to look at the figures and photographs. I think this book is a classic example of why the Internet will try but never take the place of a well-written hardbound textbook."


"The Color Atlas of Family Medicine is a wonderful compendium of 1500 clinical images supported by comprehensive, evidence-based information useful to any clinician. It is the kind of book that many of us who practice clinical medicine had hoped to find, but never succeeded; that is, until now. Whereas this book will definitely appeal to those who love to examine clinical photographs, it is also an excellent resource for almost every topic encountered in a standard primary practice....In this day and age when new products must compete with the convenience of computer-generated information, this atlas has a unique competitive edge. This entertaining and useful 1095-page resource is available 24/7, regardless of whether or not the electricity is running. I have a very rural practice and this atlas has become an invaluable adjunct to my database of information at hand. In my opinion, it is underpriced and well worth the investment. It makes a wonderful gift to any student of medicine or clinician and will entertain and educate for years. I am truly grateful for its creation."—The Permanente Journal


"This is what a modern textbook should be. It is concise yet comprehensive in the breadth of topics and, as the title suggests, robust with color photographs of extraordinarily good quality.

"The editors state clearly in the preface that family physicians see a wide variety of conditions that lend themselves to an atlas such as this, and they support the pictures with evidence-based information, which makes this book so worthwhile and valuable. The editors and contributors balance the images and text, in an extremely useful way.

"Although the title puts the focus on family physicians, the book clearly is a tremendous resource for all, including internal medicine practitioners, students, and those in every specialty who may only rarely encounter some of these conditions. The list of contributors is extensive and well balanced, bringing together experts from all specialties of medicine.

"By far, this is one of the best, most useful textbooks I have seen in a very long time. It is a must for the library of every primary care physician."
Doody's Review Service

1500 superb clinical photographs covering the full scope of family medicine

The Color Atlas of Family Medicine features 1500 full-color photographs depicting both common and uncommon appearances of diseases and presentations that clinicians encounter every day. No other resource offers such a comprehensive collection of these diagnosis-speeding images as this essential atlas.

No matter what the presentation, all the visual guidance you need for successful patient management is right here at your fingertips.


  • Complete coverage of relevant visual presentations that clinicians see and often struggle with in their day-to-day practice
  • Organized and indexed by organ system, disease, morphology, and region—ideal for quickly finding the images and text you need at the point-of-care
  • Evidence-graded, quick access treatment recommendations in an user-friendly format to help you provide up-to-date care for your patients
  • Insightful legends with each photograph provide diagnostic pearls to increase your clinical observational skills
  • Color pictures of skin conditions, eye problems, women's health issues, oral diseases, infectious diseases, endoscopies, dermoscopies, orthopedic and rheumatologic conditions fill the book with images that enhance your clinical experience and skills
  • An encyclopedic array of colorful, high quality clinical photographs

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    Table of Contents

    1. An Atlas to Enhance Patient Care, Learning, and Teaching
    2. Patient—Physician Relationship
    3. Family Planning
    4. Pregnancy and Birth
    5. End of Life
    6. Social Justice
    7. Child Physical Abuse
    8. Child Sexual Abuse
    9. Intimate Partner Violence
    10. Adult Sexual Assault
    Section 1: External Eye
    11. Pterygium
    12. Hordeolum and Chalazion
    13. Scleral and Conjunctival Pigmentation
    14. Corneal Foreign Body/Abrasion
    15. Conjunctivitis
    16. Scleritis and Episcleritis
    Section 2: Internal Eye
    17. Uveitis and Iritis
    18. Glaucoma
    19. Diabetic Retinopathy
    20. Hypertensive Retinopathy
    21. Papilledema
    22. Age-Related Macular Degeneration
    23. Eye Trauma—Hyphema
    24. The Red Eye
    Section 1: Ear
    25. Acute Otitis and Otitis Media with Effusion
    26. Otitis Externa
    27. Ear: Foreign Body
    28. Chondrodermatitis Nodularis Helicis and Preauricular Tags
    Section 2: Nose and Sinus
    29. Nasal Polyps
    30. Sinusitis
    Section 3: Mouth and Throat
    31. Angular Cheilitis
    32. Torus Palatinus
    33. Scarlet Fever and Strawberry Tongue
    34. Pharyngitis
    35. The Larynx (Hoarseness)
    36. Black Hairy Tongue
    37. Geographic Tongue (Benign Migratory Glossitis)
    38. Gengivitis and Periodontal Disease
    39. Gingival Hyperplasia
    40. Aphthous Ulcer
    41. Leukoplakia
    42. Oral Cancer
    43. Early Childhood Caries
    44. Adult Dental Caries
    Section 1: Central
    45. Coronary Artery Disease
    46.Congestive Heart Failure
    47. Pericardial Effusion
    48. Bacterial Endocarditis
    Section 2: Peripheral
    49. Clubbing
    50. Venous Insufficiency
    51. Community-Acquired Pneumonia
    52. Tuberculosis
    53. Pulmonary Embolus
    54. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
    55. Lung Cancer
    56. Peptic Ulcer Disease
    57. Gastric Cancer
    58. Liver Disease
    59. Gallstones
    60. Colon Polyps
    61. Colon Cancer
    62. Ulcerative Colitis
    63. Hemorrhoids
    64. Urinary Sediment—Hematuria, Pyuria, and Casts
    65. Kidney Stones
    66. Hydronephrosis
    67. Polycystic Kidney Disease
    68. Renal Cell Carcinoma
    69. Bladder Cancer
    Section 1: Pregnancy
    70. Skin Findings in Pregnancy
    71. Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy (PUPPP)
    72. Pemphigoid Gestationis
    73. First Trimester Ultrasound
    74. Second Trimester Ultrasound
    75. Obstetrics—Third Trimester Ultrasound
    Section 2: Vaginitis and Cervicitis
    76. Vaginitis
    77. Atrophic Vaginitis
    78. Bacterial Vaginosis
    79. Candida Vulvovaginitis
    80. Trichomonas Vaginitis
    81. Chlamydia Cervicitis
    Section 3: Vulva
    82. Paget's Disease of the Vulva
    83. Vulvar Intraepithelial Neoplasia
    Section 4: Colposcopy
    84. Colposcopy—Normal and Noncancerous Findings
    85. Colposcopy of Low-Grade Disease
    86. Colposcopy of High-Grade Disease
    87. Colposcopy of Cervical Cancer
    Section 5: The Breast
    88. Mastitis and Breast Abscess
    89. Breast Cancer
    90. Paget's Disease of the Breast
    Section 1: Arthritis and Bursitis
    91. Osteoarthritis
    92. Rhematoid Arthritis
    93. Ankylosing Spondylitis
    94. Gout
    95. Olecranon Bursitis
    Section 2: Fractures
    96. Clavicle Fracture
    97. Distal Radial Fracture
    98. Metatarsal Fracture
    99. Hip Fracture
    Section 3: Soft Tissue
    100. Knee Injuries
    101. Dupuytren's Disease
    Section 1: Childhood Dermatology
    102. Normal Skin Changes
    103. Childhood Hemangiomas
    104. Pustular Diseases of Childhood
    105. Diaper Rash and Perianal Dermatitis
    Section 2: Acneiform Disorders
    106. Acne Vulgaris
    107. Rosacea
    108. Pseudofolliculitis and Acne Keloidalis Nuchae
    109. Hidradenitis Suppurativa (Acne Inversa)
    Section 3: Bacterial
    110. Impetigo
    111. Folliculitis
    112. Pitted Keratolysis
    113. Erythrasma
    114. Cellulitis
    115. Abscess
    116. Necrotizing Fasciitis
    Section 4: Viral Infection
    117. Chickenpox
    118. Herpes Zoster—Skin
    119. Zoster Ophthalmicus
    120. Measles
    121. Fifth Disease (Erythema Infectiosum)
    122. Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease
    123. Herpes Simplex
    124. Molluscum Contagiosum
    125. Common Wart
    126. Flat Warts
    127. Genital Warts
    128. Plantar Wart
    Section 5: Fungal
    129. Cutaneous Fungal Infections—Overview
    130. Mucocutaneous Candidiasis
    131. Tinea Capitis
    132. Tniea Corporis
    133. Tinea Cruris
    134. Tinea Pedis
    135. Tinea Versicolor
    Section 6: Infestations
    136. Lice
    137. Scabies
    138. Cutaneous Larva Migrans
    Section 7: Dermatitis/Allergic
    139. Atopic Dermatitis
    140. Contact Dermatitis
    141. Hand Eczema
    142. Self-Inflicted Dermatoses
    143. Urticaria and Angioedema
    Section 8: Papulosquamous Conditions
    144. Seborrheic Dermatitis
    145. Psoriasis
    146. Pityriasis Rosea
    147. Lichen Planus
    148. Reiter's Syndrome
    149. Erythroderma
    Section 9: Benign Neoplasms
    150. Skin Tag (Acrochordon)
    151. Seborrheic Keratosis
    152. Sebaceous Hyperplasia
    153. Dermatofibroma
    154. Pyogenic Granuloma
    Section 10: Nevi
    155. Benign Nevi
    156. Congenital Nevi
    157. Epidermal Nevus and Nevus Sebaceous
    158. Dysplastic Nevus
    Section 11: Pre Cancer/Early Cancer
    159. Actinis Keratosis and Bowen's Disease
    160. Keratoacanthomas
    161. Lentigo Maligna
    162. Cutaneous Horn
    Section 12: Skin Cancer
    163. Basal Cell Carcinoma
    164. Squamous Cell Carcinoma
    165. Melanoma
    Section 13: Infiltrative Immunologic
    166. Granuloma Annulare
    167. Pyoderma Gangrenosum
    168. Sarcoidosis
    169. Mycosis Fungoides
    Section 14: Hypersensitivity Syndromes
    170. Erythema Multiforme, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
    171. Erythema Nodosum
    172. Cutaneous Vasculitis
    Section 15: Connective Tissue Disease
    173. Lupus Erythematosus (Systemic and Cutaneous)
    174. Dermatomyositis
    175. Scleroderma and Morphea
    Section 16: Bullous Disease
    176. Bullous Diseases—Overview
    177. Bullous Pemphigoid
    178. Pemphigus
    179. Other Bullous Diseases
    Section 17: Hair and Nail Conditions
    180. Aolpecia Areata
    181. Traction Hair Loss and Trichotillomania
    182. Scarring Alopecia
    183. Normal Nail Variants
    184. Pigmented Nail Disorders
    185. Onychocryptosis (Ingrown Toenail)
    186. Onychomycosis
    187. Paronychia
    188. Psoriatic Nails
    189. Subungual Hematoma (Nail Trauma)
    Section 18: Pigmentary and Light Related Conditions
    190. Melasma
    191. Vitiligo
    192. Photodermatitis
    193. Erythema Ab Igne
    Section 19: Vascular
    194. Acquired Vascular Lesions in Adults
    195. Hereditary and Congenital Vascular Lesions in Adults
    Section 20: Other Skin Disorders
    196. Cutaneous Drug Reactions
    197. Keloids
    198. Genodermatoses
    199. Erythema Annulare Centrifugum
    200. Calluses and Corns
    201. Bunion Deformity
    202. Hammertoe Deformities
    203. Ischemic Ulcer
    204. Neuropathic Ulcer
    205. Charcot Arthropathy
    206. Dry Gangrene
    207. Intestinal Worms and Parasites
    208. Gonococcal Urethritis
    209. Syphilis
    210. Kaposi's Sarcoma
    211. Lyme Disease
    212. Acanthosis Nigricans
    213. Diabetic Dermopathy
    214. Mecrobiosis Lipoidica
    215. Xanthomas
    216. Goiter and Hypothyroidism
    217. Graves' Exophthalmus and Goiter
    218. Acromegaly
    219. Cerebral Vascular Accident
    220. Subdural Hematoma
    221. Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
    222. Bell's Palsy
    223. Neurofibromatosis
    224. Substance Abuse Disorder
    225. Methamphetamine
    226. Cocaine
    227. Injection Drug Use
    A. Interpreting Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM)
    B. Topical and Intralesional Corticosteroids
    C. Dermoscopy
    D. Regional Index for Diagnosis
    E. Morphology Index for Diagnosis

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    The Color Atlas of Family Medicine 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
    docwas More than 1 year ago
    Easy to find most topics and the color photos are invaluable in identifying diseases. Wish I had something like this available 30 years ago.
    Anonymous More than 1 year ago
    I was amazed with the usefulness of this book during a rotation during my fourth year of medical school. The photos are amazing in clarity and relevance and complement the text material very well. I found the dermatology section very useful, especially since our curriculum during medical school is skim on dermatology. I also appreciate the organization of material in each chapter and how easy it is to briefly read material or look at visual aids for help with diagnosis. I will definitely continue to use this book as a resource during my residency as well as during practice. I would recommend this book for ALL MEDICAL STUDENTS and all primary care residents. I also recommend every library in hospitals, medical schools, and residency programs keep at least one copy.