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Overview

A comprehensive textbook of dermatological conditions involving the lower extremities. Provides a detailed description of each condition, accompanied by vivid color photographs. Diagnostic tests and treatment recommendations are also included, as are comprehensive references.

The book contains predominantly color illustrations, with some black-and-white illustrations.

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Reviewer: Martin C. Yorath, DPM (Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science)
Description: This book provides an excellent review of dermatologic pathology met in podiatric practice.
Purpose: The book is designed to help practitioners recognize common cutaneous disorders that manifest in the lower extremities, develop a differential diagnosis, and familiarize themselves with current treatment regimens.
Audience: Written by one of the premier authorities on podiatric dermatology, this book will have particular appeal to podiatric physicians. It will be especially useful to those preparing board examinations at graduate and postgraduate levels. The text will also have a place with internists, family practitioners, and any other physicians involved in providing care of the lower extremities.
Features: Arranged in 17 chapters, the book is well organized, with each chapter lavishly illustrated with color plates, most of which have come from the author's personal collection. Paper and print quality are excellent. Planning is logical, commencing with sections on a succinct review of cutaneous anatomy, history, and physical examination as it relates to the dermatologic patient, and laboratory and diagnostic tests used in the evaluation of the patient with cutaneous disease. Subsequent chapters cover cutaneous disorders related to infectious, mechanical, metabolic tumorigenic and vascular processes. Ecrematous and papulosquamous diseases are also well covered, and two useful chapters cover psychocutaneous and pediatric cutaneous disorders. Cutaneous manifestations of the connective tissue are covered (at the author's admission) briefly, and the depth of coverage seems appropriate for a book of this scope.
Assessment: Every reference library with a section of podiatric medicine should have this book in its inventory. It will be read again and again by those in active practice as well as those in training. The photographic dislpays are superb. In summary, this book is thoroughly recommended.
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Reviewer: Martin C. Yorath, DPM (Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science)
Description: This book provides an excellent review of dermatologic pathology met in podiatric practice.
Purpose: The book is designed to help practitioners recognize common cutaneous disorders that manifest in the lower extremities, develop a differential diagnosis, and familiarize themselves with current treatment regimens.
Audience: Written by one of the premier authorities on podiatric dermatology, this book will have particular appeal to podiatric physicians. It will be especially useful to those preparing board examinations at graduate and postgraduate levels. The text will also have a place with internists, family practitioners, and any other physicians involved in providing care of the lower extremities.
Features: Arranged in 17 chapters, the book is well organized, with each chapter lavishly illustrated with color plates, most of which have come from the author's personal collection. Paper and print quality are excellent. Planning is logical, commencing with sections on a succinct review of cutaneous anatomy, history, and physical examination as it relates to the dermatologic patient, and laboratory and diagnostic tests used in the evaluation of the patient with cutaneous disease. Subsequent chapters cover cutaneous disorders related to infectious, mechanical, metabolic tumorigenic and vascular processes. Ecrematous and papulosquamous diseases are also well covered, and two useful chapters cover psychocutaneous and pediatric cutaneous disorders. Cutaneous manifestations of the connective tissue are covered (at the author's admission) briefly, and the depth of coverage seems appropriate for a book of this scope.
Assessment: Every reference library with a section of podiatric medicine should have this book in its inventory. It will be read again and again by those in active practice as well as those in training. The photographic dislpays are superb. In summary, this book is thoroughly recommended.
Martin Yorath
This book provides an excellent review of dermatologic pathology met in podiatric practice. The book is designed to help practitioners recognize common cutaneous disorders that manifest in the lower extremities, develop a differential diagnosis, and familiarize themselves with current treatment regimens. Written by one of the premier authorities on podiatric dermatology, this book will have particular appeal to podiatric physicians. It will be especially useful to those preparing board examinations at graduate and postgraduate levels. The text will also have a place with internists, family practitioners, and any other physicians involved in providing care of the lower extremities. Arranged in 17 chapters, the book is well organized, with each chapter lavishly illustrated with color plates, most of which have come from the author's personal collection. Paper and print quality are excellent. Planning is logical, commencing with sections on a succinct review of cutaneous anatomy, history, and physical examination as it relates to the dermatologic patient, and laboratory and diagnostic tests used in the evaluation of the patient with cutaneous disease. Subsequent chapters cover cutaneous disorders related to infectious, mechanical, metabolic tumorigenic and vascular processes. Ecrematous and papulosquamous diseases are also well covered, and two useful chapters cover psychocutaneous and pediatric cutaneous disorders. Cutaneous manifestations of the connective tissue are covered (at the author's admission) briefly, and the depth of coverage seems appropriate for a book of this scope. Every reference library with a section of podiatric medicine should have this book in its inventory.It will be read again and again by those in active practice as well as those in training. The photographic dislpays are superb. In summary, this book is thoroughly recommended.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780721650340
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 7/22/1996
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 318

Table of Contents

1. Anatomy of the Skin
2. History and Physical Examination in Dermatological Patients
4. Laboratory Tests and Diagnostic Studies
5. Dermatology Flow Sheets
6. Bacterial Skin Infections
7. Fungal Skin and Nail Infections
8. Viral Skin Infections
9. Infestations, Stings, And Bites
10.Peripheral Vascular Disease and Related Disorders.
11.Eczematous Dermatitis
12.Papulosquamous Diseases
13.Metabolic and Internal Disorders
14.Benign Tumours, Cysts, And Lesions
15.Premalignant and Malignant Skin Tumours
16.Mechanical Injuries
17.Pediatric Dermatology
18.Psychocutaneous Disorders
Index

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