Dermatology DDxDeck

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It's DDx To Go! This unique format gives you a completely portable, uniquely convenient diagnostic tool. Essentially a deck of laminated cards linked together at one corner, much like a collection of color samples, the DDxDeck allows you to compare potential diagnoses visually, side by side, without the need to flip back and forth between different pages. Each card includes a full color image and information about a particular diagnosis, as well as cross references (DDx-refs) to other potential diagnoses. Small enough to fit in your pocket, this is the perfect reference for those on the front line of dermatological diagnosis.

• Provides concise details of treatment regimens.
• Gives visual reference and cross references for each diagnosis.
• Allows you to study images side by side using the unique DDxDeck format.
• Covers over 150 conditions and all presentations you're likely to see in practice.
• Uses the same notation as you use to write prescriptions.
• Allows the user to make notes on the cards which can later be deleted.

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"[A] unique teaching aid for non-dermatologists and trainees in dermatology. ...600 photos of 164 skin diseases...have been reproduced in vivid color and arranged on book-mark sized (2.5x10 inches) laminated cards that are bound at one end for portability and convenience. On the reverse side of each card is a description of the disorder, the history, physical findings and treatment. The contents are replete with numerous pediatric skin conditions. The obligate basic principles of dermatologic treatment, guidelines of use of topical corticosteroids and their potency list are also included. DDxDeck will be perfect for a short flight, train ride or a quick study between patients in clinic!" —US Dermatologist Robert A. Silverman, M.D.

"...a completely new concept...the photos are, almost without exception, of excellent quality and extremely lifelike...descriptions are nice and pithy. One memorable statistic is that about 20% of consultations in General Practice have a dermatological element so the need for a compact yet comprehensive and readable compilation of common dermatological conditions is paramount." - UK General Practitioner, www.univadis.co.uk

UK General Practitioner
"Here is a completely new concept - in fact it's so new, no-one seems to know what to call it! It's clearly not a book although it does have pages. It resembles the sort of thing you might get from a furniture manufacturer showing different colors of leather or a decorating company showing the range of paint colors. After much consideration, I have decided to call it a picture swatch. It has been compiled by five dermatologists from Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire, USA. The photos are, almost without exception, of excellent quality and extremely lifelike...descriptions are nice and pithy. One memorable statistic is that about 20% of consultations in General Practice have a dermatological element so the need for a compact yet comprehensive and readable compilation of common dermatological conditions is paramount."
univadis.co.uk
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323043489
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 5/5/2006
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Pages: 344
  • Product dimensions: 10.10 (w) x 3.30 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Thomas P. Habif, MD, Clinical Professor of Surgery (Dermatology Section), Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Hanover, NH, USA

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Table of Contents

TOPICAL THERAPY

1. Basic principles of treatment
2. Topical corticosteroids

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

URTICARIA

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

ACNE, ROSACEA, AND RELATED DISORDERS

30. Comedone acne
31. Cystic acne
32. Pustular acne
33. Perioral dermatitis
34. Rosacea (acne rosacea)
35. Hidradenitis suppurativa

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 (Mucha–Habermann disease)

BACTERIAL INFECTIONS

46. Impetigo
47. Cellulitis
48. Folliculitis
49. Pseudofolliculitis barbae
50. Furuncles and carbuncles
51. Pseudomonas folliculitis
52. Otitis externa

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS

53. Syphilis
54. Chancroid
55. Genital warts
56. Genital herpes simplex
57. Pubic lice
58. Molluscum contagiosum

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

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

EXANTHEMS AND DRUG REACTIONS

82. Non-specific viral rash
83. Erythema infectiosum
84. Cutaneous drug eruptions

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

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

VESICULAR AND BULLOUS DISEASES

99. Dermatitis herpetiformis
100. Pemphigus vulgaris
101. Pemphigus foliaceus
102. Bullous pemphigoid

CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASES

103. Chronic cutaneous lupus
104. Acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus
105. Dermatomyositis
106. Scleroderma
107. Morphea

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)

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

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

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

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)

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
154a. Nail diseases: psoriasis
154b. Nail diseases: acute and chronic paronychia, pseudomonas infection, white spots or bands
154c. Nail diseases: ridging and beading, habit tic deformity, onycholysis, distal plate splitting
154d. Nail diseases: digital mucous cysts, nevi and melanoma, subungual hematoma

NEONATAL DISEASE

155. Erythema toxicum neonatorum
156. Miliaria
157. Cutis marmorata

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

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