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Overview

This multimedia package delivers both the two-volume book set AND access to the state-of-the-art website. The textbook delivers over 2000 pages and 2,500 illustrations for today's most effective guidance in the field. At www.dermtext.com you can search the contents of the book - right from your desktop or laptop. You'll also access downloadable illustrations, links to MEDLINE abstracts, self-testing programs, customizable patient education sheets, drug questionnaires, and extracts from other Elsevier dermatology books further enhance the site's clinical utility. The result is one of the most powerful online information sources in dermatology.

• Includes both the text and a continually updated online reference.
• Enables users to search through the entire DERMATOLOGY text for information on specific conditions, symptoms, treatments, and drugs-and find the answers they need quickly.
• Includes a CD-ROM that presents all 3,000 outstanding images from the parent text-including over 2,500 full-color photographs, perfectly capturing a full range of skin conditions as they actually present in practice.
• Allows users to download any of these illustrations for use in PowerPoint™ slide presentations, ideal as a visual aid for lectures.
• Features links to MEDLINE abstracts for all of the text's bibliographical references-greatly expediting any search for additional information.
• Includes self-testing material so users can evaluate and develop their diagnostic skills.
• Offers drug questionnaires that users can give to patients to clarify drug precautions and contraindications.

Section Editors: Thomas D. Horn, MD; Jose M. Mascaro, MD; Anthony J. Mancini, MD; Stuart J. Salasche, MD; Jean Hilaire Saurat, MD; and Georg Stingl, MD.
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Reviewer: Renata H. Mullen, MD (Palo Alto Medical Foundation)
Description: This comprehensive dermatology textbook is meant to be used as a teaching guide and as a reference. A CD-ROM of the book is also provided, which includes access to a continually updated online edition.
Purpose: According to the authors, the book is intended to function as a reference which provides succinct, up-to-date information that is both precise and practical. These are worthy objectives, and they are, for the most part, achieved.
Audience: The book is written for dermatology residents and practicing dermatologists; it is too detailed for a medical student. It can further be used as a reference by practicing internists or family practitioners. The authors are credible authorities.
Features: The book covers the spectrum of general dermatology. It has an appropriately brief section on basic science and the majority of the book covers medical dermatology. Also included is an extensive section on dermatologic surgery as well as a separate one on cosmetic surgery. Medical therapy and physical treatment modalities are covered in two separate sections. The best aspect of the book is its visual approach to diagnoses and patient work-ups, which use many useful graphs and tables. The book provides comprehensive coverage of differential diagnoses, so important in the clinical practice of medicine but often neglected in textbooks. There are two outstanding chapters on purpura which approach this difficult topic from a unique clinical differential standpoint, and this alone is almost worth the price of the book. Unfortunately, several tables were jumbled in the printing which seriously compromises the content of the chapter. Perhaps this could be cleared up on the CD-ROM version of the book. The photographs are in color and of excellent quality. However, there are some disease entities that have no photographs whatsoever, which is a major omission in a visual specialty such as dermatology (e.g. Grover's disease, cutaneous myiasis, eosinophilic fasciitis, to list a few). The coverage of medical dermatology is for the most part thorough and complete; there are a few areas, however, where more in-depth detail aimed more at the practicing dermatologist rather than the resident would be helpful. The different sections in the book are color-coded with each topic easily visible on the page margin, which makes it easy to retrieve information. The index is comprehensive and easy to use; however, the print size in the index is tiny, making it hard to read.
Assessment: This book is a useful addition to a dermatologist's library. Compared to the other major textbooks of general dermatology, it excels in its use of tables and differential diagnoses, and covers dermatologic surgery more extensively.
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"Should be praised not only for its content but also for its practicality. The two-volume set is easy to use. Both practicing clinicians and dermatology residents will find everything that they need for dermatology...[It] has brought the tradition of excellent dermatology textbooks to a new height that will be hard to match or surpass."—JAMA
JAMA
"Should be praised not only for its content but also for its practicality. The two-volume set is easy to use. Both practicing clinicians and dermatology residents will find everything that they need for dermatology...[It] has brought the tradition of excellent dermatology textbooks to a new height that will be hard to match or surpass."
Jan. 5 issue, Vol. 293, No. 1

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323025782
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 7/7/2003
  • Edition description: 2 Volume Set & CD-ROM
  • Pages: 2460
  • Product dimensions: 11.50 (w) x 12.25 (h) x 5.82 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction to clinical dermatology - Ron Rapini

Section One - Overview of basic science

1 Introduction to basic science - Georg Stingl
2 Anatomy and physiology - Paul R Bergstresser and Melissa I Costner
3 Embryology - Cynthia A Loomis and Tamara Koss
4 Application of molecular biology to the study of skin - Jonathan Vogel, Carol Yee and Thomas Darling
5 Immunology - Thomas Schwarz

Section Two - Pruritus

6 Mediators of itch - Malcolm W Greaves
7 Pruritus and dysesthesia -Elke Weisshaar, Michael J Kucenic, Alan Fleischer and Jeffrey D Berhard
8 Psychocutaneous diseases - John YM Koo and Amy Han

Section Three – Papulosquamous and eczematous dermatoses

9 Psoriasis - Peter CM van der Kerkhoff
10 Other papulosquamous disorders - Gary S Wood and Georg Reizner
11 Erythroderma - Wolfram Sterry and J Marcus Muche
12 Lichen planus and lichenoid dermatoses - Tetsuo Shiohara and Yoko Kano
13 Atopic dermatitis - Kefei Kang, Amy M Polster, Susan T Nedorost, Seth R Stevens and Kevin Cooper
14 Eczematous group - Peter O Fritsch and Norbert Reider
15 Allergic contact dermatitis - James G Marks and Christen M Mowad
16 Irritant contact dermatitis - David E Cohen and Shirley Bassiri-Tehrani
17 Occupational dermatoses - Peter S Friedmann and Mark Wilkinson
18 Dermatoses due to plants - Thomas W McGovern

Section Four – Urticarias, erythemas and purpuras

19 Urticaria and angioedema - Clive Grattan and Anne Kobza Black
20 Erythemas - Agustin Espana
21 Erythema multiforme - William Lee Weston
22 Toxic epidermal necrolysis - Lars E French and Christa Prins
23 Drug reactions - Laurence Valeyrie and Jean Revuz
24 Purpura and coagulation - Warren Piette
25 Purpuras, pigmented purpuras and vasculopathies - Warren Piette
26 Vasculitis - Robert A Swerlick and Cora W Hannon
27 Eosinophilic dermatoses - Cloyce Stetson
28 Neutrophilic dermatoses - Samuel L Moschella
29 Pregnancy dermatoses - Jeff K Shornick

Section Five – Vesiculobullous diseases

30 Biology of the basement membrane zone - Kim B Yancey and David M Allen
31 Pemphigus - Masayuki Amagai
32 Pemphigoid group - Luca Borradori and Philippe Bernard
33 Dermatitis herpetiformis and linear IgA bullous dermatosis - Mark D Herron and John J Zone
34 Epidermolysis bullosa - Jo-David Fine
35 Other vesiculobullous diseases - Jose M Mascaro Jr
36 Vesiculobullous and erosive diseases in the new born - Michele Pauport and Ilona Frieden

Section Six – Adnexal diseases

37 Structure and function of apocrine, eccrine and sebaceous glands - Gerd Plewig and Martin Schaller
38 Acne vulgaris - Andrea L Zaenglein and Diane M Thibotout
39 Acne rosacea and related disorders - Guy F Webster
40 Folliculitis and the follicular occlusion tetrad - Paul Kelly
41 Disorders of the eccrine sweat glands - Harry J Hurley

Section Seven – Rheumatologic diseases

42 Autoantibodies and their clinical significance - Richard D Sontheimer and Heidi T Jacobe
43 Lupus erythematosus - Lela A Lee
44 Dermatomyositis - Joseph L Jorizzo
45 Systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) - Vincent Falanga
46 Other rheumatologic diseases - Adrienne Rencic and H Carlos Nousari

Section Eight – Metabolic and systemic diseases

47 Cutaneous mucinoses - Alfredo Rebora and Franco Rongioletti
48 Amyloidosis - Martin M Black and Sandra Albert
49 Deposition diseases - Ingolf Frank and Harald Gollnick
50 Porphyrias - Gillian M Murphy
51 Calcifying and ossifying disorders of the skin - Janet A Fairley
52 Nutritional diseases - Ramon Ruiz-Maldonado and Luz Orozco-Covarrubias
53 Dermatologic signs of systemic disease - Jeffrey P Callen

Section Nine – Genodermatoses

54 Basic principles of genetics - Amalia Martinez-Mir and Angela M Christiano
55 Genetic basis of cutaneous diseases - Arne Konig and Rudolf Happle
56 Biology of keratinocytes - Irene M Leigh
57 Ichthyoses and related disorders - Franziska Ringpfeil and Gabriele Richard
58 Keratodermas - Alfons Krol
59 Darier’s disease and Hailey-Hailey disease - Jean-Philipe Gorog, Theodora Mauro and Daniel Hohl
60 Genetic immunodeficiences - Amy S Paller
61 Neurofibromatosis and tuberous sclerosis - Hensin Tsao
62 Mosaicism and linear lesions - Celia Moss
63a Other genodermatoses: Other tumour syndromes - Susan B Mallory
63b Other genodermatoses: Enzyme deficiency diseases - Barbara K Burton
63c Other genodermatoses: Progeroid syndromes - Bernard A Cohen
63d Other genodermatoses: ectodermal dysplasias - Virginia P Sybert and Jonathan Zonana
64 Developmental anomalies - Richard Antaya and Julie V Schaffer

Section Ten – Pigmentary disorders

65 Biology of melanocytes - Jean L Bolognia and Seth J Orlow
66 Vitiligo and other disorders of hypopigmentation - Jean-Paul Ortonne
67a Disorders of hyperpigmentation - Colin R Trout and Norman Levine
67b Linear and reticulated hyperpigmentation - Mary W Chang

Section Eleven – Hair, Nails and mucous membranes

68 Biology of hair and nails - Ralf Paus
69 Alopecias - Maria K Hordinsky
70 H hypertrichosis and hirsutism - Francisco Camacho-Martinez
71 Nails - Antonella Tosti and Bianca Maria Piraccini
72 Oral diseases - Kenneth M Anderson, Parish Sedghizadeh, Carl M Allen and Charles Camisa
73 Anogenital diseases - Fenella Wojnarowska and Susan M Cooper

Section Twelve – Infections, infestations and bites

74 Bacterial diseases - Jonathan E Blume, Erika G Levine and Warren Heymann
75 Mycobacterial infections - Marica Ramos e Silva and Maria Cristina Ribiero de Castroand Jean L Bolognia
76 Rickettsial diseases - Philippe Berbis
77 Fungal diseases - Jenny Sobera and Boni Elewski
78 Cutaneous manifestations of HIV and HIV-related disorders - Clay J Cockerell and T Minsue Chen
79 Human papilloma viruses - Reinhart Kirnbauer, Petra Lenz and Martin M Okun
80 Herpes viruses - Jennifer R Stalkup, Kimberly Yeung-Yue, Mathijs Brentjens and Stephen K Tyring
81 Other viral diseases - Anthony J Mancini and Ayelet Shani-Adir
82 Venereal diseases - Angelika Starry
83 Worms and protozoa - Omar Sangueza, Di Lu, Martin Sangueza, Claire Paniago Perreira
84 Infestations - Terri L Meinking, Craig G Burhart, Craig N Burkhart
85 Bites and stings - Dirk M Elston

Section Thirteen – Disorders due to physical agents

86 Ultraviolet light - Thomas M Runger
87 Photodermatoses - John LM Hawk and Henry W Lim
88 Environmental and sports-related skin diseases - Michael L Smith
89 Signs of drug abuse - Miguel Sanchez
90 Signs of child abuse - Sharon S Raimer and Ben G Raimer

Section Fourteen – Disorders of Langerhans cells and macrophages

91 Histiocytoses - Warren T Goodman and Terry L Barrett
92 Xanthomas - W Trent Messengale and Lee T Nesbitt
93 Non-infectious granulomas - Amy Howard and Clifton R White Jr
94 Foreign bodies - M A Adallah

Section Fifteen- Atrophies and disorders of dermal connective tissue

95 Biology of the extracellular matrix - Leena Bruckner-Tuderman
96 Perforating disorders - Ronald P Rapini
97 Morphea and lichen sclerosus - Martin Rocken and Kamran Ghoreschi
98 Inherited disorders of connective tissue: Ehler-Danlos syndrome, pseudoxanthoma elasticum and cutis laxa - Juoni Uitto, Franziska Ringpfeil and Leena Pulkinen
99 Dermal hypertropies - Claude S Burton
100 Atrophies of connective tissue - Catharine Maari and Julie Powell

Section Sixteen – Disorder of subcutaenous fat

101 Panniculitis - James W Patterson
102 Lipodystrophies - Jacqueline M Junkins-Hopkins and Alison S Avram

Section Seventeen – Vascular disorders

103 Vascular biology - Michael Detmar
104 Infantile hemangiomas - Maria C Garzon
105 Vascular malformations - Odile Enjolras
106 Ulcers - Peggy Lin and Tania J Phillip
107 Other vascular disorders - Norbert Sepp

Section Eighteen – Neoplasms of the skin

108 Principles of tumor biology and pathogensis of BCCs and SCCs - Fredrik Ponten and Joakim Lundeberg
109 Actinic keratosis, basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinomas - Stanley J Miller and J Margaret Moresi
110 Benign epithelial tumors and proliferations - Diane M Pierson, Christoph Bandel, Torsten Ehrig, Clay J Cockerell
111 Cysts - Mary S Stone
112 Adnexal neoplasms - Tim McAlmont
113 Benign melanocytic neoplasms - Raymond L Barnhill
114 Melanoma - Frank O Nestle and Helmut Kerl
115 Vascular neoplasms and neoplastic-like proliferations - Jay Kincannon, C Hull and Paula E North
116 Cutaneous neural neoplasms - Zsolt B Argenyi
117 Fibrohistiocytic and fibrous neoplasms and proliferations of the skin and tendons - Hideoko Kamino and John Pui
118 Muscle, cartilage and adipose neoplasms - Sabine Kohler
119 Mastocytosis - Michael D Tharp
120 B cell lymphomas of the skin - Lorenzo Cerroni and Helmut Kerl
121 Cutaneous T cell lymphomas - Rein Willemz
122 Other lymphoproliferative and myeloproliferative diseases - Bruce R Smoller
123 Cutaneous metastases - Iftikhar Ahmed
Section Nineteen - Medical therapy

124 Public health science in dermatology - Tomas L Diepgen
125a Skin barrier and percutaneous drug delivery - Peter M Elias, Jui-Chen Tsai, Gopinathan K Menon, Walter M Holleran, Kenneth R Feingold
125b Pharmacokinetics - Thomas J Franz
126 Glucocorticosteroids - Lee T Nesbitt
127 Retinoids - Stephane Kuenzli and Jean-Hilaire Saurat
128 Antimicrobial drugs - Carol M Woody and Jack L Lesher Jr
129a Immunomodulators - Brain Behrman, Tami De Araujo, Mark Lebwohl
129b Immunomodulators - Mark Lebwohl
130a Other topical medications - Dan Lipsker, Knud Kragballe and Jean-Hilaire Saurat
130b Vitamin D analogues - Karsten Fogh and Knud Kragballe
131 Other systemic drugs - Steve Wolverton and Marc Dast
132 Drug-drug interactions - Lori E Shapiro, Sandra R Knowles and Neil Shear
133 Alternative medicine - Josef Smolle

Section Twenty – Physical treatments modalities

134 Ultraviolet light therapy - Herbert Honigsmann and Thomas Schwarz
135 Photodynamic therapy - Whitney D Tope and Joseph J Shaffer
136 Principles of lasers - Ranella J Hirsch and R Rox Anderson
137 Laser therapy - Alexander J Stratigos, Jeffrey S Dover and Kenneth A Arndt
138 Cryosurgery - Emmanuel G Kuflik and Gilberto Castro-Ron
139 Radiation - Lynn Wilson and Renato G Pannizzon
140 Electrosurgery - Sheldon V Pollack

Section Twenty-one - Surgery

141 Principles of wound healing - Robert S Kirsner
142 Surgical anatomy - Franklin P Flowers and Jennifer C Zampogna
143 Anesthesia - George J Hruza
144 Wound closure materials and instruments - Ingrid H Olhoffer, Glenn Goldman and David J Leffell
145 Dressings - Gregg Menakerand G Delia Wilcher
146 Biopsy techniques and basic excisions - Suzanne Olbricht
147 Flaps - Dave Brodland and David Pharis
148 Grafts - Desiree Ratner
149 Nail surgery - Pheobe Rich
150 Mohs surgery - Elizabeth F Callahan, Clark C Otley and Randall K Roenigk
151 Surgical complications and optimizing outcomes - Tomas Stasko and Anna S Clayton

Section Twenty-two – Cosmetic surgery

152 Introduction - Rick Glogau
153 Cosmetics and cosmeceuticals - Zoe D Draelos
154 Sunscreens - Mark Naylor
155 Chemical and mechanical skin resurfacing - Gary D Monheit and Mark A Chastain
156 Sclerotherapy and ambulatory phlebectomy - Neil S Sadick
157 Liposuction - William P Coleman and Timothy C Flynn
158 Hair transplantation - Dow Stough
159 Soft tissue augmentation - Seth L Matarasso and Neil S Sadick
160 Botulinum toxin - Alaistair Carruthers and Jean Carruthers

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