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Overview

This definitive reference provides easy access to essential and authoritative clinical guidance on the full range of dermatologic entities encountered in today's practice. It delivers more comprehensive coverage of clinical adult and pediatric dermatology, drug therapy, dermatologic surgery, and pathology than you will find in any other single text. Thousands of helpful illustrations equip you with the visual guidance you need to arrive at confident diagnoses.
  • Discusses pathologic entities in proportion to their incidence, enabling you to focus on the likeliest diagnoses for a given set of symptoms.
  • Includes only the "need-to-know" basic science information and key references, so you have just the right amount of detail on every subject.
  • Presents hundreds of full-color photographs depicting every type of skin disorder, along with a wealth of diagrams that clarify complex concepts and numerous algorithms that expedite decision making.
  • Presents more "high-yield" information in restructured chapters, as well as expanded coverage of rarities - now displayed in table format - without increasing the extent of the book.
  • Includes additional images covering more conditions, for enhanced reference power.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Renata H. Mullen, MD (Palo Alto Medical Foundation)
Description: This 21-pound set of books easily accomplishes the monumental task of providing a comprehensive review of the entire field of dermatology. It is organized with a unique color-coding system for easy accessibility. Many high quality color photographs, as well as useful tables, algorithms, and therapeutic ladders supplement the written text. The previous edition was published in 2003.
Purpose: According the authors, the goal for this book is simply for it to never make its way back to the bookshelf. More precisely, the aim is to provide easily accessible, succinct, up-to-date information that is both precise and practical. These worthy objectives are admirably met.
Audience: The book is written primarily for dermatologists and dermatology residents, but it can also be helpful to motivated medical students as well as primary care physicians.
Features: The book covers the entire spectrum of the dermatology subspecialty, including basic science, dermatopathology, clinical dermatology, and dermatologic surgery. A section on medical therapy provides not only detailed tables regarding drug monitoring guidelines and side effects of standard medications, but also gives information on alternative medicines as well. Lastly, a section on physical treatment modalities complements the therapeutic review. The brilliant organization is the best thing about this book, which makes it easily accessible and user-friendly, whether for detailed perusal or the quick check during a busy clinic. Each section is color-coded and each chapter within a section is clearly marked; each chapter is organized similarly and starts with a box of highlighted key features. This efficient organization further serves to decrease overlap of information; rather than repeating the same information in several different chapters, the reader is merely directed to the pertinent section. Other major pluses for the book are the numerous algorithms, tables, and therapeutic ladders that significantly enhance the learning experience. The tables in the chapter on purpura alone are worth the price of the book as this difficult subject is presented in a clear and logical manner based on clinical morphology. The only shortcoming of the book is its unwieldy weight and size, but, fortunately, an online version is available for those with weak muscles.
Assessment: This is a valuable, comprehensive textbook that is a worthwhile addition to any dermatologist's library. I have owned the first edition for the past six years and have found myself referring to it almost exclusively over other, similar textbooks, because it is more complete and more clinically relevant. This second edition is an improved version and definitely justifies replacing the first edition. I highly recommend it to any physician interested in dermatology, whether just starting in training or a seasoned practitioner.
From the Publisher

"This spectacular edition is for folk who have a major interest in dermatology. If you are a specialist, this would be a superb addition to your personal library. Primary care doctors with a special interest in dermatology would also hugely benefit from this major reference source. The two volume books are magnificently produced with excellent colour reproductions of images. The volume of information here is immense, detailed and scholarly and has an almost encyclopaedic review of the discipline. A superb, detailed, all encompassing mega dermatology book, that comes with an all frills website. I thoroughly enjoyed this book." Univadis, October 2008 "This is an excellently produced and comprehensive view of skin disease and its management. It is very well-illustrated with first class examples of clinical and histological features of skin disease and the text is well-complemented by computer drawings and clear tables. It is all too easy for a classic to become dated but this one remains fresh and of great value to all those who encounter skin problems in their everyday practice as well as to the dermatologist or specialist dermatology nurse." BMA Book Awards 2008 - Highly Commended

"This is a valuable, comprehensive textbook that is a worthwhile addition to any dermatologist's library…the book covers the entire spectrum of the dermatology subspecialty, including basic science, dermatopathology, clinical dermatology, and dermatologic surgery… the brilliant organization is the best thing about this book, which makes it easily accessible and user-friendly, whether for detailed perusal or the quick check during a busy clinic." – Doody’s 4 Stars ****, May 2009

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
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416029991
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 1/4/2008
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 2584
  • Product dimensions: 11.10 (w) x 12.10 (h) x 5.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Section One: Overview of Basic Science

1. Introduction to Basic Science
2. Anatomy & Physiology
3. Embryology
4. Molecular Biology
5. Immunology

Section Two: Pruritus

6. Cutaneous Neurophysiology
7. Pruritus & Dysesthesia
8. Psychocutaneous Diseases

Section Three: Papulosquamous and eczematous dermatoses

9. Psoriasis
10. Other Papulosquamous Disorders
11. Erythroderma
12. Lichen Planus & Lichenoid Dermatoses
13. Atopic Dermatitis
14. Other Eczematous Eruptions
15. Allergic Contact Dermatitis
16. Irritant Contact Dermatitis
17. Occupational Dermatoses
18. Dermatoses Due to Plants

Section Four: Urticarias, erythemas and purpuras

19. Urticaria & Angioedema
20. Figurate Erythemas
21. Erythema multiforme, Steven-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis
22. Drug Reactions
23. Purpura: Mechanisms and Differential Diagnosis
24. Cutaneous Manifestations of Microvascular Occlusion Syndromes
25. Cutaneous Vasculitis
26. Eosinophilic Dermatoses
27. Neutrophilic Dermatoses
28. Pregnancy Dermatoses

Section Five: Vesiculobullous diseases

29. The Biology of the Basement Membrane Zone
30. Pemphigus
31. Pemphigoid Group
32. Dermatitis Herpetiformis & Linear IgA Bullous Dermatosis
33. Epidermolysis Bullosa
34. Other Vesiculobullous Diseases
35. Vesiculobullous & Erosive Diseases in the Newborn

Section Six: Adnexal diseases

36. Structure & Function of Eccrine, Apocrine, Apoeccrine & Sebaceous Glands
37. Acne vulgaris
38. Rosacea & Related Disorders
39. Folliculitis & the Follicular Occulsion Tetrad
40. Diseases of the Eccrine Sweat Glands

Section Seven: Rheumatologic dermatology

41. Autoantibodies Encountered in Patients with Autoimmune Connective Tissue Diseases
42. Lupus Erythematosus
43. Dermatomyositis
44. Systemic Sclerosis (Scleroderma) and Related Disorders
45. Other Rheumatologic Diseases

Section Eight: Metabolic and systemic disease

46. Mucinoses
47. Amyloidosis
48. Deposition Diseases
49. Porphyria
50. Calcifying & Ossifying Disorders of the Skin
51. Nutritional Diseases
52. Dermatologic Manifestations in Patients with Systemic
Disease

Section Nine: Genodermatoses

53. Basic Principles of Genetics
54. Genetic Basis of Cutaneous Diseases
55. Biology of Keratinocytes
56. Ichthyoses, Erythrokeratodermas & Related Disorders
57. Keratodermas
58. Darier Disease & Hailey-Hailey Disease
59. Primary Immunodeficiencies
60. Neurofibromatosis & Tuberous Sclerosis
61. Mosaicism & Linear Lesions
62a. Other Genodermatoses - Tumorigenesis
62b. Other Genodermatoses - Enzyme Deficiency Diseases
62c. Other Genodermatoses - Premature Aging Syndromes and Poikilodermas
62d. Other Genodermatoses - Ectodermal Dysplasias
63. Developmental Anomalies

Section Ten: Pigmentary disorders

64. Melanocyte Biology
65. Vitiligo & Other Disorders of Hypopigmentation
66. Disorders of Hyperpigmentation

Section Eleven: Hair, nails and mucous membranes

67. Biology of Hair & Nails
68. Alopecias
69. Hypertrichosis & Hirsutism
70. Nail Disorders
71. Oral Disease
72. Anogenital (Non-venereal) Disease

Section Twelve: Infections, infestations and bites

73. Bacterial Diseases
74. Myobacterial Infections
75. Rickettsial Diseases
76. Fungal Diseases
77. Cutaneous Manifestations of HIV Infection & HIV-related Disorders
78. Human Papillomavirus
79. Human Herpesviruses
80. Other Viral Diseases
81. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
82. Protozoa & Worms
83. Infestations
84. Bites & Stings

Section Thirteen: Disorders due to physical agents

85. Ultraviolet Light
86. Photodermatoses
87. Environmental & Sports-related Skin Diseases
88. Signs of Drug Abuse
89. Skin Signs of Abuse

Section Fourteen: Disorders of Langerhans cells and macrophages

90. Histiocytoses
91. Xanthomas
92. Non-infectious Granulomas
93. Foreign Body Reactions

Section Fifteen: Atrophies and disorders of dermal connective tissues

94. Biology of the Extracellular Matrix
95. Perforating Diseases
96. Morphea & Lichen Sclerosus
97. Heritable Disorders of Connective Tissue - Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum & Cutis Laxa
98. Dermal Hypertrophies
99. Atrophies of Connective Tissue

Section Sixteen: Disorders of subcutaneous fat

100. Panniculitis
101. Lipodystrophies

Section Seventeen: Vascular disorders

102. Vascular Biology
103. Infantile Hemangiomas
104. Vascular Malformations
105. Ulcers
106. Other Vascular Disorders

Section Eighteen: Neoplasms of the skin

107. Principles of Tumor Biology and Pathogenesis of BCCs and SCCs
108. Actinic Keratosis, Basal Cell Carcinoma & Squamous Cell Carcinoma
109. Benign Epidermal Tumors & Proliferations
110. Cysts
111. Adnexal Neoplasms
112. Benign Melanocytic Neoplasms
113. Melanoma
114. Vascular Neoplasms & Neoplastic-like Proliferations
115. Neural & Neuroendocrine Neoplasms (Other than Neurofibromatosis)
116. Fibrous and Fibrohistiocytic Proliferations of the Skin & Tendons
117. Muscle, Adipose & Cartilage Neoplasms
118. Mastocytosis
119. B-cell Lymphomas of the Skin
120. Cutaneous T-cell Lymphoma
121. Other Lymphoproliferative & Myeloproliferative Diseases
122. Cutaneous Metastases

Section Nineteen: Medical therapy

123. Public Health Science in Dermatology
124. Skin Barrier, Percutaneous Drug Delivery & Pharmacokinetics
125. Glucocorticosteroids
126. Retinoids
127. Antimicrobial Drugs
128. Immunomodulators
129. Other Topical Medications
130. Other Systemic Drugs
131. Drug Interactions
132. Sunscreens
133. Complementary & Alternative Medicine

Section Twenty: Physical treatment modalities

134. Ultraviolet Light Therapy
135. Photodynamic Therapy
136. Principles of Laser-Skin Interactions
137. Laser Therapy
138. Cryosurgery
139. Radiotherapy
140. Electrosurgery

Section Twenty-one: Surgery

141. Wound Healing
142. Surgical Anatomy of the Head & Neck
143. Anesthesia
144. Wound Closure & Materials & Instruments
145. Dressings
146. Biopsy Techniques & Basic Excisions
147. Flaps
148. Grafts

149. Nail Surgery
150. Mohs Surgery
151. Surgical Complications & Optimizing Outcomes

Section Twenty-two: Cosmetic Surgery

152. Systematic Evaluation of the Aging Face
153. Cosmetics & Cosmeceuticals
154. Chemical & Mechanical Skin Resurfacing
155. Sclerotherapy & Ambulatory Phlebectomy
156. Liposuction
157. Hair Restoration
158. Soft Tissue Augmentation
159. Botulinum Toxin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2009

    Best Derm Text for Derm Residents

    This is the best dermatology text available for dermatology residents. It is comprehensive, yet written in a logical way to establish a framework for the study of dermatology. Highly recommended.

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