Fitzpatricks Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, Seventh Edition [NOOK Book]

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The world's #1 visual atlas of dermatology--updated to keep pace with today's practice

"…should serve as a standard against which all future atlases will be measured…" -- The New England Journal of Medicine review of an earlier edition

This compact, diagnosis-speeding guide has virtually defined the field of dermatology for thousands of physicians, dermatology residents, and medical students across the globe. Spanning the entire spectrum of ...

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Fitzpatricks Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, Seventh Edition

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Overview

The world's #1 visual atlas of dermatology--updated to keep pace with today's practice

"…should serve as a standard against which all future atlases will be measured…" -- The New England Journal of Medicine review of an earlier edition

This compact, diagnosis-speeding guide has virtually defined the field of dermatology for thousands of physicians, dermatology residents, and medical students across the globe. Spanning the entire spectrum of skin problems, it combines laser-precise color images of skin lesions with a concise summary outline of dermatologic disorders, along with the cutaneous signs of systemic disease. A color-coded 4-part organization facilitates review at a glance and features helpful icons denoting the incidence and morbidity of disease.

FEATURES

  • More than 1,000 full-color images--many new to this edition
  • New sections reflect the very latest clinical perspectives on the diagnosis and treatment of all skin disorders shown
  • F ocus on a wide range of skin types highlights skin disease in different ethnic populations
  • Thoroughly updated coverage of etiology, pathogenesis, management, and therapy
  • ICD 9/10 codes included for each disease
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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Patricia Wong, MD (Stanford University Medical Center)
Description: The seventh edition of this dermatology atlas follows the same format as its predecessors: beautiful color clinical photographs with succinct discussions of clinical presentation, diagnosis, laboratory evaluation, treatment. Helpful tables detail the differential diagnosis for similar clinical presentations and how to distinguish them. Excellent clinical tips appear throughout the book. Curiously, this edition is smaller than the previous one of four years ago by over a hundred pages, but I can't see where that has compromised the value of the book in any way.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide an excellent color atlas for learning dermatology.
Audience: It is intended for medical students, dermatology residents, and all other medical professionals. This atlas is an all time favorite of mine. It is a wonderful way to learn and/or brush up on conditions you do not encounter every day but do not want to forget about.
Features: The latest edition adds a few new entities: Nocardia, erythrokeratodermia variabilis, and penicillinosis. There is a new photo of Lyme disease on the face. Entities that were previously categorized under miscellaneous now appear under their own category, e.g., neutrophilic dermatoses. The chapters on life-threatening dermatoses and severe drug reactions are examples of the valuable information it presents. The book lends itself to be a rapid resource to refresh one's memory.
Assessment: This is one of the best clinical atlases around, and it is portable. Most of the information in this edition appeared in the sixth edition, with a few minor updates.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071793032
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 3/27/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 1104
  • Sales rank: 745,736
  • File size: 147 MB
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Meet the Author

Professor and Chairman Emeritus, Department of Dermatology, The University of Vienna Medical School, Vienna General Hospital, Vienna, Austria.


Richard A. Johnson, MDCM, Clinical Instructor in Dermatology, Harvard Medical School, Clinical Associate in Dermatology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Associate in Dermatology, Beth Israel Hospital, Associate Physician (Dermatology), Brigham & Women's Hospital, Dermatologist, New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston, MA.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgment
Introduction
Approach to Dermatologic Diagnosis
Outline of Dermatologic Diagnosis
Special Clinical and Laboratory Aids to Dermatological Diagnosis
Part I: Disorders Presenting in the Skin and Mucous Membranes
1. Disorders of Sebaceous & Apocrine Glands
2. Eczema/Dermatitis
3. Psoriasis
4. Ichthyoses
5. Miscellaneous Epidermal Disorders
6. Bullous Diseases
7. Miscellaneous Inflammatory Disorders
8. Severe and Life Threatening Eruptions in the Acutely Ill
9. Benign Neoplasms and Hyperplasias
10. Photosensitivity, Photo-Induced Disorders, and Disorders by Ionizing Radiation
11. Precancerous Lesions and Cutaneous Carcinomas
12. Melanoma Precursors and Primary Cutaneous Melanoma
13. Pigmentary Disorders
Part II: Dermatology and Internal Medicine
14. The Skin Signs in Immune, Autoimmune, and Rheumatic Disorders
15. Endocrine, Metabolic, Nutritional and Genetic Diseases
16. Skin Signs of Vascular Insufficiency
17. Skin Signs of Renal Insufficiency
18. Skin Signs of Systemic Cancers
19. Skin Signs of Hematologic Disease
20. Cutaneous Lymphomas & Sarcoma
21. Skin Diseases in Organ and Bone Marrow Transplantation
22. Adverse Cutaneous Drug Reactions
23. Disorders of Psychiatric Etiology
Part III. Diseases Due to Microbial Agents
24. Bacterial Infections Involving the Skin
25. Fungal Infections of the Skin and Hair
26. Rickettsial Infections
27. Viral Infections of Skin and Mucosa
28. Arthropod Insect Bites, Stings, and Cutaneous Infections
29. Systemic Parasitic Infections
30. Sexually Transmitted Infections
31. Human Retroviral Infections and Mucocutaneous Manifestations of HIV/AIDS Disease
Part IV: Skin Signs of Hair, Nail, and Mucosal Disorders
32. Disorders of Hair Follicles and Related Disorders
33. Disorders of the Nail Apparatus
34. Disorders of the Mouth
35. Disorders of the Genitalia, Perineum, and Anus
36. The Eye
37. Generalized Pruritis without Skin Lesions
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