Sauer's Manual of Skin Diseases / Edition 10

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Overview

The best-selling dermatology manual for medical students, residents, and primary care practitioners, Sauer's Manual of Skin Diseases provides step-by-step instructions and algorithms for diagnosis and treatment of all common skin conditions. Unique features include more than 700 full-color photographs; diagnostic algorithms based on site and type of lesion and age of patient; and a comprehensive dictionary-index of skin diseases. This thoroughly revised, updated Tenth Edition includes new chapters on sexually transmitted infections, non-melanoma skin cancer, vascular tumors, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, skin diseases in ethnic skin, obesity and dermatology, skin diseases in transplant patients, and nutritional and metabolic diseases and the skin.

A companion website will include the fully searchable text and an image bank.

The best-selling dermatology manual for medical students, residents, and primary care practitioners, Sauer's Manual of Skin Diseases is in its revised, updated Ninth Edition. It provides step-by-step instructions and algorithms for diagnosis and treatment of all common skin conditions. Unique features include more than 400 full-color photographs; diagnostic algorithms based on site and type of lesion and age of patient; chapters on cosmetics and tropical diseases; a formulary; and a comprehensive dictionary-index of skin diseases. This edition includes new chapters on malignant melanoma, bioterrorism, dermatoses in pregnancy, sports medicine dermatology, and psychodermatology, plus timely information on dermatologic reactions to drugs.

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Patricia Wong, MD (Stanford University Medical Center)
Description: Dr. Gordon Sauer's Manual of Skin Diseases is alive and well in this 10th edition of a collaborative effort by dermatology residents and faculty. The book will appeal to general practitioners and medical students, as the focus is on helping them interpret the correct general category of skin condition they are seeing in their patients. The chapters are organized by clinical categories such as acneiform dermatoses, pruritic dermatoses, vascular dermatoses, etc. With each discussion is a detailed list of suggested treatment options. Throughout the chapters, Dr. Sauer's clinical tips appear in shaded boxes. The index is also a dictionary, defining terms and syndromes that are confusing for nondermatologists.
Purpose: The purpose is to help physicians who are not dermatologists in diagnosing, treating, and understanding some of the common skin disorders they will encounter in their patients. Medical students would enjoy reading the salient points without being overwhelmed by more authoritative encyclopedic texts.
Audience: The audience is general practitioners, family practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, medical students, and first year dermatology residents.
Features: This is a good basic clinical dermatology reference. Its strengths are the differential diagnoses and the treatment plans, many of which are based on the authors' personal clinical experiences. Useful tables of comparison illustrate clinical presentation of similar diseases, staging of diseases, and drugs. Although there are numerous color photographs, some are not clear enough or are too dark to appreciate the lesional characteristics. The book is also accessible online.
Assessment: This manual provides nondermatologists and students with a painless way to educate themselves in dermatology without getting encumbered by the perplexing language. Following the authors' tips, one can arrive at a reasonable possibility of a diagnosis and embark on treatment with some confidence.
Patricia L. Wong
This is the millennium edition of this work; the seventh edition was published in 1997. This updated, multiauthored paperback includes a new chapter on tropical dermatology and a revised drug formulary. The chapters are organized by broad categories such as viral, fungal, bullous, or collagen diseases, making it user friendly for the non-dermatologist. The purpose is to serve as a dermatology resource for the non-dermatologic professional. Medical students, first year dermatology residents, and primary care physicians will find this reference a good addition to their medical library. The discussions of the various entities are succinct and informative without being too pedantic or obtuse. The color photographs for the most part are excellent and helpful in allowing a medical student or general practitioner to ""match up the picture"" with the patient and arrive at a reasonable working diagnosis and treatment plan. The chapters are sprinkled with ""Sauerisms"" highlighted in light blue shaded boxes. These are clinical tips based on his experience and they are interesting to read. This is one of the few texts that includes a discussion on prescribing compounded medications and this is an enjoyable aspect of the book. I have a quibble with the educational acne handout where it is recommended that one avoid ""greasy fried foods and chocolate"" among a multitude of other foods if one wishes to clear up one's acne. Apparently, this quibble has been pointed out in the past by others, as Sauer acknowledges his opinion differs from the mainstream school of thought of treating acne in this regard. The appendix-dictionary is an unusual twist. I wish that a page number had been providedfor all the words defined. The reader will learn not only the basic principles of diagnosis in dermatology but treatment as well.
Booknews
A textbook for medical students and reference for general practitioners, presenting only the material they must know to diagnose and treat patients with common skin diseases without describing all the exceptions and rarities that should be referred to a specialist. Highly illustrated with color photographs. Saur himself was still on board for the 1996 seventh edition, titled ; for the eighth, the dictionary/index has been completely revamped, all chapters have been updated, and some new authors recruited. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605470771
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 4/30/2010
  • Edition description: Tenth
  • Edition number: 10
  • Pages: 576
  • Sales rank: 575,168
  • Product dimensions: 8.70 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

FUNDAMENTALS OF DERMATOLOGY: Structure of the Skin, Kenneth R. Watson and Christopher J. Kligora / Laboratory Procedures and Tests, Christopher J. Kligora and Kenneth R. Watson / Dermatologic Diagnosis, John C. Hall / Dermatologic Therapy, John C. Hall / Technologic Applications in Dermatology, Frank Custer Koranda / Fundamentals of Cutaneous Surgery, Frank Custer Koranda / Cosmetics for the Physician, Marianne N. O'Donoghue / Dermatologic Allergy, John C. Hall / Immune-Mediated Skin Diseases, Johannes Ring and Benedetta Belloni

INFLAMMATORY SKIN DISEASES: Atopic Dermatitis, Jasna Lipozencic and Suzana Ljubojevic / Pruritic Dermatoses, John C. Hall / Vascular Dermatoses, John C. Hall / Seborrheic Dermatitis, Acne, and Rosacea, John C. Hall / Psoriasis, Jeffrey M. Weinberg / Other Papulosquamous Dermatoses, John C. Hall / Granulomatous Dermatoses, John C. Hall / Dermatologic Parasitology, John C. Hall / Bullous Dermatoses, John C. Hall / Exfoliative Dermatitis, John C. Hall / Psychodermatology, John Koo and Ellen de Coninck

INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN THE SKIN: Dermatologic Bacteriology, John C. Hall / Spirochetal Infections, John C. Hall / Dermatologic Virology, Antia Satyprakash, Parisa Rayanfar, and Stephen K. Tyring / Cutaneous Diseases Associated with Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Crystal Thomas, Antoanella Calame, and Clay Cockerell / Dermatologic Mycology, John C. Hall / Sexually Transmitted Infections, Clifton S. Hall, Jason S. Reichenberg, and Dayna Diven

TUMORS OF THE SKIN: Tumors of the Skin, John C. Hall / Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer, Victor J. Marks and Nathan W. Hanson / Melanoma, Robin S. Weiner and Jaeyoung Yoon / Vascular Tumors, Margaret S. Lee and Marilyn G. Liang / Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma, Stephen G. Nervi, W. Clark Lambert, and Robert A. Schwartz

STRUCTURES ASSOCIATED WITH THE SKIN: Diseases Affecting the Hair, Thelda M. Kestenbaum / Diseases Affecting the Nail Unit, Richard K. Scher and Brad Merritt / Diseases of the Mucous Membranes, John C. Hall

SPECIALIZED DISEASE CATEGORIES: Skin Diseases in Ethnic Skin, Cheryl M. Burgess and Beverly A. Johnson / Pigmentary Dermatoses, John C. Hall / Collagen-Vascular Diseases, Aaron Loyd, Gary Goldenberg, and Joseph L. Jorizzo / The Skin and Internal Disease, Sarah Asch, Pascal Ferzli, and Warren R. Heymann / Dermatologic Reactions to Ultraviolet Radiation and Visible Light, Laurie L. Kohen and Henry W. Lim / Genodermatoses, Amy Y. Jan and Virginia Sybert / Pediatric Dermatology, Kimberly A. Horii and Vidya Sharma / General Principles of Skin Aging, Deede Liu, Emily Stevens, Daniel West, and Daniel Aires / Obesity and Dermatology, Noah S. Scheinfeld / Skin Disease in Transplant Patients, E.B. Olasz and M. Neuburg / Tropical Diseases of the Skin, Francisco G. Bravo and Salim Mohanna / Sports Medicine Dermatology, Rodney S.W. Basler / Cutaneous Signs of Bioterrorism, Megan Kinney, Steven R. Feldman, Jeffrey N. Lackey, and Scott A. Norton / Dermatoses of Pregnancy, J.K. Shornick / Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases and the Skin, Brian J. Hall / Where to Look for More Information About a Skin Disease, John C. Hall

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