Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology (2 Volume Set) / Edition 2

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Overview

Highly Commended (dermatology category) in both the British Medical Association and Royal Society of Medicine 2006 Book Awards.

During the past three decades pediatric dermatology has emerged as a specialty in its own right and the need for accurate and current information has never been greater. Edited by three leading authorities in the field, with contributions from centers of excellence around the world, this new edition of the Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology brings together a wealth of expert knowledge to provide the most comprehensive, up-to-date and full-color text available. Coverage includes all aspects of the pathology, diagnosis and treatment of skin disorders in children, no matter how obscure.

New features of this Second Edition include:

  • Nine new chapters
  • Every chapter has been updated with the latest developments in the field
  • More emphasis on therapeutic guidelines
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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher
On the 1st edition

"There is much to praise about the Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology...This book will be welcome and well used in the library of any dermatology or pediatric department or division."
New England Journal of Medicine, Sept 2000

"Excellent, comprehensive and nicely produced textbook which will be an essential purchase for most dermatology and paediatric departments" Dermatology in Practice Journal, 2001

"This international effort has resulted in a beautifully organized, state-of-the-art textbook that has captured the excitement of new knowledge and well addresses the goal of launching pediatric dermatology into the new millennium"
Nancy Esterly

On the 2nd Edition

"The new second edition Textbook of Paediatric Dermatology is a wonderful and essential reference text for all with an interest in paediatric dermatology... this book is a great achievement and I would recommend it for anyone interested in paediatric dermatology." Clinical and Experimental Dermatology, 2007

“A wonderful and essential reference text… .Coherence of style … achieved very successfully. A great achievement.” Clinical and Experimental Dermatology

“We have 2,272 pages of concentrated knowledge, broken down into 30 sections comprising 174 chapters. This text has been commended in national medical textbook awards, and deservedly so. This is an essential book for all dermatology departments.” Dermatology in Practice

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405110464
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/2006
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 2272
  • Product dimensions: 9.90 (w) x 11.90 (h) x 5.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Professor John Harper, Professor of Pediatric Dermatology, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London, UK

Professor Arnold Oranje, Professor of Paediatric Dermatology, Erasmus Medical Centre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Professor Neil Prose, Professor of Medicine (Dermatology) and Paediatrics, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA

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Table of Contents

VOLUME 1.

Section 1: The Newborn.

1.1 Embryogenesis of the Skin.

Karen A. Holbrook.

1.2 Physiology of Neonatal Skin.

Peter H. Hoeger.

1.3 Skin Care of the Newborn.

Jean-François Stalder.

1.4 Common Transient Neonatal Dermatoses.

Alain Taïeb & Franck Boralevi.

1.5 Disorders of Subcutaneous Tissue in the Newborn.

Susan Bayliss Mallory & Roy Colven.

1.6 Cutaneous Manifestations of Congenital Infections.

Peter H. Hoeger.

1.7 Acquired Neonatal Infections.

Nico G. Hartwig, Arnold P. Oranje, Dirk Van Gysel & Marinus C.G. van Praag.

1.8 Developmental Abnormalities.

Henning Hamm.

1.9 Differential Diagnosis of Neonatal Erythroderma.

Elizabeth Alvarez Connelly & Mary K. Spraker.

1.10 Collodion Baby and Harlequin Ichthyosis.

Mary R. Judge.

1.11 Neonatal Lupus Erythematosus.

Daniel P. McCauliffe.

1.12 Restrictive Dermopathy.

David G. Paige.

1.13 Congenital Erosive and Vesicular Dermatosis.

Bernard Cohen.

1.14 Iatrogenic Disorders of the Newborn.

Elia Maalouf & David Harvey.

Section 2: Napkin Dermatitis.

2.1 General Aspects of Napkin Dermatitis.

Arnold P. Oranje.

2.2 Causative Factors of Napkin Dermatitis.

Ernesto Bonifazi.

2.3 Clinical Features and Differential Diagnosis of Napkin Dermatitis.

Albert C. Yan, Julie E. Wahrman & Paul J. Honig.

2.4 Management of Irritant Napkin Dermatitis.

Arnold P. Oranje.

Section 3: Atopic Dermatitis.

3.1 Epidemiology of Atopic Dermatitis.

Carsten Flohr & Hywel C. Williams.

3.2 Genetics of Atopic Dermatitis.

Miriam Moffatt, William O.C.M. Cookson & John Harper.

3.3 Immunology of Atopic Dermatitis.

Jan D. Bos.

3.4 Immunopharmacological Mechanisms in Atopic Dermatitis.

Clive B. Archer.

3.5 Microbiology of Atopic Dermatitis.

Rosemary Lever.

3.6 Clinical Features and Diagnostic Criteria of Atopic Dermatitis.

Barbara I.F. Kunz & Johannes Ring.

3.7 Atopic Dermatitis: Scoring Severity and Quality of Life Assessment.

M. Susan Lewis-Jones & Carolyn R. Charman.

3.8 Guidelines to Management of Atopic Dermatitis.

E. Ann Bingham.

3.9 The Role of Dietary Restriction in Atopic Dermatitis.

Timothy J. David.

3.10 Inhalant Allergens and Atopic Dermatitis.

John O. Warner.

3.11 Eczema Herpeticum.

Helen M. Goodyear.

3.12 Psychological Aspects of Atopic Dermatitis.

Mary T. Glover.

Section 4: Other Types of Dermatitis.

4.1 Infantile Seborrhoeic Dermatitis.

Ramon Grimalt.

4.2 Hypereosinophilic Disorders.

Nerys M. Roberts & Richard Staughton.

4.3 Pityriasis Alba.

Kazuya Yamamoto.

4.4 Perioral Dermatitis.

Ilona J. Frieden.

4.5 Pompholyx.

Carlo Gelmetti.

4.6 Nummular or Discoid Dermatitis.

Linda E. De Raeve.

4.7 Seborrhoeic Dermatitis of Adolescence.

James A.A. Langtry.

4.8 Lichen Simplex Chronicus and Prurigo.

Lourdes Tamayo-Sanchez & John Harper.

4.9 Juvenile Plantar Dermatosis.

Dominique Tennstedt.

4.10 Allergic Contact Dermatitis.

Ian R. White.

4.11 Phytodermatoses.

Christopher R. Lovell.

Section 5: Infections.

5.1 Human Papillomavirus Infection and Molluscum Contagiosum.

E. Claire Benton.

5.2 Herpes Simplex Virus Infections.

Helen M. Goodyear.

5.3 Viral Exanthems.

Bernice R. Krafchik & Raymond Tellier.

5.4 Gianotti–Crosti Syndrome.

Carlo Gelmetti.

5.5 Poxviruses.

M. Susan Lewis-Jones.

5.6 Cutaneous Manifestations of HIV and HTLV-1 Infection.

Neil S. Prose.

5.7 Pyodermas and Toxin-mediated Syndromes.

Steven D. Resnick.

5.8 Skin Manifestations of Meningococcal Infection.

Saul N. Faust, Parviz Habibi & Robert S. Heyderman.

5.9 Pitted Keratolysis, Erythrasma and Erysipeloid.

Anita P. Sheth.

5.10 Mycobacterial Infections of the Skin.

Lisa McNally, Huda Al-Ansari & Vas Novelli.

5.11 Bartonella Infections: Bacillary Angiomatosis, Cat Scratch Disease and Bartonellosis.

Sarah A. Myers & Heidi H. Kong.

5.12 Lyme Disease.

B. Anne Eberhard & Norman T. Ilowite.

5.13 Endemic Treponematoses: Yaws, Pinta and Endemic Syphilis.

Herman Jan H. Engelkens.

5.14 Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Other Rickettsial Infections.

Daniel J. Sexton.

5.15 Superficial Fungal Infections.

Yvonne M. Clayton & Mary K. Moore.

5.16 Deep Mycoses and Opportunistic Infections.

Adrián-Martín Pierini.

Section 6: Nutritional Disorders.

6.1 Skin Manifestations of Nutritional Disorders.

Ramón Ruiz-Maldonado & Luz Orozco-Covarrubias.

Section 7: Tropical Dermatoses.

7.1 Tropical Ulcer.

Beverley Adriaans.

7.2 Leishmaniasis.

Evelyne Halpert, Gerzain Rodriguez & Carlos Arturo Hernandez.

7.3 Cutaneous Larva Migrans.

Carolina Sampaio, Silmara da Costa Pereira Cestari & Fausto Forin Alonso.

7.4 Myiasis.

Peter H. Hoeger.

7.5 Leprosy.

Rudy F.M. Lai A Fat.

Section 8: Bites, Stings and Infestations.

8.1 Papular Urticaria.

Ian F. Burgess.

8.2 Scabies and Lice.

Julie S. Prendiville.

8.3 Other Noxious and Venomous Creatures.

David A. Burns.

Section 9: Urticaria and the Erythemas.

9.1 Urticaria.

Christine Leaute-Labreze, Patricia Mortureux & Alain Taïeb.

9.2 Mastocytosis.

Dirk Van Gysel, Ron H.N. van Schaik & Arnold P. Oranje.

9.3 Annular Erythemas.

Kimberly A. Horii & Amy Jo Nopper.

9.4 Erythema Nodosum and Other Forms of Panniculitis.

Portia C. Goldsmith.

9.5 Erythema Multiforme, Stevens–Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis.

Joanna M. Burch & William L. Weston.

Section 10: Acne.

10.1 Acne.

William J. Cunliffe & Sheila M. Clark.

Section 11: Psoriasis and Other Papulosquamous.

Disorders.

11.1 Psoriasis.

Flora B. de Waard-van der Spek & Arnold P. Oranje.

11.2 Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris.

William A.D. Griffiths.

11.3 Pityriasis Rosea.

Camille A. Haisley-Royster.

11.4 Pityriasis Lichenoides.

Ernesto Bonifazi.

11.5 Lichen Planus and Lichen Nitidus.

Lawrence M. Solomon, Deborah Ehrlich & Bella Zubkov.

11.6 Lichen Striatus.

Alain Taïeb & Edouard Grosshans.

Section 12: Blistering Disorders.

12.1 Differential Diagnosis of Vesiculobullous.

Lesions.

M. Joyce Rico.

12.2 Infantile Acropustulosis.

Richard J. Antaya.

12.3 Chronic Bullous Disease of Childhood: Linear IgA Disease of Childhood and Mixed Immunobullous Disease.

Jenny J. Powell & Fenella Wojnarowska.

12.4 Dermatitis Herpetiformis.

Jonathan N. Leonard.

12.5 Pemphigus, Pemphigoid and Epidermolysis Bullosa Acquisita.

J. Henk Sillevis Smitt.

Section 13: Skin Nodules.

13.1 Differential Diagnosis of Skin Nodules and Cysts.

Peter H. Hoeger.

13.2 Granuloma Annulare.

Cameron T.C. Kennedy.

13.3 Adnexal Disorders.

Sarah L. Stein, Gregory E. Viehman & Christopher R. Shea.

13.4 Calcification and Ossification in the Skin.

Eulalia Baselga & Janet A. Fairley.

13.5 Knuckle Pads.

Elaine C. Siegfried.

13.6 Fibromatoses, Hyalinoses and Stiff Skin Syndrome.

Grazia Mancini, Arnold P. Oranje, Jan C. den Hollander & Moise L. Levy.

13.7 Angiolymphoid Hyperplasia with Eosinophilia.

Linda G. Rabinowitz.

13.8 Lymphomatoid Papulosis.

Françoise J.M.A. van Neer & Johan Toonstra.

13.9 Jessner’s Lymphocytic Infiltrate of the Skin.

Johan Toonstra & Françoise J.M.A. van Neer.

13.10 Skin Malignancies.

Adrián-Martín Pierini & Rita García-Díaz.

Section 14: Disorders of Pigmentation.

14.1 Disorders of Hypopigmentation and Hyperpigmentation.

Jean L. Bolognia.

14.2 Vitiligo.

Juliette Mazereeuw-Hautier & John Harper.

Section 15: Photosensitivity.

15.1 The Idiopathic Photodermatoses.

James Ferguson.

15.2 Porphyrias.

Jose M. Mascaro & Henry W. Lim.

15.3 Photoprotection.

Robin L. Hornung & MaryAnn O’Hara.

Section 16: Melanocytic Naevi/Melanoma.

16.1 Melanocytic Naevi and Melanoma.

Julia A. Newton Bishop.

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VOLUME 2.

Section 17: Epidermal Naevi/Epidermal Naevus.

Syndromes/Proteus Syndrome.

17.1 Epidermal Naevi/Epidermal Naevus.

Syndromes.

Maureen Rogers.

17.2 Proteus Syndrome.

Carolina Sampaio, Anna Martinez, Karen Barker, Fergal Monsell, Richard Houlston & John Harper.

Section 18: Vascular and Lymphatic.

Anomalies.

18.1 Vascular Malformations.

Odile Enjolras, Laurence M. Boon & John B. Mulliken.

18.2 Infantile Haemangiomas and Other Vascular Tumours.

Anna L. Bruckner, Ilona J. Frieden & Nancy Burton Esterly.

18.3 Disorders of Lymphatics.

Sahar Mansour & Peter S. Mortimer.

Section 19: Genetic Disorders.

19.1 Principles of Genetics, Mosaicism and Molecular Biology.

Rudolf Happle.

19.2 Chromosome Disorders.

Peter W. Lunt.

19.3 Review of Keratin Disorders.

Maurice A.M. van Steensel & Peter M. Steijlen.

19.4 Epidermolysis Bullosa.

David J. Atherton, Jemima E. Mellerio & Jacqueline E. Denyer.

19.5 Generalized Disorders of Cornification (the Ichthyoses).

Mary L. Williams, Anna L. Bruckner & Amy Jo Nopper.

19.6 Netherton’s Syndrome.

Christina Ong & John Harper.

19.7 Palmoplantar Keratodermas.

Maurice A.M. van Steensel & Peter M. Steijlen.

19.8 Keratosis Pilaris.

Arnold P. Oranje & Dirk Van Gysel.

19.9 The Erythrokeratodermas.

David G. Paige.

19.10 Darier’s Disease.

Susan M. Burge.

19.11 The Porokeratoses.

Elaine C. Siegfried.

19.12 Ectodermal Dysplasias.

Alan D. Irvine.

19.13 The Neurofibromatoses.

Susan M. Huson & Martino Ruggieri.

19.14 Tuberous Sclerosis.

John P. Osborne.

19.15 Incontinentia Pigmenti and Pigmentary Mosaicism.

Dian Donnai.

19.16 The Gorlin (Naevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma) Syndrome.

Peter A. Farndon.

19.17 Focal Dermal Hypoplasia Syndrome (Synonym: Goltz Syndrome).

Carolina Sampaio & John Harper.

19.18 Premature Ageing Syndromes.

Helga V. Toriello.

19.19 Xeroderma Pigmentosum, Cockayne’s Syndrome and Trichothiodystrophy.

Annette M. Wagner.

19.20 Rothmund–Thomson Syndrome, Bloom’s Syndrome, Dyskeratosis Congenita, Fanconi’s Syndrome and Kindler’s Syndrome.

Celia Moss & Anna Martinez.

19.21 Genetic Diseases that Predispose to Malignancy,.

1596.

Shinod Palayoor & John Harper.

19.22 Prenatal Diagnosis of Inherited Skin Disorders.

John A. McGrath.

19.23 Skin Gene Therapy.

Matthias Titeux & Alain Hovnanian.

Section 20: Disorders of Fat Tissue.

20.1 Disorders of Fat Tissue.

Marc Lacour.

Section 21: Disorders of Connective Tissue.

21.1 Ehlers–Danlos Syndromes.

Navjeet Sidhu-Malik & Nigel P. Burrows.

21.2 Cutis Laxa.

Richard J. Antaya.

21.3 Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum.

Mark Lebwohl.

21.4 Buschke–Ollendorff Syndrome, Marfan’s.

Syndrome, Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Anetodermas and Atrophodermas.

Marc Lacour.

21.5 Striae.

Frédéric Cambazard & Jean-Loïc Michel.

Section 22: The Histocytoses.

22.1 The Histiocytoses, Langerhans Cell and Non-Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis.

Frédéric Cambazard & Jean-Louis Stephan.

Section 23: The Oral Cavity.

23.1 Diseases of the Oral Mucosa and Tongue.

Jane Luker.

Section 24: Hair and Nails.

24.1 Hair Disorders.

Elise A. Olsen.

24.2 Alopecia Areata.

Yves de Prost & Christine Bodemer.

24.3 Nail Disorders.

Antonella Tosti & Bianca M. Piraccini.

Section 25: Genitourinary Problems in Children.

25.1 Genital Disease in Children.

Gayle O. Fischer & Maureen Rogers.

25.2 Vulvovaginitis and Lichen Sclerosus.

Sallie M. Neill.

25.3 Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Children and Adolescents.

Arnold P. Oranje, Robert A.C. Bilo & Nico G. Hartwig.

25.4 Physical and Sexual Abuse.

Vic Larcher.

Section 26: Systemic Diseases.

26.1 Sarcoidosis, Pyoderma Gangrenosum, Sweet’s Syndrome, Crohn’s Disease and Granulomatous.

Cheilitis.

Susan M. Sweeney & Karen Wiss.

26.2 Amyloidosis.

Teri A. Kahn.

26.3 Henoch–Schönlein Purpura.

Linda G. Rabinowitz.

26.4 Acute Haemorrhagic Oedema of the Skin in Infancy.

Alain Taïeb & Valérie Legrain.

26.5 Purpura Fulminans.

Michael Levin, Brian S. Eley & Saul N. Faust.

26.6 Urticarial Vasculitis.

Joseph L. Jorizzo & Bhavik P. Soni.

26.7 Erythema Elevatum Diutinum.

Joseph L. Jorizzo & Bhavik P. Soni.

26.8 Pigmented Purpuras.

Linda G. Rabinowitz.

26.9 Erythromelalgia.

Justin Daniels & John Harper.

26.10 Wegener’s Granulomatosis, Polyarteritis Nodosa, Behçet’s Disease and Relapsing Polychondritis.

E. Jane Tizard & Michael J. Dillon.

26.11 Kawasaki Disease.

Tomisaku Kawasaki.

26.12 Inherited Metabolic Disorders and the Skin.

Johannis B.C. de Klerk & Arnold P. Oranje.

26.13 Cystic Fibrosis.

Rod Phillips.

26.14 Carotenaemia.

Peter T. Clayton.

26.15 Cutaneous Manifestations of Endocrine Disease.

Peter A. Hogan.

26.16 Morphoea (Synonym: Localized Scleroderma).

Carolina Sampaio, Maria Teresa Visentin,.

Kevin Howell, Patricia Woo & John Harper.

26.17 Systemic Sclerosis in Childhood.

Christopher P. Denton & Carol M. Black.

26.18 Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, Dermatomyositis and Recurrent.

Fevers Syndromes.

Patricia Woo.

26.19 Immunodeficiency Syndromes.

Amy S. Paller.

26.20 Graft-Versus-Host Disease.

John Harper & Paul Veys.

Section 27: Psychological Aspects of Skin Disease in Children.

27.1 Coping with Chronic Skin Disease.

Hannah R. Dennis & Helen J. Rostill.

27.2 Physiological Habits, Self-mutilation and Factitious Disorders.

Robert A.C. Bilo & Arnold P. Oranje.

Section 28: Treatment, Reactions to Drugs and Poisoning.

28.1 Principles of Paediatric Dermatological Therapy.

Dennis P. West, Kabir Julka, Maria Letizia Musumeci, Raymond Ramirez, Giuseppe Micali & Elisa S. Gallo.

28.2 Hypersensitivity Reactions To Drugs.

Sandra R. Knowles, Lori E. Shapiro & Neil H. Shear.

28.3 Poisoning and Paediatric Skin.

Giuseppe Micali, Kabir Julka, Maria Letizia Musumeci, Elisa S. Gallo & Dennis P. West.

Section 29: Paediatric Dermatological Surgery and Laser Therapy.

29.1 Basic Skin Surgery Techniques.

Susan M. Sweeney & Mary E. Maloney.

29.2 Treatment of Giant Congenital Melanocytic Naevi.

Linda E. De Raeve.

29.3 More Complex Skin Surgery.

Loshan Kangesu.

29.4 Laser Treatment for Cutaneous Vascular Anomalies.

Samira Syed, Jane Linward, Moise Levy & John Harper.

29.5 The Use of Resurfacing, Pigment and Depilation Lasers in Children.

David Gault.

29.6 Sedation and Anaesthesia.

Yuin-Chew Chan & Lawrence F. Eichenfield.

Section 30: Nursing Care of Paediatric Skin.

30.1 Nursing Care of Paediatric Skin.

Jane Stevens, Jane Linward, Jacqueline Denyer,.

Debra Lomas & John Harper

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