Treatment of Skin Disease: Comprehensive Therapeutic Strategies / Edition 2

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This second edition provides all-new full-color clinical photographs and features 23 new chapters covering current concerns, such as the dermatological manifestations of common bioterrorism agents. You'll also find up to four therapies for each condition, an easy-to-use alphabetical organization, information on how to treat over 235 diseases and the best clinical evidence for all treatment recommendations.
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Reviewer: Patricia Wong, MD (Stanford University Medical Center)
Description: Finally someone has put together a textbook of therapeutic treatment options for skin diseases! And it's a great book! Skin diseases are listed alphabetically and current treatments are discussed by a different author (or authors). All treatment modalities with published data are mentioned and the citations are included and briefly discussed. The therapies are ranked according to what are the most common approaches and finally third line therapies, which may be necessary when the more conventional treatments have failed or not been tolerated.
Purpose: The purpose of the book is to provide a summary of treatments that is quickly referenced and available to clinicians. I definitely would recommend this book to all clinical dermatologists. I like it better than the Shelley's Advanced Dermatologic Therapy II (W.B. Saunders , 2001) because the therapies are not so anecdotal and "way out."
Audience: The book is for clinical dermatologists. The authors are credible authorities on the subject matter.
Features: Excellent photographs of each entity are included at the top of the page of each discussion. Each therapeutic recommendation is rated as to the evidence-based literature.
Assessment: This book should be a part of every dermatologist's library.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323036030
  • Publisher: Mosby, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/20/2005
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 752
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 11.30 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Evidence Levels
Acknowlegments and Dedication xxiv
1 Acanthosis nigricans - Amy Pote, Nicole Conrad, Ponciano D Cruz Jr
2 Acne keloidalis nuchae - William Perkins
3 Acne vulgaris - William Cunliffe
4 Acrodermatitis enteropathica - Kenneth H Neldner
5 Actinic keratoses - Cate Scarff, Rodney Sinclair
6 Actinic prurigo - Robert S Dawe, James Ferguson
7 Allergic contact dermatitis and photoallergy - Rosemary L Nixon
8 Alopecia areata - John Berth-Jones, Anthony Abdullah
9 Amyloidosis - Kathryn Dortzbach, Daniel Roling, William D James
10 Androgenetic alopecia - Rodney Sinclair, Keng-Ee Thai
11 Angiokeratomas - Erika Gaines Levine, Rhonda E Schnur
12 Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia - William Y M Tang, Loi-Yuen Chan, Wing Yin Lam
13 Angular cheilitis - Roy S Rogers III
14 Anogenital warts - Brian Berman, Stacy Frankel
15 Antiphospholipid syndrome - Gillian E Gibson
16 Aphthous stomatitis - Justin J Green, Joseph L Jorizzo
17 Atopic dermatitis - Donald Rudikoff
18 Atypical mycobacteria - Sanjay Agarwal, John Berth-Jones
19 Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis - Tsui Chin Ling, Ian Coulson
20 Bacillary angiomatosis - Jacqueline A Dyche, Richard C D Staughton
21 Balanitis (including Zoon's balanitis) - Melissa Piliang, Ginat Mirowski
22 Basal cell carcinoma - James M Spencer
23 Becker's nevus - Graham Johnson, Robert Burd
24 Behçet's disease - Justin J Green, Joseph L Jorizzo
25 Bites and stings - Dirk M Elston
26 Blastomycosis (North American blastomycosis) - Wanda S Robles
27 Blistering distal dactylitis - Irshad Zaki
28 Bowen's disease and erythroplasia of Queyrat - Kari Williamson Boucher, Naomi Lawrence
29 Bullous pemphigoid - Darrell W Gonzales, Sam Kim, Victoria P Werth
30 Candidiasis - Robin Buchholz, Michael Fisher
31 Cat scratch disease - Bryan A Selkin, George J Murakawa
32 Cellulitis and erysipelas - Adrian H M Heagerty
33 Chancroid - Glenn C Newell, Frances E Loftus
34 Chilblains - Pauline Dowd, Verity Blackwell
35 Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis chronicus - Clifford Lawrence
36 Chromoblastomycosis - Wanda S Robles
37 Chronic actinic dermatitis - Sandra Albert, John L M Hawk
38 Coccidioidomycosis - Wanda S Robles
39 Contact dermatitis - irritant - John McFadden
40 Cryptococcosis - Wanda S Robles
41 Cutaneous T cell lymphomas - Jeremy R Marsden
42 Darier's disease - Susan M Cooper, Susan M Burge
43 Decubitus ulcers - Joseph A Witkowski, Lawrence Charles Parish
44 Delusions of parasitosis - John Cotterill
45 Dermatitis artefacta - John Koo, Chai Sue Lee, Paul Bowman
46 Dermatitis herpetiformis - Payam Tristani-Firouzi, John J Zone
47 Dermatologic non disease - John Cotterill
48 Dermatomyositis - Jeffrey Callen
49 Diaper dermatitis - Victoria M Yates
50 Discoid eczema - Neil Cox
51 Discoid lupus erythematosus - Maryanna C Ter Poorten, Bruce H Thiers
52 Dissecting cellulitis of the scalp and folliculitis decalvans - Wei Jing Loo, Rodney P R Dawber
53 Eosinophilic fasciitis - Marsha L Gordon, Amy Krupnick
54 Epidermal nevi - Robert Burd
55 Epidermoydysplasia verruciformis - Tracy L Bialy, Huachen Wei
56 Epidermolysis bullosa - Ysabel M Bello, Anna F Falabella,
Lawrence A Schachner
57 Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita - Lawrence S Chan
58 Erythema annulare centrifugum - Kari Williamson Boucher, Julia Haimowitz
59 Erythema dyschromicum perstans - Sanjay Agarwal, John Berth-Jones
60 Erythema elevatum diutinum - Helen S Young, Ian H Coulson
61 Erythema infectiosum - Robert Burd
62 Erythema multiforme - Monica Bhushan, Nick Craven
63 Erythema nodosum - Timothy G Woodall, Richard L Spielvogel
64 Erythrasma - Andrew G Smith
65 Erythroderma - John Berth-Jones
66 Erythrokeratodermias - Gabriele Richard
67 Erythromelalgia - Cato Mørk, Knut Kvernebo
68 Erythropoietic protoporphyria - Maureen B Poh-Fitzpatrick
69 Extramammary Paget's disease - Kari Williamson Boucher, Robin M Levin
70 Flushing - Jonathan K Wilkin
71 Follicular mucinosis - Victoria Jolliffe, Malcolm Rustin
72 Folliculitis - Beverley Adriaans
73 Fox-Fordyce disease - Ian Coulson
74 Furunculosis - Beverley Adriaans
75 Geographic tongue - Roy S Rogers III
76 Gianotti-Crosti syndrome - Carlo Gelmetti
77 Glossodynia - L isa A Drage, Roy S Rogers III
78 Gonorrhea - Patrice Morel
79 Graft versus host disease - Patricia Nguyer, H Carlos Nousari
80 Granuloma annulare - Andrew Ilchyshyn
81 Granuloma faciale - Sue Handfield-Jones
82 Granuloma inguinale - Patrice Morel
83 Granulomatous cheilitis - Justin J Green, Julia E Haimowitz
84 Grover's disease - Stuart C Murray, Susan M Burge
85 Hailey-Hailey disease - Robin AC Graham-Brown, Susan M Burge
86 Hemangiomas - Adelaide A Hebert, Paul T Martinelli
87 Hereditary angioedema - Warren R Heymann, Justin J Green
88 Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia - Mitchell S Cappell, Oscar Lebwohl
89 Herpes simplex - Jane C Sterling
90 Herpes zoster - Richard Ashton
91 Hidradenitis suppurativa - Peter S Mortimer
92 Histoplasmosis - Wanda S Robles
93 Hydroa vacciniforme - Girish Gupta
94 Hyperhidrosis - James Langtry
95 Hypertrichosis and hirsutism - John B O'Driscoll
96 Ichthyoses - John J DiGiovanna
97 Impetigo - Robert Burd
98 Juvenile plantar dermatosis - Stephen K Jones
99 Juvenile xanthogranuloma - Olivia MV Schofield
100 Kaposi sarcoma - Steven M Manders
101 Kawasaki disease - Ranon Mann, Michael Fisher
102 Keloid scarring - Brian Berman, Ricardo Romagosa
103 Keratoacanthoma - Caroline Owen, Nicholas Telfer
104 Keratosis pilaris and variants - Arash Akhavan, Donald Rudikoff
105 Langerhans cell histiocytosis - Ho Jin Kim, Peter B Langmuir
106 Larva migrans - Camilo Diaz, Anthony Abdullah
107 Leiomyoma - Tsui Chin Ling, Ian Coulson
108 Leishmaniasis - Suhail M Hadi
109 Lentigo maligna - John A Carucci, Darrell S Rigel
110 Leprosy including reactions - Anne E Burdick
111 Leukocytoclastic vasculitis - Jeffrey P Callen
112 Lichen myxedematosus - Noreen A Galaria, William D James
113 Lichen nitidus - Andrew L Wright
114 Lichen planopilaris - Eric Berkowitz, Mark Lebwohl
115 Lichen planus - Mark Lebwohl
116 Lichen sclerosu et atrophicus - Tanya E Reddick, Amy S Paller
117 Lichen simplex chronicus - Erika Gaines Levine, Donald J Baker
118 Linear IgA bullous dermatosis and chronic bullous dermatosis of childhood - Neil J Korman
119 Lipodermatosclerosis - Malini Sahu, Tania J Phillips
120 Lyme borreliosis - Edward Liu, Fran R Wallach
121 Lymphangioma circumscriptum - Sandeep H Cliff, Peter S Mortimer
122 Lymphedema - Peter S Mortimer
123 Lymphocytoma cutis - Fiona J Child, Sean J Whittaker
124 Lymphogranuloma venereum - Patrice Morel
125 Lymphomatoid papulosis - Jacqueline M Junkins-Hopkins, Alain H Rook, Carmela C Vittorio
126 Malignant melanoma - Jackie Tripp, Alfred W Kopf
127 Mastocytoses - Nicholas A Soter
128 Melasma - Christopher E M Griffiths
129 Miliaria - Megan Bartsch, Mei-Heng Tan
130 Molluscum contagiosum - Dermot B McKenna, Claire Benton
131 Morphea - Allen N Sapadin, Raul Fleischmajer
132 Mucous membrane pemphigoid - Roy S Rogers III
133 Mycetoma: eumycetoma and actinomycetoma - Wanda S Robles
134 Myiasis - Robert G Phelps, Jeffrey Berger
135 Myxoid cyst - David de Berker
136 Necrobiosis lipoidica - Ian Coulson
137 Necrolytic migratory erythema - Erika Gaines Levine, Steven M Manders
138 Neurofibromatosis, type 1 - Erika Gaines Levine, Rhonda E Schnur
139 Neurogenic excoriations - John Y M Koo, Lawrence C C Cheung
140 Nevoid basal cell carcinoma - Katina M Byrd, Gary L Peck
141 Nevus sebaceous - Robert Burd, Harviner S Ghara, S Ehura
142 Onchocerciasis - Michele E Murdoch
143 Orf - Jane C Sterling
144 Palmoplantar keratoderma - Ravi Ratnavel, Pascale Gruber
145 Panniculitis - Robert A Allen, Richard L Spielvogel
146 Paracoccidioido mycosis - Wanda S Robles
147 Paronychia - R B Mallett
148 Pediculosis - Charlot Grech
149 Pemphigus - Hossein C Nousari, Grant J Anhalt
150 Perforating dermatoses - Robert Carruthers, Mark Lebwohl
151 Peutz-Jeghers syndrome - Adam S Stibich and Robert A Schwartz
152 Physical urticarias, aquage nic pruritus and cholinergic pruritus- Clive E H Grattan, Sam Gibbs, Frances Lawlor, Anne Kobza-Black
153 Pinta - Miguel Sanchez
154 Pitted keratolysis- Eunice Tan and John Berth-Jones
155 Pityriasis lichenoides chronica - Al ex Milligan
156 Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta - Alex Milligan and Eraham Johnston
157 Pityriasis rosea - Anna Muncaster
158 Pityriasis rubra pilaris - Brian Kirby, Christopher E M Griffiths
159 Polyarteritis nodosa - Jeffrey P Callen
160 Polymorphic light eruption - Warwick L Morison
161 Pompholyx - Anne E Burdick
162 Porokeratoses - M Bhushan
163 Porphyria cutanea tarda - Maureen B Poh-Fitzpatrick
164 Port wine stains - Sami N Al-Suwaidan, Lawrence Eichenfield
165 Pregnancy dermatoses - Wolfgang Jurecka
166 Pretibial myxedema - Elana T Bornstein, Warren R Heymann
167 Prurigo nodularis - Alison Lazinsky, Mark Lebwohl
168 Pruritus ani - Melissa Piliang, Ginat Mirowski
169 Pruritus of renal and liver disease - Karen R Suchin, Elliot J Suchin
170 Pruritus of unknown etiology including senile pruritus - Karen R Suchin
171 Pruritus vulvae - Melissa Piliang, Ginat Mirowski
172 Pseudofolliculitis barbae - Gary J Brauner
173 Pseudoxanthoma elasticum - Kenneth H Neldner
174 Psoriasis - Mark G Lebwohl
175 Pyoderma gangrenosum - John Berth-Jones
176 Raynaud's syndrome - Sumedha Lamba, Marsha L Gordon
177 Reiter's syndrome - Sam Kim, Abby Van Voorhees
178 Relapsing polychondritis - Paul H Bowman, Donald Rudikoff
179 Rocky Mountain spotted fever - Daniel J Sexton, Keith Kaye
180 Rosacea and perioral dermatitis - John Berth-Jones, Sheila M Clark, Catriona A Henderson
181 Sarcoidosis - Justin J Green, Warren R Heymann
182 Scabies - William F G Tucker
183 Scleredema - Lori M DiRusso, Robert T Brodell
184 Scleroderma - Allen N Sapadin, Raul Fleischmajer
185 Seborrheic eczema - Andrew L Wright
186 Seborrheic keratosis - Richard J Motley
187 Spitz nevus - Ronald P Rapini
188 Sporotrichosis - Wanda S Robles
189 Squamous cell carcinoma - Heidi A Waldorf
190 Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome - Anna Martinez, John Harper
191 Steatocystoma multiplex - Roy A Palmer, Martin Keefe
192 Stoma care - Eric Berkowitz, Sally Bishop, Cheryl Lloyd, Mark Lebwohl
193 Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus 602 - Jeffrey Callen
194 Subcorneal pustular dermatosis - Rebecca C C Brooke, Robert J G Chalmers
195 Subcutaneous fat necrosis of the newborn - Bernice R Krafchik
196 Sweet's syndrome - Joel M Gelfand, William D James
197 Syphilis - Miguel Sanchez
198 Syringomata - James Langtry
199 Tinea capitis - David T Roberts, David J Bilsland
200 Tinea pedis and skin dermatophytosis - David T Roberts, David J Bisland
201 Tinea unguium - David T Roberts, David J Bilsland
202 Tinea versicolor - Abhijit Banerjee, C Jose Paul
203 Toxic epidermal necrolysis and Stevens-Johnson syndrome - Nick Craven
204 Trichotillomania - Leslie G Millard
205 Tuberculosis and tuberculids - Anita Takwale, John Berth-Jones
206 Urticaria and angioedema - Frances Humphreys
207 Varicella - Malobi Ogboli, John Berth-Jones
208 Viral warts - Imtiaz Ahmed
209 Vitiligo - Dana Kazlow, James M Spencer
210 Vulvodynia - Ginat Mirowski
211 Xeroderma pigmentosum - W Clark Lambert, Claude E Gagna, Santiago A Centurion, Hong Li
212 Xerosis - Ronald Marks
213 Yellow nail syndrome - Robert Baran

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