Books for Dermatologists
Revised: 6 May 2013
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Dermatology Books: cosmetic dermoscopy general infectious pediatric surgery tumors
Agache: Measuring the Skin
By Pierre Agache
2011 (1st ed), 807 pages, $239 list
Written by leading experts in their field, this book presents, in balanced fashion, both the theory and the practice. Each chapter has a compendium of the present knowledge on structure and function. Thus, it is the first comprehensive manual which presents all the information available on techniques devoted to non-invasive skin measurement.
Ali: Dermatology: A Pictorial Review
By Asra Ali
2010 (2nd ed), 720 pages, 350 illus, $80 list
Dermatology: A Pictorial Review delivers a complete overview of clinical dermatology. Covering topics as diverse as hair, nail, and skin disease to cosmetic dermatology and the treatment of skin cancer, this well-illustrated guide will prove invaluable as a review for certification, recertification, or any other dermatology examination.
Alam: Evidence Based Procedural Dermatology
By Murad Alam
2011(1st ed), 300 pages, 150 illus, $99 list
This title functions as a ready reference for best practices in procedural dermatology, a recently ACGME-approved subspecialty of dermatology. The first part of the book instructs the reader how to perform and how to critically appraise clinical research. The second, and main, part of the book is comprised of topical chapters that will review the current best evidence in skin cancer surgery, laser surgery of the skin, cosmetic dermatology, and many other procedures performed by the dermatologist. These chapters are written by leading experts in each of these subfields. Evidence-Based Procedural Dermatology is packed with vital information for practicing dermatologic surgeons, and also dermatology residents and fellows, who will be able to apply the summaries of best practices in their training and certification exams.
Ambros-Rudolph: Obstetric and Gynecologic Dermatology
By Christina Ambros-Rudolph
2008 (3rd ed), 424 pages, 460 illus, $145 list
Expanded coverage-including chapters on vulval vaginal disease help you meet more clinical challenges, while more than 460 illustrations emphasize pathologic and clinical appearances of dermatologic problems, providing essential visual guidance for the most informed diagnoses. Enhanced basic dermatologic information, such as general introductions to treatment, treatment options, and rashes, makes this an excellent guide for dermatologist and non-dermatologists, as well as obstetricians and gynecologists. A CD-ROM-new to this edition-provides convenient access to all of the book's images for your personal use.
Bader: Essentials of Contemporary Psychodermatology
By Armin Bader
2009 (1st ed), 200 pages, 100 illus, $120 list
Essentials of Contemporary Psychodermatology" is a comprehensive new approach to the complex and fascinating relationship between the psyche and the soma. Behavioral medicine, psychodynamic theories and psychoneuroimmunology are incorporated with a modern philosophy of science to create both a novel and practical means of understanding the way the mind and skin interact.
Baykal: Dermatological Diseases of the Nose and Ears
By Can Baykal
2009 (1st ed), 157 pages, 430 illus, $139 list
Dermatological Diseases of the Nose and Ears" gives comprehensive information about the lesions of these regions. It contains high quality original clinical pictures, which make the diagnosis easier in this important aspect of clinical dermatological practice. In clinical practice, physicians may observe lesions of the nose or ear only. After identifying the elementary lesion, the clinician can more easily uncover the diagnosis of a local or disseminated or systemic disease with the help of this book.
Bieber: Atopic Dermatitis
By Thomas Bieber
2009 (2nd ed), 468 pages, 75 illus, $300 list
This Second Edition of the revolutionary guide, Atopic Dermatitis, is the only available text that discusses all aspects of this common disease. Appealing to dermatologists, allergists, family practitioners, and pediatricians, as well as physician scientists, medical students, and experimental investigators, this stand-alone text addresses recent breakthrough discoveries in genetics and milestones in immunological research in dermatology.
By Jean Bolognia
2012 (3rd ed), 2776 pages, 3500 illus, $469 list
Dermatology, edited by world authorities Jean L. Bolognia, MD, Joseph L. Jorizzo, MD, and Julie V. Schaffer, MD, is an all-encompassing medical reference book that puts the latest practices in dermatologic diagnosis and treatment at your fingertips. It delivers more comprehensive coverage of basic science, clinical practice, pediatric dermatology, and dermatologic surgery than you'll find in any other source. Whether you're a resident or an experienced practitioner, you'll have the in-depth, expert, up-to-the-minute answers you need to overcome any challenge you face in practice.
Boekhout: Malassezia and the Skin
By Teun Boekhout
2010 (1st ed), 250 pages, $189 list
This book, written by a group of acknowledged experts, is the first comprehensive overview on the very unusual yeasts of the genus Malassezia. All relevant aspects of the genus and its 13 species are covered in detail within 11 chapters. The first chapter reviews the long and controversial history of the genus, while the second describes all mycological characteristics of the different species, including media and techniques adapted to their isolation, description, and maintenance. Subsequent chapters methodically address issues such as the effect of Malassezia yeasts on human and animal health, and the current therapeutic approaches for Malassezia-induced or -exacerbated diseases. The last chapter provides a summary of data to be presented on a website that will be regularly updated, thus incorporating latest findings.
By Eva Brehmer-Andersson
2006 (1st ed), 254 pages, $179 list
Discusses principles of microscopic pathology of acquired skin diseases in a concise, yet comprehensive manner. Also discusses underlying mechanism of diseases.
Burgdorf: Braun-Falco´s Dermatology
By W.H.C Burgdorf
2008 (3rd ed), 1712 pages, 1200 illus, $349 list
Sure to prove essential reading for all practitioners in this fast-moving medical discipline, the new 3rd edition of Braun-Falco’s Dermatology covers classical dermatology and many related fields, providing a wealth of information on pathophysiology, clinical features, diagnostic methods, and differential diagnostic considerations, as well as the latest therapeutic approaches.
Burge: Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology
By Sue Burge
2011 (1st ed), 648 pages, 147 illus, $65 list
The Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology provides accessible and practical advice that meets the needs of healthcare professionals working in hospitals. It will also be of value to those working in the community, and to medical students. This book focuses on medical rather than surgical dermatology. Highly illustrated and in full color, it covers the common skin conditions seen in all branches of medicine, the cutaneous signs of systemic disease, and the art of making a diagnosis.
Burns: Rook's Textbook of Dermatology
By Tony Burns
2010 (8th ed), 4432 pages, 3300 illus, $875 list
Rook's Textbook of Dermatology covers all aspects of skin disease from basic science through pathology and epidemiology to clinical practice. Long recognized for its unparalleled coverage of diagnosis, this clinical classic earned its reputation as a definitive source of information.
Buxton: ABC of Dermatology
By Paul Buxton
2009 (5th ed), 224 pages, 250 illus, $50 list
The ABC of Dermatology provides the core knowledge of diagnosis and therapy of common conditions and the general principles of skin condition management. Including new chapters on drug rashes, connective tissue disease, skin tumours, practical procedures, laser treatments and a practical guide to dressings and bandages, this highly illustrated ABC is the perfect learning partner for GPs, GP registrars, junior doctors, medical students and primary care nurses.
Cafardi: The Manual of Dermatology
By Jennifer Cafardi
2011 (1st ed), 340 pages, 14 illus, $50 list
This quick reference offers a more practical approach to dermatology, with drug names and dosing, and more information on mycology/onychomycosis than any other handbook on the market. The Manual of Dermatology is portable, comprehensive, easily accessible, and is based upon algorithms, tables, and pearls taught to dermatology medical students, making it a vital resource in all university medical libraries across the country.
Callen: Dermatological Signs of Internal Disease
By Jeffrey Callen
2009 (4th ed), 452 pages, 500 illus, $159 list
Practical, comprehensive, and updated throughout, the 4th edition of Dermatological Signs of Internal Diseases helps you identify a full range of common and rare systemic diseases early…so they can be managed as effectively as possible. Coverage of new disorders, including nephrogenic fibrosing dermopathy, new treatment options, expanded histopathology content, new color images, online image library and much more...to help you attain definitive diagnoses of internal diseases that manifest on the skin. Best of all, each chapter features an evidence-based approach to diagnosis and treatment so you know you can depend on the clinical recommendations presented.
Chan: Blistering Skin Diseases
By Lawrence Chan
2009 (1st ed), 160 pages, 187 illus, $96 list
This book aims to provide the definitive guide to the diagnosis and treatment of various blistering skin diseases. It offers the reader a succinct clinical description for quick recognition of different types of blistering diseases and their relative urgency. It also provides information on the clinical features of blistering skin diseases, differential diagnoses, laboratory findings, and therapeutic strategy. There is also a section on pathogenesis to enhance the readers understanding on the molecular events underlying the blistering disease process.
Chilcott: Principles and Practice of Skin Toxicology
By Robert Chilcott
2008 (1st ed), 392 pages, $140 list
Written by authorities in the field, this book provides a “bottom up” approach to studying skin toxicology. Principles and Practice of Skin Toxicology clearly outlines basic concepts, cites historical and modern references and contains a dictionary for easy reference. The inclusion of global legislation and regulatory aspects on the topic makes this a comprehensive review for every practitioner, clinical researcher in industry and academia, and MSc and PhD student of toxicology.
Del Rosso: Antibiotic Use in Dermatology , An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics
By James Del Rosso
2009, 240 pages, $99 list
The topic of Antibiotic Use in Dermatology is reviewed in this issue of Dermatologic Clinics. Dr. James Del Rosso has assembled a panel of experts to pen articles on topics including Clinical Considerations in the Treatment of Acne Vulgaris and Other Inflammatory Skin Disorders, Topical Antibiotics in Dermatology, A Current Review of Topical Benzoyl Peroxide, Optimizing Use of Oral Antibiotics in Acne Vulgaris, How to Handle a CA-MRSA Outbreak, Atypical Mycobacterial Cutaneous Infections, Antibiotic Use in Sexually Transmissible Diseases, Use of Antibiotics for Non-Infectious Dermatologic Disorders When Antibiotics are Unnecessary, and Oral Antibiotic Drug Interactions of Clinical Significance to Dermatologists.
Dellavalle: Dermatologic Epidemiology and Public Health, An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics
By Robert Dellavelle
2009, 240 pages, $99 list
This issue of Dermatologic Clinics examines Dermatologic Epidemiology and Public Health. Guest Editor Robert Dellavalle has assembled a panel of world-class experts who offer reviews on topics including The Neglected Epidemiology and Public Health Problem of Dermatologic Disease, Health Disparities in Dermatology, Survey Research in Dermatology, Guidelines Development in Dermatology, Behavioral Research in Dermatology, Dermatologic Comorbidities, Registry Research in Dermatology, Teledermatology, Occupational Dermatology, Contact Dermatitis, Melanoma, and Interdisciplinary Dermatologic Public Health and Epidemiology Research.
By Lyubomir Dourmishev
2009 (1st ed), 354 pages, 6 illus, $129 list
Based on the vast personal experience of the authors, who have diagnosed, treated, and managed many dermatomyositis patients, this clinical guide provides dermatologists, rheumatologists, pediatricians, neurologists, and general practitioners with the keys to interpreting the clinical symptoms of dermatomyositis. Also included are algorithms to help the reader to make the correct diagnosis, as well as guidance on new diagnostic methods and treatment schemes.
Eaton: Dupuytren's Disease and Related Hyperproliferative Disorders: Principles, Research, and Clinical Perspectives
By Charles Eaton
2012 (1st ed), 553 pages, 247 illus, $239 list
This book is based on presentations and discussions at the 2010 International Symposium on Dupuytren's disease held in Miami, Florida, but it also includes new data and additional chapters. It is hoped that it will raise awareness of this underestimated condition and promote cooperative efforts to work towards a cure. Up to date information is provided on the epidemiology, biology, and pathology of the disease. The principles and specifics of treatment are explored in detail. The indications for and techniques of radiotherapy, minimally invasive treatments and open surgery are fully explained. In addition, the role of physical therapy is considered as well as the care of relapse and complications. Treatment of Ledderhose’s disease and Peyronie's disease is also discussed. This book provides invaluable information for hand surgeons, podiatrists, orthopedists, plastic surgeons, radiation therapy specialists and general practitioners. It will help to foster an interdisciplinary approach to the understanding and management of this debilitating disorder and related conditions.
Edwards: Connective Tissue Disease in Clinical Practice
By Christopher Edwards
2013 (1st ed), 120 pages, 247 illus, $50 list
Connective Tissue Diseases (CTDs) are often still poorly understood and always difficult to manage, however, they are now starting to become increasingly recognised. A CTD is any disease that has the connective tissues of the body as a primary target of pathology, and since these types of tissue include any kind of biological tissue with an extensive extra-cellular matrix that supports, binds together or protects organs, CTDs can prove constantly problematic. Many connective tissue diseases feature abnormal immune system activity, with inflammation in tissues as a result of an immune system that is directed against one's own body tissues (autoimmunity). Connective tissue diseases can be sometimes caused by environmental factors, and can also have strong or weak inheritance risks. CTDs can be very severe in individuals of Afro-Caribbean or South-East Asian origin, therefore there is a very large market opening up for the management of these diseases in China, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Indian sub-continent. There is currently no compact handbook available on the diagnosis and subsequent management of these diseases, and so given the prevalence of CTDs in pockets around the whole world, there is potentially an extensive global market. Rather than focusing on rheumatogists already familiar with CTD, the book would be aimed more at the general clinician and practitioner, equipping them to handle the requirements of the unique treatment, as well as rheumatologist trainees and nurses wishing to specialise.
Edwards: Vulvovaginal Dermatology: An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics
By Libby Edwards
2010 (1st ed), 194 pages, $105 list
Guest Editor Dr. Libby Edwards has gathered a team of expert contributors to pen articles on a challenging area of Dermatology: Vulvar Disease. This issue of Dermatologic Clinics includes articles on Vulvodynia, Pigmented Diseases, Contact Dermatitis, Vulvar Ulcers, Hidradenitis Suppurativum, Desquamative Inflammatory Vaginitis, Histology of the Vulva, Vulvar Pruritus and LSC, Vulvar Erosions, Lichen Planus, Lichen Sclerosus, Vulvar Paget?s Disease, and Vulvar Edema.
Farage: Textbook of Aging Skin
By Miranda Farage
2010 (2nd ed), 1220 pages, 350 illus, $499 list
This comprehensive ‘Major Reference Book’ compiles all current and latest information on aging skin in a two-volume set. Highly structured with a reader-friendly format, it covers a wide range of areas such as basic sciences, the different diseases and conditions which occur with aging (from malignant to non-malignant), the latest techniques and methods being used such as bioengineering methods and biometrics as well as toxicological and safety considerations for the elderly population. It also illustrates the global consumers’ sociological and psychological implications, ethnicity and gender differences and includes marketing considerations for this elderly group. This unique and comprehensive guide will become the main reference textbook on this topic.
Ferri: Ferri's Fast Facts in Dermatology
By Fred Ferri
2010 (1st ed), 452 pages, $26 list
Written by renowned author Fred F. Ferri, MD, FACP, and featuring high-quality images from Drs. Studdiford and Tully - faculty members at Jefferson Medical College, Ferri's Fast Facts in Dermatology presents "need-to-know" information on nearly 200 dermatologic disorders. Each topic includes color images displaying the disease, and the accompanying bulleted text provides an at-a-glance view. This useful, clinical resource helps you hone your developing diagnostic skills and sharpen your clinical acumen. Its concise, user-friendly format lets you get to the information you need fast, and its convenient size makes reference a snap.
Fine: Life with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB): Etiology, Diagnosis, Multidisciplinary Care and Therapy
By Jo-David Fine
2008 (1st ed), 338 pages, 120 illus, $139 list
This book deals with the treatment of this skin disease itself and its many extracutaneous complications. There is no previous book which has been focused on the therapy and it will be based on evidence-based data derived from the world´s largest cohort of inherited EB-patients, the American EB Registry. An important chapter will discuss gene therapy in hereditary EB which has been recently successfully performed within a localized skin site on a single EB patient as a proof-of-principle test. Given its unique collective contents, the monograph will provide the primary source for clinical informations of this oftentimes severe multiorgan disease.
Freiman: Derm notes: Dermatology Clinical Pocket Guide
By Anatoli Freiman
2010 (1st ed), 204 pages, $30 list
Focusing on the most common and serious skin diseases a student or healthcare provider is likely to see, Derm Notes provides quick access to key clinical information for caring for patients with dermatologic conditions.Features: full-color coverage of more than 110 skin diseases and conditions; more than 230 full-color photos and illustrations; anatomical diagrams showing dermatoses, nail anatomy, and other clinical figures; Spanish-English translations related to dermatology; and skin care considerations across the life span, with separate sections on pediatric and geriatric skin care, as well as pregnancy dermatoses.
Gawkrodger: Dermatology: An Illustrated Colour Text
By David Gawkrodger
2012 (5th ed), 148 pages, 148 illus, $68 list
This concise textbook of dermatology is aimed at medical students, those preparing for the MRCP and MRCGP examinations and specialist nurses. The information is presented in a highly accessible format, using double page spreads for each topic. Extensive use of colour for both clinical photographs and graphics makes for a superb appearance. For review for examination preparation key point boxes are provided. In this fourth edition extensive revision has been made to the contents to reflect changes in the understanding of dermatological conditions at a molecular level and the changes in clinical practice. In addition the use of the internet for dermatological information by both doctors and patients is reviewed.
Goodheart: Goodheart's Photoguide to Common Skin Disorders: Diagnosis and Management
By Herbert Goodheart
2008 (3rd ed), 576 pages, 900 illus, $92 list
The first prize winner in dermatology in the 2004 British Medical Association Book Competition, Goodheart's Photoguide of Common Skin Disorders is now in its newly revised Third Edition. This easy-to-use reference helps practitioners quickly diagnose common skin disorders and determine appropriate treatment options. More than 900 full-color photographs—enlarged for greater clarity in this edition—speed diagnosis by showing the distinguishing characteristics of each disorder and providing clear comparisons between similar looking conditions. The book also includes formulary tables of leading topical and systemic agents by generic and brand name; patient handouts in English and Spanish; and step-by-step descriptions of basic dermatologic procedures.
Graham-Brown: Dermatology: Fundamentals of Practice
By Robin Graham-Brown
2008 (1st ed), 328 pages, 1100 illus, $83 list
DERMATOLOGY: FUNDAMENTALS OF PRACTICE helps with the diagnosis of skin symptoms using history, examination, incremental investigations and referral. Side effects of common medicines, treatments, and the social and psychological impact of skin problems are covered. The book also gives advice regarding the successful co-ordination of care with other primary care health professionals, dermatologists and other appropriate specialists, promotes patients' skin well-being, and helps physicians empower patients to look after their own health and manage the effects of their conditions.
Graham-Brown: Lecture Notes: Dermatology
By Robin Graham-Brown
2011 (10th ed), 232 pages, $36 list
Presented in a user-friendly format, combining readability with high quality illustrations, this tenth edition has been revised to reflect recent advances in knowledge of skin diseases and developments in therapy, and features a brand new chapter on Dermatological Emergencies.
Gupta : Microskin Grafting for Vitiligo
By Devendra Gupta
2009 (1st ed), 135 pages, 300 illus, $149 list
This book aims to provide information on the application of microskin grafting to repigmentation of vitiligo, effectively economising the procedure and offering a quick surgical practice. The procedure will be illustrated in an extensive selection of images to offer the physician a thorough education in the technique so they may carry out the process safely, efficiently and with confidence. This atlas will focus on the surgical procedure, but special attention will also be given to regional anesthesia techniques which will also work as postoperative analgesia for the donor site discomfort and burning.
Habif: Skin Disease
By Thomas Habif
2011 (3rd ed), 672 pages, $70 list
Skin Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment, 3rd Edition, by Drs. Thomas P. Habif, James L. Campbell, Jr., M. Shane Chapman, James G. H. Dinulos, and Kathryn A. Zug, is the quick and practical clinical reference you need to help you effectively diagnose and treat 250 common dermatologic diseases. You?ll find succinct, user-friendly chapters arranged by disorder type, updated treatment plans, and hundreds of new images showing diseases in various stages of manifestation, including detailed information and illustrations on tropical dermatology. Perfect for any medical practitioner who?d rather treat than refer patients with skin disease, this full-color resource will also serve you well when prepping for the boards.
Harth: Clinical Management in Psychodermatology
By Wolfgang Harth
2008 (1st ed), 298 pages, 160 illus, $149 list
Psychocutaneous Medicine offers an overview of diseases in psychosomatic dermatology and creates a bridge between cutaneous and emotional disorders using extraordinary illustrations and clinical images of psychosomatic dermatology. It covers both common and rare diseases and helps doctors and psychologists recognize and deal with psychosocial features in dermatology and venerology. This superbly illustrated clinical atlas with concise text passages follows the American diagnosis classification DSM-V and current evidence-based guidelines. It allows rapid recognition of masked emotional disorders and thus administration of the most effective and efficient treatment as early as possible.
Hertl: Autoimmune Diseases of the Skin: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, Management
By Michael Hertl
2010 (1st ed), 560 pages, $80 list
The book provides an overview and the latest information on the broad spectrum of cutaneous autoimmune disorders for clinicians, scientists and practitioners in dermatology, medicine, rheumatology, ENT, pediatrics and ophthalmology. The book is unique since it presents the state-of-the-art knowledge on pathophysiology, clinical diagnosis and management of these disorders provided by the world experts in the field. The primary intention is to broaden the understanding of the pathophysiology of cutaneous autoimmune disorders and to provide a practical guide to how to identify and handle these conditions. The book is illustrated with many tables, illustrative figures and clinical color photographs. The third edition has been thoroughly updated and extended by chapters on paraneoplastic cutaneous syndromes, atopic dermatitis and autoimmunity and Skin manifestations of rheumatic diseases.
Heymann: Thyroid Disorders with Cutaneous Manifestations
By Warren Heymann
2011 (1st ed), 208 pages, 74 illus, $149 list
Thyroid Disorders with Cutaneous Manifestations is a single authoritative resource enabling physicians to comprehend the basic science, laboratory evaluation, epidemiology, and clinical aspects of thyroid diseases and their cutaneous manifestations. Specific disorders such as the thyroglossal duct cyst and cutaneous metastases, nonspecific features of the skin and its appendages seen in hyper- and hypothyroidism, and the multiple associations with other dermatologic and systemic diseases are all surveyed, while individual chapters are devoted to various syndromal diseases, such as alopecia in thyroid disease, thyroid dermopathy (pretibial myxedema) and the relationship of autoimmune thyroid disease to chronic idiopathic urticaria and angioedema
By Stephen Holgate
2011 (4th ed), 432 pages, $145 list
The new edition of Allergy, by Drs. Stephen Holgate, Martin Church, David Broide, and Fernando Martinez, uses an enhanced clinical focus to provide the clear, accessible guidance you need to treat allergy patients. A more consistent format throughout features new differential diagnosis and treatment algorithms, updated therapeutic drug information in each chapter, and additional coverage of pediatric allergies. With current discussions of asthma, allergens, pollutants, drug treatment, and more, as well as access to the full text and illustrations online at www.expertconsult.com, this comprehensive resource is ideal for any non-specialist who treats patients with allergies.
Hyakusoku: Color Atlas of Burn Reconstructive Surgery
By Hiko Hyakusoku
2010 (1st ed), 349 pages, 367 illus, $249 list
In this up-to-date atlas, leading specialists in post-burn treatment and the reconstruction of post-burn scar contractures depict in detail not only surgical techniques but also a variety of advantageous wound treatments. Many new methods invented by the authors are presented. Operative techniques are depicted in detail, and clear guidance is provided on selection of the most appropriate flap surgery. Advice is also given on how to prevent permanently disabling restriction of joint movement as a result of contractures and how to achieve good aesthetic reconstruction.
Jackson: Differential Diagnosis for the Dermatologist
By Scott Jackson
2012 (2nd ed), 1524 pages, $139 list
When faced with a challenging dermatologic problem, physicians are often required to perform a time-consuming search through large dermatologic texts in order to find information that will assist in the necessary differential diagnosis. This comprehensive and concise handbook is designed to simplify this process dramatically, permitting rapid identification of the correct diagnosis. Hundreds of dermatologic diagnoses, morphologic features, drug-induced disorders, extracutaneous manifestations, histologic findings, and random other findings are listed in alphabetical order and in a homogeneous, reader-friendly structure. The differential diagnoses are shown under each main diagnosis, sorted according to similarity with that diagnosis. Since the first edition, approaching 50 new diagnoses have been added, and many new images included. This easily portable book will be of great value for dermatologists and all who deal with dermatologic diseases.
James: Advances in Dermatology
By William James
2009 (1st ed), 268 pages, $116 list
What's new in pediatric dermatology; warts and molluscum in children; neurofibromatiosis-1 in childhood; pediatric dermatologic surgery: surgical approach to the cutenaeous features of tuberous sclerosis complex; surgical repair of the auricle; vascular endothelial cell adhesion and signaling during leukocyte recruitment; cutaneous biology of T cells; immunobiology and immunotherapy of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma; contact allergens of the year; immunomodulatory therapy for cutaneous manifestations of lupus; innovative treatments for chronic dermatitis; advances in prognostication of cutaneous malignant melanoma; diagnosis of keratinocytic neoplasia; in-vivo reflectance-mode confocal scanning laser microscopy in dermatology.
Jeschke: Handbook of Burns Volume 1: Acute Burn Care
By Marc Jeschke
2011 (1st ed), 300 pages, 100 illus, $169 list
This volume covers the entire spectrum of acute burn treatment. Individual chapters deal with basic aspects of different burn mechanisms as well as the acute care of burn patients. Pre-hospital management, critical care and basic concepts of burn surgery related to the acute phase, as well as the use of skin and skin substitutes in early stages of therapy are addressed in this volume. Chapters on supportive therapies such as optimizing nutrition and fluid homeostasis, infection control and treatment, respiratory support and pain management complete the comprehensive approach to the patient in this early stage of treatment, while chapters on epidemiology, prevention and disaster management enable the reader to evaluate the given information in a broader context.
Johnson: Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology
By Richard Johnson
2013 (7th ed), 1104 pages, 1000 illus, $85 list
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.
Johansen: Contact Dermatitis
By Jeanne Johansen
2010 (5th ed), 1252 pages, 833 illus, $279 list
The fifth edition delivers up-to-date coverage of every conceivable aspect in modern-day management of contact dermatitis. Leading experts have thoroughly updated the previous edition, while adding new chapters on genetics, the skin barrier, respiratory symptoms to chemicals and an extensive section on prevention. Both irritant and allergic contact dermatitis are covered with special emphasis on immunological mechanisms, molecular aspects of sensitizers, atypical clinical forms, reactions to medicaments, occupational and environmental aspects. The comprehensive yet approachable text is supplemented by numerous color illustrations and tables. Core messages and case reports highlight the most important information and help in gaining better understanding of the topic and greater competence in daily practice. An extensive dictionary of allergens gives quick access to specific information.
Johnston: Weedon's Skin Pathology Essentials
By Ronald Johnston
2010 (5th ed), 1252 pages, 833 illus, $279 list
Weedon's Skin Pathology Essentials provides you with a detailed and extensive quick-reference guide to the recognition and diagnosis of skin lesions, both from the clinical and histological perspective. It serves as a comprehensive review and reference for pathologists and dermatologists in training and in practice by providing quick answers to diagnostic problems in the interpretation and diagnosis of skin biopsies.
Kagen: The Inflammatory Myopathies
By Lawrence Kagen
2009 (1st ed), 342 pages, 151 illus, $99 list
This book presents a comprehensive review of the inflammatory myopathies, including dermatomyositis, polymyositis, and inclusion body myositis. Representing the most up-to-date knowledge on this family of diseases, The Inflammatory Myopathies covers clinical presentation, methods of diagnosis, ongoing assessment of clinical course, treatment, and the latest information on pathogenesis. Physical, laboratory, imaging, and serological findings are discussed in the context of chronic disease, complications, and co-morbidities. The role and mechanism of inflammatory response is also explored with reference to emerging humoral and cellular targets for therapeutic intervention. The Inflammatory Myopathies is the gold-standard in the field and a must have resource for rheumatologists, neurologists and all healthcare professionals who treat afflicted patients.
Kamolz: Handbook of Burns Volume 2: Reconstruction and Rehabilitation
By Lars-Peter Kamolz
2011 (1st ed), 300 pages, 150 illus, $169 list
This volume compiles the perspectives of a multi-author team examining the entire spectrum of burn reconstruction and long-term treatment. Individual chapters cover basic aspects of wound healing and scarring, and those of plastic surgery relating to tissue rearrangement and the use of flaps, as well as the long-term use of skin and skin substitutes. Furthermore, topics such as rehabilitation and scar management are addressed in detail. This part provides detailed reconstruction guidelines divided by anatomic region (e.g. face, hands,…), as well as aspects of future trends and prospects in burn reconstruction, among which are e.g. allotransplantation and bionics.
Kaplan: Urticaria and Angioedema
By Allen Kaplan
2009 (2nd ed), 400 pages, 80 illus, $230 list
Satisfying both the clinician and the investigator, Urticaria and Angioedema, Second Edition chronicles the current body of knowledge in the pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of urticaria. Written by experts who have extensive personal clinical experience with the disease, this expanded and revised text aids allergists, dermatologists, and clinical immunologists in understanding the pathomechanisms involved in urticaria to ensure appropriate diagnosis and follow-through treatment.
By Werner Kempf
2008 (1st ed), 300 pages, 242 illus, $159 list
This book provides an introduction to the principles of dermatopathology, aimed primarily at dermatologists and pathologists in training, but useful for a wide audience. Everyone interested in dermatopathology will profit from combined knowledge of 4 experienced dermatopathologists, uniform structure approach concentrating on common diagnoses, logical presentation of clinical and histological features, large clearly labeled illustrations, clues for differential diagnostic considerations. All pictures are in color, printed on high-quality paper, clearly labeled and designed to help every reader become skilled at identifying both patterns and specific diagnostic features rapidly. A dermatopathology designed to be used, not just read – written by practitioners for daily practice.
Koo: Mild-to-Moderate Psoriasis
By John Koo
2008 (2nd ed), 300 pages, 200 illus, $230 list
Using a practical and problem-focused approach, this updated, full-color Second Edition of Mild-to-Moderate Psoriasis equips dermatologists, internists, family practitioners, and residents with a state-of-the-art guide to the clinical management of mild-to-moderate psoriasis. Written by an international team of key opinion leaders, this resource explores new treatments for the condition and provides clinicians with up-to-date management strategies for optimum patient management.
Koo: Moderate-to-Severe Psoriasis
By John Koo
2008 (3rd ed), 300 pages, 80 illus, $230 list
Written by experts in the dermatology field, the new Third Edition of Moderate-to-Severe Psoriasis discusses the current use of biologics and new pharmacologic and phototherapy treatments for moderate-to-severe psoriasis. With 80 high quality color figures and full color throughout, this stand-alone text emphasizes safe and effective treatments for the psoriasis patient that are perfect for the dermatologist in daily practice.
Krause: Cutaneous Manifestations of Endocrine Diseases
By Walter Krause
2008 (1st ed), 198 pages, 100 illus, $99 list
Lavishly illustrated, this clinical guide describes the clinical and histological features of skin lesions observed in endocrine diseases. Written in the language of dermatologists in order to enable a simple association between the features observed and the endocrine etiology, and with its reader-friendly format, this book will support dermatologists and endocrinologists alike, both in finding the cause of the disease and in making the correct diagnosis.
Krieg: Therapy of Skin Diseases
By Thomas Krieg
2009 (1st ed), 500 pages, 50 illus, $200 list
Based on the understanding of the molecular basis of skin diseases, this truly international book supports the reader to understand the mode of action of new and established therapies. Thus, by explaining the molecular pathology with its applications for therapy, it provides the reader with an up-to-date knowledge of the therapy of skin disease and helps to understand ongoing and new developments in the field. Written and edited by international and renowned dermatology experts from Europe, America and Asia, it also includes regional concepts of therapies.
Krutmann: Dermatological Phototherapy and Photodiagnostic Methods
By Jean Krutmann
2008 (2nd ed), 448 pages, 55 illus, $139 list
Edited by internationally renowned experts, the new edition offers up-to-date, comprehensive and clinically relevant information on every aspect of photodiagnostic and phototherapy. The book is structured in following parts:Photochemotherapy in daily practice, special phototherapeutic modalities and photoprotection in daily practice. Due to the detailed structure this new edition is even more reader-friendly and has a strong focus on clinical aspects. It includes: Guidelines for the treatment selections of specific diseases, practical guidelines for phototherapy with information about basic principles of photobiology, standardized test protocols for photodermatoses and diagnosis for skin tumors.
Krutmann: Nutrition for Healthy Skin
By Jean Krutmann
2010 (1st ed), 208 pages, 31 illus, $189 list
During the past few years, significant scientific evidence has accumulated to show that nutrition-based strategies are capable of exerting beneficial effects on the skin. This exceptional reference • describes the scientific basis for nutrition-based strategies, • summarizes the evidence that functional food for skin really works, and • addresses key practical issues regarding the use of nutrition-based strategies in clinical and cosmetic dermatology. It is anticipated that this helpful guide, written by acclaimed international experts, will become the gold standard on the role of nutrition in ensuring healthy skin. It will be of interest to a wide audience, including dermatologists, food industry staff, patients, and consumers.
Lachapelle: Patch Testing and Prick Testing
By Jean-Marie Lachapelle
2009 (2nd ed), 195 pages, 80 illus, $60 list
Knowledge in the field of allergic contact dermatitis has developed to a considerable degree, which includes improved techniques of patch testing and prick testing, e.g. additional tests such as open, semi-open, repeated open application test (ROAT) and use tests, photopatch tests, atopy patch tests and provocative tests. Further, due to the ongoing changes in our environment, the series of patch tests—the so-called standards—are also regularly renewed.
Lanigan: Dermatology in Clinical Practice
By S.W. Lanigan
2010 (1st ed), 596 pages, $40 list
This book gives an insight into the common cutaneous disorders, discussing the treatment in detail, and giving a number of treatment options where required. More unusual diseases and syndromes are only mentioned where necessary. The first line physician’s needs are kept in mind while writing each chapter, e.g. the chapter on cutaneous signs of systemic disease is described in more detail in comparison to other short books on dermatology, because physicians in the front line of patient management regularly deal with a vast number of medical problems.
Lebwohl: Treatment of Skin Disease
By Mark Lebwohl
2009 (3rd ed), 860 pages, $199 list
Treatment of Skin Disease: Comprehensive Therapeutic Strategies has been thoroughly revised to give you the latest treatment options for dermatologic conditions. Mark G. Lebwohl, Warren R. Heymann, John Berth-Jones, and Ian Coulson present an intuitive and easy-to-use, definitive treatment reference that covers the full range of choices for each condition so that you are prepared even when your patients do not respond to primary or secondary therapies. With new chapters on today's hot topics-methocillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, atypical nevi, autoimmune progesterone dermatitis, and more-and new contributions from international experts, you'll have a global and current perspective on therapeutic options. Offer your patients the full range of choices and be prepared when your patients do not respond to primary or secondary therapies.
Litt: Litt's Drug Eruptions and Reactions Manual
By Jerome Litt
2010 (16th ed), 712 pages, $319 list
In its 16th Edition, this widely acclaimed book has evolved and expanded into the ‘Drug Eruptions and Reactions Manual’ (D.E.R.M.) – an authoritative guide to adverse drug reactions and reaction patterns. With improved adverse-events listing and a new classification system for reaction patterns, Litt’s D.E.R.M. is a valuable resource for anyone dealing with drug prescription. The intuitive look up format and comprehensive coverage make it a helpful diagnostic aid for medical practitioners and an important reference tool for educators, lecturers, pharmacists and students. In retaining its unique focus on drug eruptions, which is much beloved by dermatologists, this edition is also essential for anyone researching, teaching and practicing cutaneous medicine.
Lotti: International Dermatology, An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics
By Torello Lotti
2008 (1st ed), 240 pages, 50 illus, $99 list
This issue of Dermatologic Clinics focuses on three aspects of international dermatology: 1) selected concepts in international dermatology, 2) regional dermatology in the global village, and 3) global dermatology for developing countries. Some key articles included are on dermatology in the stream of human mobile population tragedy; international exchange programs in dermatology; paracoccidioidomycosis; skin tuberculosis in children; and dermatovenereology in the post-communist era.
Lyon: Abdominal Stomas and Their Skin Disorders
By Calum Lyon
2009 (2nd ed), 280 pages, $250 list
This innovative handbook bridges the gap between the colorectal surgeon, the stoma nurse and the dermatologist. It addresses the questions of what pathology is involved, what can be done by nurses, when to refer to a dermatologist, and what can be done by a dermatologist. Now in its second edition, the book has been revised throughout and contains new information on nutrition and child stoma patients.
Mahmoudi: Challenging Cases in Allergic and Immunologic Diseases of the Skin
By Massoud Mahmoudi
2009 (1st ed), 334 pages, 40 illus, $99 list
Challenging Cases in Allergic and Immunologic Diseases of the Skin offers clinicians a wide range of challenging cases that are certain to provide hours of thoughtful and instructive review. Using a case study format and including excellent quality color images, Challenging Cases in Allergic and Immunologic Diseases of the Skin consists of five parts and 20 chapters. The chapters cover such areas as allergic rhinitis, allergic diseases of the eye, drug-induced urticaria, cosmetic allergy, drug allergy, latex allergy, atopic dermatitis, vasculitis, and a range of other commonly seen disorders of the skin.
Mann: Handbook of Dermatology: A Practical Manual
By Margaret Mann
2009 (1st ed), 320 pages, 250 illus, $55 list
Because dermatology is a complex visual specialty that mixes medical and surgical approaches to management, trainees need fast access to a wide range of material. This concise new reference uses tables, algorithms, protocols, guidelines, and staging and scoring systems to present succinct guidance on best-practice patient care. Structured around three components -- medical, surgical, and pharmacological -- the book consolidates the core Board exam information residents most often look up. Handbook of Dermatology: A Practical Manual was road-tested as it was developed to ensure usefulness for dermatology residents, dermatologists, and family physicians.
McMichael: Hair and Scalp Diseases: Medical, Surgical, and Cosmetic Treatments
By Amy McMichael
2008 (1st ed), 336 pages, 200 illus, $200 list
This text is a comprehensive guide to the treatment of scalp and hair disorders, concentrating on ethnicity, hair type, and hair morphology. It discusses treatments that go beyond accepted US and international guidelines and the use of off-label medications in case-sensitive scenarios.
By Alan Menter
2010 (1st ed), 160 pages, $70 list
This is a concise yet thorough review of the diagnosis and treatment of many forms of psoriasis and covers current concepts in the ever-expanding field of psoriasis pathophysiology. Emerging concerns, such as systemic disease associations, quality of life, and psoriatic arthritis, are discussed, plus recent advances in basic science and clinical trial data. The book will appeal to physicians with an interest in inflammatory skin diseases with systemic associations, including dermatologists in training and practice, candidates for post-registration qualifications, primary care physicians, emergency physicians, and senior medical students.
Monteiro-Riviere: Toxicology of the Skin
By Nancy Monteiro-Riviere
2010 (1st ed), 608 pages, $250 list
This key volume provides a fresh and modern approach to the subject of skin toxicology from the perspective of how the skin forms a barrier that protects the body from the external environment and how chemicals and drugs interact with the barrier properties of the skin.
Morgan: Deadly Dermatologic Diseases: Clinicopathologic Atlas and Text
By Michael Morgan, Bruce R Smoller, Stephen C Somach and M A Everett
2007 (1st ed), 194 pages, 167 illus, $125 list
The central theme entails disorders capable of directly or indirectly causing death of the patient. The book is organized around serious cutaneous malignancies including melanoma; life-threatening or emerging infectious pathogens including anthrax and smallpox; endocrinologic disorders such as myxedema or calciphylaxis; and autoimmune disorders and inborn errors of metabolism such as scleroderma and hemochromatosis.
Murrell: Autoimmune Blistering Disease Part 1, An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics
By Dedee Murrell
2011 (1st ed), 100 pages, $110 list
In the first volume of this two part issue devoted to Autoimmune Blistering Diseases (AIBD), diagnosis and clinical features of these diseases are covered by an internationally recognized group of authors. Topics include Pemphigus Vulgaris, Pemphigus Foliaceus, Linear IgA Bullous Disease, and Hair and Nail Loss in AIBD.
Murrell: Epidermolysis Bullosa Part I: Pathogenesis and Clinical Features
By Dedee Murrell
2010 (1st ed), 195 pages, $105 list
This issue of Dermatologic Clinics is the first of a two-part series examining Epidermolysis Bullosa. Guest Editor Dedee Murrell has assembled a panel of experts to pen articles on topics covering pathogenesis, clinical features, diagnosis, treatment, and international perspectives on EB.
Norman: Diagnosis of Aging Skin Diseases
By Robert Norman
2010 (1st ed), 350 pages, 126 illus, $80 list
Diagnosis of Aging Skin Diseases will provide the clinician with a visual encyclopedia of geriatric dermatoses that can be used on rounds or in a reference environment. It also provides a structured review of the differential diagnosis of the lesions illustrated within the book, which will make this a priceless reference resource for all physicians dealing with older skin.
Norman: Preventative Dermatology
By Robert Norman
2010 (1st ed), 300 pages, $129 list
Preventative Dermatology is the first book fully dedicated to prevention of skin disease. It seems almost counter-intuitive to take on this task, because so much of what we do in dermatology is based on repair and restructuring of skin maladies. However, the shortage of dermatology providers and the shift to cosmetics and procedures mean that it is essential to give patients choice when deciding the best options for themselves and their therapy and to maximize their experience of receiving the best quality healthcare.
Norton: Special Topics in Tropical Dermatology
By Scott Norton
2010 (1st ed), 134 pages, $110 list
Tropical Dermatology is reviewed in this issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Drs. Scott Norton and Aisha Sethi. Drs. Norton and Sethi have gathered a panel of experts to pen articles on topics including Buruli ulcer, Outbreaks of atypical mycobacterial disease, Streptococcal pyoderma and acute rheumatic fever, Treating MRSA in the tropics, Mosquito-borne hemorrhagic fevers, Dermatologic cases at the National Zoo, Arsenical keratoses, Chagas disease, The AAD's Botswana elective, Gentian violet and similar products used to treat pyodermas, Dermatology in Mali: Leishmaniasis, Albinism in Africa, Female genital mutilation, Use of toxic skin lightening compounds, AIDS and leprosy, and Innate immunity and anti-parasitic vaccine strategies.
Otley: Skin Disease in Organ Transplantation
By Clark Otley
2008 (1st ed), 364 pages, $185 list
The potent systemic immunosuppression therapy necessary to sustain a life-saving solid organ transplant is associated with many adverse cutaneous effects. This is the first scholarly compilation of the knowledge base surrounding the care of solid organ transplant recipients with dermatologic diseases. Supplemented with dozens of full-color photographs, Skin Disease in Organ Transplantation brings together decades of knowledge into a cohesive format. It is an outstanding resource for transplant providers and dermatologists to determine the optimal diagnostic and therapeutic approach to the problems of cutaneous disease in organ transplant recipients.
Paech: Compendium of Surface Microscopic and Dermoscopic Features
By Volker Paech
2008 (1st ed), 150 pages, 195 illus, $139 list
This unique guide provides a comprehensive, current, and accurate A-Z encyclopaedia to clarify the meaning of surface microscopic and dermoscopic terminology including a broad range of both melanocytic and non-melanocytic skin lesions. It will support dermatologists, histopathologists and all other physicians in charge of a biopsy and excision decision.
Parish: Manual of Gender Dermatology
By Lawrence Parish
2010 (1st ed), 300 pages, $129 list
The Manual of Gender Dermatology provides a research-based guide to the mechanisms of gender differentiation for common dermatologic pathology. Key topics include hormonal differences, gender psychology, environmental effects, skin disorders, infections and infestations, interventions and more. Written by experts in the field of dermatology and cutaneous biology, this is an essential resource for practicing dermatologists, nurses, and students.
By Mauro Picardo
2010 (1st ed), 486 pages, 161 illus, $219 list
Up to now, clinical guidelines for the treatment of vitiligo were non-existent. In order to fill this void, this textbook defines and gives a complete overview of the disease, both regarding the classification of differential diagnosis as well as the treatment. Written by the most authoritative experts in the field, all therapy recommendations are based on new evidence-based guidelines. It includes case studies with illustrations before and after the treatment in order to demonstrate the treatment success. This textbook will be a valuable resource for all physicians who are seeing patients with this disease.
Powell: Rosacea: Diagnosis and Management
By Frank Powell
2008 (1st ed), 200 pages, $100 list
This new guide provides physicians with the most current treatments to help alleviate the problems of facial redness in rosacea. Covering the structure and function of normal skin, this book also provides the basis for understanding the abnormalities that occur in these disorders and describes the different conditions that can result in facial redness. The physiological underpinnings of rosacea are not clear; this new book demystifies this disease and provides physicians with a better understanding and the ability to improve patient outcomes. With more than 10% of the patient population diagnosed with rosacea, this new, up-to-date guide on the topic is a critical addition to any physician’s library.
Puri: Nail Atlas: A Clinical Approach
By KJPS Puri
2009 (1st ed), 138 pages, $100 list
The book provides a unique compilation of authors 25 year experience in the field of dermatology. It reflects a colossal view on patterns of nail disturbances and pathophysiological conditions. It presents lucid, clear and excellent photographs accompanied by short description of each disease condition. Its chapters are arranged in a logical sequence for easy comprehension of the subject.
Revuz: Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in Dermatology
By Jean Revuz
2009 (1st ed), 329 pages, 176 illus, $129 list
This book covers all cutaneous emergencies and life threatening dermatoses, as well as true and false emergencies in the dermatologic office. It provides treatment advice for the management of major life threatening dermatoses, such as severe infections, severe drug eruptions and bullous diseases. In addition, it describes the manifestations in acutely ill patients in the ICU, as well as severe cutaneous manifestations occurring during pregnancy, after sun exposure, in cold weather, as a result of extreme poverty, and in other situations. With diagnostic clues, reader-friendly charts and clinical photographs, this clinical guide will not only benefit the hospital-based dermatologist, but will also be a helpful guide for non-dermatologists, such as ER and ICU physicians.
Rosen: Innovative Therapeutics, An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics
By Theodore Rosen
2010 (1st ed), 637 pages, $105 list
This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Dr. Ted Rosen, covers the innovative management of dermatologic disorders including Severe Hand Eczema, Pruritus, Furunculosis, Lupus Erythematosus, CTCL, Hidradenitis Suppurativa. Innovative uses of Topical Metronidazole, Topical Calcineurin Inhibitors, Rituximab, TNF-alpha Inhibitors, Thalidomide, Zinc, Dapsone, Spironolactone as an antiandrogen in the treatment of female pattern hair loss, and Therapeutics in Pediatric Dermatology are also reviewed.
Ruggieri: Neurocutaneous Disorders: Phakomatoses & Hamartoneoplastic Syndromes
By Martino Ruggieri
2008 (1st ed), 1070 pages, 234 illus, $399 list
The book provides an authoritative source of knowledge about these difficult problems and bridges the gap between clinical recognition and the new molecular medicine. The editors, distinguished clinicians and geneticists, assembled an internationally renowned group of collaborators, many of them the experts who first described a particular disorder or established its present accepted definition. They have written a practical, comprehensive guide to the recognition, investigation and management of more than 60 recognised phakomatoses.
Rustemeyer: Kanerva's Occupational Skin Diseases
By T. Rustemeyer
2012 (2nd ed), 1450 pages, 350 illus, $129 list
This new edition is completely revised, updated and extended with respect to new developments. The layout allows for both quick access to practical information and in-depth reading. Included are concise tables, algorithms and figures on how to optimize the diagnostic procedure for daily patient management and expert opinion. The new edition will continue the success as major source of reference for clinical and experimental work in the field of occupational skin diseases, both for students and experts.
Rycroft: A Colour Handbook of Dermatology
By Richard Rycroft
2009 (2nd ed), 256 pages, 450 illus, $50 list
A ready reference for the dermatologist and non-dermatologist alike, this colour handbook also provides a short intensive course in dermatology for the beginner, for whom a glossary of dermatological terms is included, illustrated by line drawings. The author/editor combination is supported by clinicians at the world-renowned St. John's Institute, who provide material on their specialist topics.
Sarabahi: Step by Step Management of Burns
By Sujata Sarabahi
2009 (1st ed), 322 pages, $35 list
The book provides step-by-step understanding about burn management and rehabilitation of the burn victim. It presents practical and workable solutions to several complex and critical situations. It aims to provide simplified methods in developing scientific temper for the management of burns. Text is presented in simple and easy to understand language and an accompanying DVD illustrates key points.
Schwarzenberger: General Dermatology: Requisites in Dermatology
By Kathryn Schwarzenberger
2008 (1st ed), 444 pages, $130 list
This title in the Requisites in Dermatology series is the perfect resource for quick reference and rapid review in general dermatology. It succinctly presents all of the most essential clinical and foundational knowledge you need for certification, recertification, or practice. An extremely user-friendly full-color format, replete with full-color clinical photographs and other pertinent illustrations, makes it easy to locate and read up on any topic. Plus, full-text online access lets you consult the book from any computer, download all of the images, watch online lectures, and more.
Shai: Wound Healing and Ulcers of the Skin
By Avi Shai
2010 (1st ed), 292 pages, $209 list
For dermatologists, but also many other medical disciplines such as general practitioners and family physicians who also treat chronic wounds.
Sheridan: Burns: A Practical Approach
By Robert Sheridan
2011 (1st ed), 160 pages, $85 list
The author emphasizes the fundamental surgical, medical and related procedures involved in each stage of burn care, thus enabling the reader to focus on the essentials, and ensure the best outcome for patients. Chapters range from burn physiology, initial care and resuscitation, to wound evaluation and surgical management, respiratory and critical care, rehabilitation, reconstruction and aftercare. The book’s concise visual approach will appeal to all professionals caring for burn patients in acute or recovery phases.
Silver: Case Studies in Systemic Sclerosis
By Richard Silver
2011 (1st ed), 250 pages, 355 illus, $189 list
Case Studies in Systemic Sclerosis deals specifically with Systemic Sclerosis in a case study format. Each case presentation includes illustrative figures, a discussion of the pathophysiology relevant to the case, a discussion of management that is both evidence-based and expert opinion-based and several key references for further reading.
Smoller: Inflammatory Dermatoses
By Bruce Smoller
2010 (1st ed), 315 pages, 323 illus, $60 list
Inflammatory Dermatoses: The Basics will serve as an effective and efficient handbook for the student of dermatopathology, and as a practical bench reference for the practicing diagnostician who desires rapid access to criteria that are useful in differentiating histologically similar entities. The reader will be able to focus upon a single histologic observation, i.e., inflammatory conditions without epidermal changes, and use this as a starting point from which to build a differential diagnosis based upon pattern recognition. As each entity is addressed, there will be a concise discussion of the basic clinical findings and epidemiologic associations. This will be followed by a histologic description, highlighting areas that serve to discriminate between the entity under discussion and similar ones. Any immunologic studies that might augment the diagnostic sensitivity or specificity will be discussed.
Taylor: Dermatology for Skin of Color
By Susan Taylor
2009 (1st ed), 784 pages, $169 list
Dermatology for Skin of Color presents everything you need to know about treating patients with moderately to heavily pigmented skin. It begins with basic science, from the development of the skin to the biology of hair and nails, and proceeds to the nuances of diagnosis and treatments. All dermatologic problems are covered, as are other diseases with significant skin manifestations; cosmetic dermatology is included, as well.
Teunissen: Intradermal Immunization
By Marcel Teunissen
2012 (1st ed), 253 pages, 17 illus, $189 list
This volume of Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology covers diverse topics related to intradermal immunization. The volume starts with a basic overview of murine and human skin dendritic cell network, respectively, and their role in immunity, as well as an extensive description of the immunobiology of the skin. The next chapter describes the state-of-the-art on delivery systems especially designed for intradermal vaccination. The remaining chapters highlight the effectiveness of intradermal immunization in experimental animal models or in clinical practice, all supporting the view that intradermal immunization is at least as good as other immunization routes. Keeping in mind that current vaccines are not specially designed for intradermal immunization, but show comparable efficiency even at reduced dosages, this underlines the great potential for the skin as a vaccination site Hopefully, the overview in this volume will encourage vaccine designers to focus on this promising immunization route, and in addition, to inspire them to develop vaccines that are especially optimized for intradermal immunization.
Tosti: Color Atlas of Nails
By Antonella Tosti
2009 (1st ed), 114 pages, 297 illus, $139 list
Written by internationally renowned experts, this outstanding atlas is designed to provide dermatologists with all necessary tools to diagnose nail disorders by clinical signs: The concise text is reader-friendly structured and highlights ‘key messages’ and ‘take home pearls’. For easy recognition, nail signs are lavishly illustrated by clinical photographs in 4-colour and schematic artwork. Dermatologists will find in this simple and quick guide the necessary support they need for their daily practice regarding diagnosis and management of nail disorders.
Trueb: Aging Hair
By Ralph Trueb
2010 (1st ed), 270 pages, 92 illus, $189 list
This comprehensive and reader-friendly book offers an up-to-date overview on all aspects of hair aging, including in particular the two main streams of interest: the aesthetic problem, which relates to everything that happens outside the skin, and the biologic problem, which concerns the "secret life" of the hair follicle in the depth of the skin. Internationally recognized experts provide detailed contributions on the biologic basis of hair aging and current concepts for its diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. The intrinsic and extrinsic modulating factors for hair growth and pigmentation are explained and future directions for therapeutic intervention are examined.
Weinberg: Treatment of Psoriasis (Milestones in Drug Therapy)
By Jeffrey Weinberg
2008 (1st ed), 183 pages, 2 illus, $159 list
The book reviews the clinical manifestations of these two entities. The main focus is on the evolving paradigm of therapy. Topical and ultraviolet therapy are discussed first, followed by traditional systemic therapy. A major focus is on biologic therapies. New agents in development are also reviewed. The book concludes with an evaluation of the quality of life impact of this disease.This volume provides an in-depth overview of the current state of psoriasis and its management. It is of interest to clinicians, researchers, and even patients who wish to learn more. It is also of interest to those in the pharmaceutical industry, and those in finance who cover the pharmaceutical field.
Weller: Clinical Dermatology
By Richard Weller
2008 (4th ed), 440 pages, 500 illus, $80 list
Clinical Dermatology contains over 500 high quality pictures and diagrams matched with many colourful phrases to illustrate and entertain as it teaches. It has established a reputation as a 'way of learning' and as a cogent overview of the subject for the aspiring specialist. Readers are guided through the maze that too often lies between the presenting skin complaint and its final diagnosis and treatment. The authors have created an easily read text with enough detail to clarify the subject but not enough to obscure it.
Williams: Evidence-Based Dermatology
By Hywel Williams, Michael Bigby, Thomas Diepgen, Andrew Herxheimer, Luigi Naldi, and Berthold Rzany
2008 (2nd ed), 744 pages, $300 list
Written and edited by some of the world’s leading experts in evidence-based dermatology, it takes a highly evidence-based approach to the treatment of all major and many of the less common skin conditions. Treatment recommendations which are based on the discussion of the best available evidence using a question-driven approach and a common structure on dealing with efficacy, drawbacks and implications for clinical practice.
Wolf: Emergency Dermatology
By Ronni Wolf
2010 (1st ed), 400 pages, $130 list
The first chapters of this book are directed toward those dermatologists who care for hospitalized patients with severe and dangerous skin diseases. Later chapters are intended for all physicians, including dermatologists, who wish to hone their diagnostic skills, expand their knowledge and understanding of pathological events, and learn treatment options available for acute life-threatening skin diseases. This book brings together top dermatologists around the world to address the complicated and multifaceted field of dermatologic emergencies for the practicing dermatologist and emergency physician.
Wolff: Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology
By Klaus Wolff
2009 (6th ed), 1104 pages, 100 illus, $75 list
Covering the full range of conditions, from rashes, to skin lesions and disorders of the hair, nail, and mucosa, Fitzpatrick's is a unique combination of text, clinical reference, and color atlas-one that gives you the best quality and most varied photographs of skin disorders available anywhere. The book features a consistent format featuring key facts pertaining to epidemiology, clinical manifestations, physical exam, diagnosis, and treatment, each paired with several clear photographs to show how the condition appears-plus boxed overviews of each disease category with severity-specific icons.
Zuberbier: Urticaria and Angioedema
By Torsten Zuberbier
2010 (1st ed), 250 pages, 50 illus, $129 list
This book provides a practical and comprehensive review of all types and aspects of urticaria and angioedema important to the clinician. Its content is completely up-to-date, taking into consideration both current guidelines and all recent literature. This clinical guide highlights current knowledge about pathophysiology, and focuses on the clinically relevant aspects of diagnosis and treatment. It also includes a full range of standard operating procedures, as well as patient information leaflets in a copy-ready format, thus offering invaluable assistance in the daily practical management of urticaria patients. This book provides indispensable assistance to all physicians specializing in dermatology, allergy, internal medicine, pediatrics and general medicine.
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