Books for Dermatologists
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Pathology Books: general surgical pathology anatomy autopsy bioterrorism board review breast cardiovascular cytopathology dermatopathology electron microscopy endocrine eye forensic GI GU grossing gynecologic head and neck hematopathology histology history IHC immunology informatics kidney lab medicine law liver lung mediastinum/serosa medical dictionaries medical writing microbiology molecular muscle neuropathology oncology other parasitology pediatric placenta soft tissue & bone statistics stem cells transfusion
Dermatology Books: cosmetic dermoscopy general infectious pediatric surgery tumors
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Bajaj: Dermatology, Leprosy & Sexually Transmitted Infections
2009 (1st ed), 252 pages, $30 list
A thoroughly revised and updated edition adding a few chapters to make it more comprehensive. A chapter "Pregnancy and Drugs" would prove to be extremely useful to busy family physicians and obstetricians. Several new clinical photographs are added to make it more illustrative and helpful to diagnose various disorders.
An attempt has been made to include short and crisp text of various common and some uncommon disorders with illustrations so as to make this book useful for general practitioners and even undergraduates. As this has been written by practising dermatologists for practising physicians, a special emphasis has been laid on various therapeutic modalities.
Elston: Infectious Diseases of the Skin
By Dirk Elston
2009 (1st ed), 160 pages, 220 illus, $155 list
Infections remain the leading cause of death worldwide and as new antibiotics are developed organisms develop mechanisms of resistance. Successful treatment of skin infections relies on accurate and swift diagnosis and visual inspection remains the most important means to that end. This book aims to provide a pictorial guide to the diagnosis of common bacterial, fungal, and viral skin infections, as well as recognition of arthropods of medical importance. The text is divided into chapters by class of organism, and in each chapter by clinical entity. It will be of lasting value to dermatologists in practice and training, and to general physicians/practitioners interested in dermatology.
Hall: Skin Infections: Diagnosis and Treatment
By Brian Hall
2009 (1st ed), 360 pages, $99 list
This is the first textbook linking the two disciplines of dermatology and infectious diseases. As the number of elderly, AIDS, transplant, and cancer surviving patients continues to rapidly increase worldwide, all medical personnel need to be able to rapidly recognize and treat infections. The skin is the most easily accessed and monitored of all organs and is often the first sign of infection. Knowledge of the integument's link to infection is a must for the modern medical nurse, nurse practitioner, medical student, resident, and practitioner. To accomplish these goals, the text features authors from around the world who are considered experts in their various fields of expertise. The book is organized into types of infections, locations in the integument, and specific subpopulations of patients at risk and regional variations of infections.
Tyring: Mucocutaneous Manifestations of Viral Diseases
By Stephen Tyring
2009 (2nd ed), 600 pages, 1200 illus, $380 list
The only existing text to address issues of skin manifestations of viral disease, the Second Edition explores the diagnosis, treatment, and pathogenesis of viral diseases that infiltrate the skin and affiliated mucous membranes.
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