Books for Dermatologists
Pediatric dermatology

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Bonifazi: Differential Diagnosis in Pediatric Dermatology
By Ernesto Bonifazi
2013 (1st ed), 165 pages, $139 list
This book is devoted exclusively to differential diagnosis in pediatric dermatology. It covers the full range of relevant conditions: inherited skin disorders; nevi; viral, bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections; acne; allergic diseases; autoimmune skin disorders; connective tissue diseases; tumors; and miscellaneous conditions. Each comparison addresses the differential diagnosis between two (or occasionally three or four) dermatological conditions, containing between two and six images and a short text emphasizing the clinical differences between the diseases in question. At the end of each chapter, a summary highlights one or two characteristics essential for the differential diagnosis. The author is an expert who, since 1982, has been responsible for a column devoted to the differential diagnosis of pediatric dermatology in the European Journal of Pediatric Dermatology. The volume will represent an ideal tool for pediatric dermatologists, pediatricians, and GPs, and will help them in the diagnostic process.
Cohen: Pediatric Dermatology
By Bernard Cohen
2013 (4th ed), $80 list
Clinically focused and practical, this diagnostic reference is ideal for anyone who treats children with skin disorders. Over 800 top-quality full-color illustrations, balanced by clear and succinct text, deliver the right amount of clinical detail to help readers identify a wide range of diseases. Plus, summary tables and differential diagnosis algorithms help simplify diagnosis.
Drolet: Birthmarks of Medical Significance
By Beth Drolet
2010 (1st ed), $84 list
This issue of Pediatric Clinics covers Birthmarks of Medical Significance. Guest Editors Drs. Beth Drolet and Maria Garzon have assembled a panel of experts who offer reviews on topics including Vascular birthmarks: Introduction and classification, Infantile hemangioma, Other vascular tumors, Coagulopathy associated with vascular tumors/Kassabach-Merrit Phenomenon, Vascular malformations, Genetics and syndromes, Pigmentary mosaicism, Caf au lait, Congenital melanocytic nevi, Dermal melanocytosis, and Epidermal nevi and nevus sebaceous.
Eichenfield: Neonatal Dermatology
By Lawrence Eichenfield
2008 (2nd ed), 576 pages, 500 illus, $197 list
Comprehensive and heavily illustrated, this is a unique reference for anyone involved in the diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic diseases in infants and newborns.
Inamadar: Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology
By Arun Inamadar
2010 (1st ed), 608 pages, 340 illus, $189 list
The subspeciality of pediatric dermatology is addressed by a group of 44 distinguished experts to present views, clinical opinions with pictures and tables to understand the complexities involved in the skin disorders of children.
Irvine: Harper's Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology
By Alan Irvine
2011 (3rd ed), 2816 pages, $500 list
Harpers Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology overflows with crucial clinical insights and stunning research information across the breadth of pediatric dermatology. Complete with a fascinating historical overview of the specialtys development and a brand new reader friendly text design, this third edition supports and guides the daily practice of both dermatologists and pediatricians.
Kane: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology
By Kay Kane
2009 (2nd ed), 528 pages, 350 illus, $80 list
Modeled after Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology, the world's most widely-used dermatologic reference, this point-of-care atlas provides large, detailed, full-color photographs of skin diseases in children along with the latest management and treatment recommendations. You'll find everything you need to confidently assess, diagnose, and manage diseases of the skin, hair, and nails of pediatric patients in a busy clinical environment.
Krowchuk: Pediatric Dermatology: A Quick Reference Guide
By Daniel Krowchuk
2011 (2nd ed), 550 pages, 250 illus, $87 list
The new second edition of Pediatric Dermatology: A Quick Reference Guide provides the guidance you need to evaluate, diagnose, treat, and manage diverse dermatologic problems occurring from birth through adolescence.
Levy: Pediatric Dermatology
By Moise Levy
2013 (1st ed), $99 list
Moise Levy is guest editing this issue of the Dermatologic Clinics devoted to Pediatric Dermatology, which focuses on the evaluation of newborns, infants, children, and adolescents. The disease are genetic, infectious or developmental in origin. This issue has articles that discuss connective tissue disease, relcalcitrant dermatitis, hemangiomas in infants, and sever pediatric psoriasis. Imaging and dermoscopy are also covered.
Lewis-Jones: Paedeatric Dermatology
By Sue Lewis-Jones
2010 (1st ed), 592 pages, 300 illus, $90 list
Paediatric Dermatology is an indispensable and highly-accessible guide for all healthcare professionals faced with the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of children with skin diseases. Subdivided into 37 comprehensive chapters written by experts in both dermatology and paediatrics, the book is organized according to presentation and body site rather than diagnosis, making it ideal for quick reference in the clinical setting as well as general study.
Morrell: VisualDx:Essential Pediatric Dermatology
By Dean Morrell
2009 (1st ed), 400 pages, 500 illus, $99 list
VisualDx: Essential Pediatric Dermatology is the first of a series of printed companions to the VisualDx online decision support system. The book enables the clinician to read the fundamentals of common and serious pediatric skin diseases on the printed page, then search the online system to answer a clinical question at the point of care. Like the VisualDx online system, the book is organized by symptoms and other visual clues. Searching in this fashion will lead to precise, targeted, and patient-specific differential diagnoses. More than 500 full-color illustrations show variations of pediatric skin disorders in children of all skin colors.
Paller: Hurwitz Clinical Pediatric Dermatology
By Amy Paller
2011 (4th ed), 768 pages, 1000 illus, $169 list
Hurwitz Clinical Pediatric Dermatology, by Amy S. Paller, MD and Anthony J. Mancini, MD, gives you easy access to the practical, definitive guidance you need to expertly identify and manage all types of skin disorders seen in children. Continuing the legacy of Dr. Sidney Hurwitzs beloved reference, it covers all pediatric dermatoses in a thorough, yet efficient and accessible way, enabling you to get the answers you need quickly and provide your patients with the most effective care. This edition brings you up to date on the latest classification schemes, the molecular basis for genetic skin disorders, atopic dermatitis, hemangiomas, viral disorders, bites and infestations, hypersensitivity disorders, collagen vascular disorders, bacterial and fungal infections, psoriasis, contact dermatitis, and much more.
Pride: Pediatric Dermatology: Requisites in Dermatology
By Howard Pride
2008 (1st ed), 228 pages, 460 illus, $124 list
This title in the Requisites in Dermatology series is the perfect resource for quick reference and rapid review in pediatric 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 much more.
Schachner: Pediatric Dermatology
By Lawrence Schachner
2010 (4th ed), 1840 pages, 1800 illus, $349 list
Get an up-to-date, global perspective on treating pediatric skin disorders.
Treat: Curbside Consultation in Pediatric Dermatology
By James Treat
2012 (1st ed), 304 pages, $80 list
Are you looking for concise, practical answers to those questions that are often left unanswered by traditional pediatric dermatology references? Are you seeking brief, evidence-based advice for complicated cases or controversial decisions? Curbside Consultation in Pediatric Dermatology: 49 Clinical Questions provides quick answers to the tricky questions most commonly posed during a curbside consultation between pediatricians.
Weston: Color Textbook of Pediatric Dermatology
By William Weston
2007 (4th ed), 448 pages, 600 illus, $137 list
Treat a full range of pediatric skin disorders! Concise yet thorough, this clinically oriented reference presents exactly what you need to diagnose and treat numerous dermatologic conditions in neonates, infants, children, and adolescents. Each chapter follows a consistent structure, covering everything from clinical features, differential diagnosis, and treatment, patient education, and follow-up care. Patient Education sheets, included in the text, can be photocopied and distributed to help patients and caregivers follow treatment plans for optimal outcomes. The text's up-to-date information - combined with an easy-to-use organization and conversational writing style - make this the ideal "all-in-one" dermatology reference for diagnosing and treating pediatric patients