Dermatology DDxDeck

Author:   Thomas P. Habif ,  James L. Campbell ,  M. Shane Chapman ,  James G. H. Dinulos
Publisher:   Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
ISBN:  

9780323043489


Pages:   344
Publication Date:   30 May 2006
Format:   Paperback
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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This unique format gives you a completely portable, uniquely convenient diagnostic tool. Essentially a deck of laminated cards linked together at one corner, much like a collection of color samples, the DDxDeck allows you to compare potential diagnoses visually, side by side, without the need to flip back and forth between different pages. Each card includes a full color image and information about a particular diagnosis, as well as cross references (DDx-refs) to other potential diagnoses. Small enough to fit in your pocket, this is the perfect reference for those on the front line of dermatological diagnosis.

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Author:   Thomas P. Habif ,  James L. Campbell ,  M. Shane Chapman ,  James G. H. Dinulos
Publisher:   Elsevier - Health Sciences Division
Imprint:   Mosby
Dimensions:   Width: 10.20cm , Height: 3.80cm , Length: 15.20cm
Weight:   0.603kg
ISBN:  

9780323043489


ISBN 10:   0323043488
Pages:   344
Publication Date:   30 May 2006
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Out of Print
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
Limited stock is available. It will be ordered for you and shipped pending supplier's limited stock.

Table of Contents

TOPICAL THERAPY 1. Basic principles of treatment 2. Topical corticosteroids ECZEMA 3. Acute eczematous inflammation 4. Rhus dermatitis (poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac) 5. Subacute eczematous inflammation 6. Chronic eczematous inflammation 7. Lichen simplex chronicus 8. Hand eczema 9. Asteatotic eczema 10. Chapped, fissured feet 11. Allergic contact dermatitis 12. Irritant contact dermatitis 13. Fingertip eczema 14. Keratolysis exfoliativa 15. Nummular eczema 16. Pompholyx 17. Prurigo nodularis 18. Stasis dermatitis 19. Venous leg ulcers 20. Atopic dermatitis 21. Autosomal dominant ichthyosis vulgaris 22. Keratosis pilaris 23. Pityriasis alba URTICARIA 24. Acute urticaria 25. Chronic urticaria 26. Physical urticaria 27. Angioedema 28. Mastocytosis (urticaria pigmentosa) 29. Pruritic urticarial papules and plaques of pregnancy ACNE, ROSACEA, AND RELATED DISORDERS 30. Comedone acne 31. Cystic acne 32. Pustular acne 33. Perioral dermatitis 34. Rosacea (acne rosacea) 35. Hidradenitis suppurativa PSORIASIS AND OTHER PAPULOSQUAMOUS DISEASES 36. Psoriasis: hands and feet 37. Psoriasis: lesions 38. Psoriasis: nails 39. Psoriasis: special forms 40. Seborrheic dermatitis 41. Grover disease (transient acantholytic dermatosis) 42. Pityriasis rosea 43. Lichen planus 44. Lichen sclerosus 45. Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta (Mucha-Habermann disease) BACTERIAL INFECTIONS 46. Impetigo 47. Cellulitis 48. Folliculitis 49. Pseudofolliculitis barbae 50. Furuncles and carbuncles 51. Pseudomonas folliculitis 52. Otitis externa SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS 53. Syphilis 54. Chancroid 55. Genital warts 56. Genital herpes simplex 57. Pubic lice 58. Molluscum contagiosum VIRAL INFECTIONS 59. Warts (verruca vulgaris) 60. Flat warts 61. Plantar warts 62. Molluscum contagiosum 63. Herpes simplex (cold sores, fever blisters) 64. Varicella (chicken pox) 65. Herpes zoster (shingles) 66. Hand, foot, and mouth disease FUNGAL INFECTIONS 67. Candidiasis (moniliasis) 68. Candidal balanitis 69. Candidiasis (diaper dermatitis) 70. Candidiasis of large skin folds (candidal intertrigo) 71. Tinea versicolor 72. Tinea of the nails 73. Angular cheilitis 74. Cutaneous fungal infections (tinea) 75. Tinea of the foot 76. Tinea of the groin 77. Tinea of the body 78. Tinea of the hand 79. Tinea incognito 80. Tinea of the scalp 81. Tinea of the beard EXANTHEMS AND DRUG REACTIONS 82. Non-specific viral rash 83. Erythema infectiosum 84. Cutaneous drug eruptions HYPERSENSITIVITY SYNDROMES AND VASCULITIS 85. Erythema multiforme 86. Stevens-Johnson syndrome 87. Erythema nodosum 88. Cutaneous small vessel vasculitis (hypersensitivity vasculitis) 89. Henoch-Schonlein purpura 90. Schamberg disease (Schamberg purpura) 91. Sweet syndrome INFESTATIONS AND BITES 92. Scabies 93. Head lice (pediculosis) 94. Bee and wasp stings 95. Lyme disease 96. Rocky Mountain spotted fever 97. Flea bites 98. Cutaneous larva migrans VESICULAR AND BULLOUS DISEASES 99. Dermatitis herpetiformis 100. Pemphigus vulgaris 101. Pemphigus foliaceus 102. Bullous pemphigoid CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASES 103. Chronic cutaneous lupus 104. Acute cutaneous lupus erythematosus 105. Dermatomyositis 106. Scleroderma 107. Morphea LIGHT-RELATED DISEASES AND DISORDERS OF PIGMENTATION 108. Sun-damaged skin, photoaging 109. Polymorphous light eruption 110. Porphyria cutanea tarda 111. Vitiligo 112. Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis 113. Lentigo, juvenile lentigo, solar lentigo 114. Melasma (chloasma, mask of pregnancy) BENIGN SKIN TUMORS 115. Seborrheic keratosis 116. Skin tags 117. Dermatofibroma 118. Keloids and hypertrophic scars 119. Keratoacanthoma 120. Nevus sebaceus 121. Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis 122. Epidermal cyst 123. Pilar cyst 124. Sebaceous hyperplasia 125. Syringomas PREMALIGNANT AND MALIGNANT NON-MELANOMA SKIN TUMORS 126. Basal cell carcinoma 127. Actinic keratosis 128. Squamous cell carcinoma 129. Bowen disease 130. Leukoplakia 131. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma 132. Paget disease of the breast 133. Extramammary Paget disease 134. Cutaneous metastasis NEVI AND MALIGNANT MELANOMA 135. Nevi, melanocytic nevi, moles 136. Atypical mole syndrome (dysplastic nevus syndrome) 137. Malignant melanoma, lentigo maligna 138. Melanoma mimics 139. Congenital melanocytic nevi VASCULAR TUMORS AND MALFORMATIONS 140. Hemangiomas of infancy 141. Vascular malformations 142. Cherry angioma 143. Angiokeratoma 144. Venous lake 145. Pyogenic granuloma 146. Kaposi sarcoma 147. Telangiectasias 148. Spider angioma (nevus araneus) HAIR AND NAIL DISEASES 149. Androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness) 150. Androgenic alopecia in women (female pattern hair loss) 151. Alopecia areata 152. Trichotillomania 153. Fungal nail infections 154a. Nail diseases: psoriasis 154b. Nail diseases: acute and chronic paronychia, pseudomonas infection, white spots or bands 154c. Nail diseases: ridging and beading, habit tic deformity, onycholysis, distal plate splitting 154d. Nail diseases: digital mucous cysts, nevi and melanoma, subungual hematoma NEONATAL DISEASE 155. Erythema toxicum neonatorum 156. Miliaria 157. Cutis marmorata CUTANEOUS MANIFESTATIONS OF INTERNAL DISEASE 158. Acquired cutaneous paraneoplastic syndromes 159. Inherited cutaneous paraneoplastic syndromes 160. Acanthosis nigricans 161. Neurofibromatosis 162. Tuberous sclerosis 163. Granuloma annulare 164. Necrobiosis lipoidica 165. Pyoderma gangrenosum

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[A] unique teaching aid for non-dermatologists and trainees in dermatology. ...600 photos of 164 skin diseases...have been reproduced in vivid color and arranged on book-mark sized (2.5x10 inches) laminated cards that are bound at one end for portability and convenience. On the reverse side of each card is a description of the disorder, the history, physical findings and treatment. The contents are replete with numerous pediatric skin conditions. The obligate basic principles of dermatologic treatment, guidelines of use of topical corticosteroids and their potency list are also included. DDxDeck will be perfect for a short flight, train ride or a quick study between patients in clinic! --US Dermatologist Robert A. Silverman, M.D. <br>.,. a completely new concept...the photos are, almost without exception, of excellent quality and extremely lifelike...descriptions are nice and pithy. One memorable statistic is that about 20% of consultations in General Practice have a dermatological element so the need for a compact yet comprehensive and readable compilation of common dermatological conditions is paramount. - UK General Practitioner, www.univadis.co.uk


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Thomas P. Habif, MD, Clinical Professor, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Section of Dermatology, Department of Surgery, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover and Lebanon, NH, USA M. Shane Chapman, MD, MBA, Associate Professor, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Section of Dermatology, Department of Surgery, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover and Lebanon, NH, USA James G. H. Dinulos, MD, Clinical Professor, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Section of Dermatology, Department of Surgery, Department of Pediatrics, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Hanover and Lebanon, NH, USA

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