Illustrated Synopsis of Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Illustrated Synopsis of Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

This Illustrated Synopsis of Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases is a simplified, brief description of common dermatoses, peppered with numerous clinical and histopathology images (about 750), body and line diagrams (about 100) and tables (about 100). The basic aim of the book is to familiarize medical students (and general practitioners) with manifestations of the common skin conditions they are likely to encounter in their day-to-day practice and to help them to manage these appropriately, without succumbing to the morbid temptation of prescribing steroids, which are often thought to be ‘panacea of all skin ills’.

Illustrated Synopsis of Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Illustrated Synopsis of Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

The record has focused as regards speaking developing an arrangement of dermatology in the reader, from the no examine basics. The main body of the textbook continues to be organized along the earlier pattern. Important diseases have been summarized as a digest at the start of the subject. Significant sky has been dedicated to high-character images and illustrations which are very appreciable past dermatology is a visual branch. Furthermore, it serves the intention of making the book more appealing. Images, tables and descent diagrams will bolster the reader believe the variations in morphology and distribution of lesions which are the cornerstone of reaching a diagnosis in dermatology. The chapter concerning sexually transmitted infections and human immunodeficiency virus covers the topic succinctly. The author has moreover finished dexterously to update the chapter upon therapeutics following inclusion of even newer modalities such as biologics and recent advances in photomedicine. I would call the book a masterpiece from an experienced moot which not on your own all undergraduate and general physician but also even dermatology postgraduates and consultant dermatologists wanting to learn and practice dermatology should strongly scrutinize for his or her bookshelf.

Key Features :

  • About 100 auxiliary pictures add-on in this new edition
  • Other features of companion Website fasten MCQs, Downloadable Images and Lecture Series (relevant to undergraduates)
  • New treatment modalities included in “Treatment of Skin Diseases” and “Skin Tumors and Nevi”
    Recent WHO/CDC/NACO guidelines and treatment included upon “Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV Infection”
  • Newer classification, critical techniques and antibiotics in “Infections”and “Autoimmune Connective Tissue Diseases”included
  • New surgical techniques supplementary in “Disorders of Skin Appendages”and “Disorders of Pigmentation”

Table of Contents :

Introduction.
2. Diagnosis of Skin Diseases
3. Genodermatoses
4. Papulosquamous Disorders
5. Bullous Disorders
6. Dermatitis
7. Disorders of Skin Appendages
8. Disorders of Pigmentation
9. Diseases of Cutaneous Vasculature
10. Abnormal Vascular Responses
11. Cutaneous Response to Physical Stimuli
12. Adverse Drug Reactions
13. Autoimmune Connective Tissue Diseases
14. Infections
15. Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV Infection
16. Skin Diseases Caused by Arthropods, Worms, and Protozoa
17. Nevi and Skin Tumors
18. Cutaneous Manifestations of Internal Diseases
19. Therapy of Skin Diseases

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Illustrated Synopsis of Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Illustrated Synopsis of Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

It is a simplified, brief description of common dermatoses, peppered with numerous clinical and histopathology images (about 750), body and line diagrams (about 100) and tables (about 100). The  basic aim of the book is to familiarize medical students (and general practitioners) with manifestations of the common skin conditions they are likely to encounter in their day-to-day practice and to help them to manage  these  appropriately, without succumbing  to the morbid temptation of prescribing steroids,  which are often thought to be 'panacea of all skin ills'. 

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