3 edition of Differential Diagnosis in Dermatology found in the catalog.
Differential Diagnosis in Dermatology
May 1993 by Scovill-Paterson .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
The more the number of diseases, the more is the difficulty in differentiating one from the other. Deeming the compiled information to be useful for all dermatologists, I decided to expand the text and publish it. Unlike other atlases that catalogue diseases, it stresses the viewpoint of the clinician. Overall, the book is a must-read and a must-keep for all academicians — be they students, teachers, or research workers. This helps us to remember Psoriasis, Eczema and Tinea but also the less common red scaly diseases of A for Annular erythemas and L for Lupus erythematosus ,Lichen Planus, Light eruption and Lues an old name for syphilis 2.
If the diagnosis is unclear, possible diagnoses can be obtained by following the algorithms presented at the beginning of each chapter. However, the fault, if any, lies with the subject of dermatology rather than the author. The mnemonics are as follows. Section 2 dealing with regional diseases, has again been arranged in alphabetical order.
This problem is further compounded by the effort needed to consult huge volumes of textbooks to differentiate one disease from the other or one syndrome from another. Section 2 dealing with regional diseases, has again been arranged in alphabetical order. This section basically deals with the etiology of drug eruptions and cannot strictly be classified under differential diagnosis. The aetiology, important clinical features, and therapy for each disease are succinctly presented in the last section of each chapter. The book also benefits from close cooperation with the leaders of the specialist internal medicine departments at the University Hospital Zrich, and of other institutions and disciplines.
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Overall, the book is a must-read and a must-keep for all academicians — be they students, teachers, or research workers. Bandyopadhyay has painstakingly compiled all the cutaneous signs described in dermatology textbooks.
ICI for vesicular or Blistering diseases. If the diagnosis is unclear, possible diagnoses can be obtained by following the algorithms presented at the beginning of each chapter.
Once again the list is quite exhaustive and reader-friendly. Never forget solar in Australia particularly Porokeratoses or SCC in situ on the legs looking like psoriasis.
Contact dermatitis usually gives smaller vesicles rather than blisters but individual vesicles can join up into blisters.
From Symptom to Diagnosis Organized by functional system and symptom constellations Covers all fields of internal medicine plus special treatment of subjects dermatology, neurology and rheumatology Typical findings and signs for differentiation of all common, rare and even exotic diseases with pathophysiological background information Nearly stunning figures and many instructive table-format overviews and differential diagnostic algorithms Differential diagnostic evaluation of common laboratory test results, including step-by-step plans for further diagnosis Learn by tracing the path from symptom to diagnosis, just as the physician encounters the situation in practice!
The differential diagnoses are shown under each main diagnosis, sorted according to similarity with that diagnosis.
It is organized into sections by subtype of condition e. Open in a separate window Dermatology, as an independent medical specialty, has constantly been extending its boundaries embracing within its gamut newer sub-specialties such as dermatosurgery, cosmetology, and esthetic dermatology.
We hope to provide the target readers dermatologists and dermatologists- -in-train ing with some assistance in carrying out this frequently complicated task. Diagnosis boils down to this - What do I see? The following links are for General Practitioners who have access to the Skin Consult website.
If Skin Coloured and Scaly The mnemonic is I am coming Don't go away Ichthyosis, Acanthosis nigricans, Confluent and Reticulate papillomatosis, Dariers, Grovers and Acrokeratosis verruciformis but these are mostly uncommon conditions and it is not a mnemonic I use much.
If in a dermatomal distribution blisters are likely to be Herpes Zoster. Covering the clinical features of so many diseases in just pages is a highly commendable feat. Description About the Book: Differential Diagnosis In Dermatology This book presents both common and uncommon dermatologic differential diagnoses in a problem-oriented manner.
This P can also stand for Pharmaceutical because drugs can cause red scaly rashes and the M is for Mycosis fungoides, a T cell lymphoma of the skin. The book also benefits from close cooperation with the leaders of the specialist internal medicine departments at the University Hospital Zrich, and of other institutions and disciplines.
This website is available to Members of the Australian Institute of Dermatology. A connoisseur of dermatological literature can only hope that this disquisition is just a prelude to the publication of a full-scale textbook to be authored by this erudite dermatologist in the near future. Free shipping for individuals worldwide Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days.
It can only be surmised that the latter was used to keep the size of the book within hand-held, manageable proportions. However, one wishes that the full-text format rather than the note format with its near total exclusion of verbs was used in the description of diseases.Differential Diagnosis in Dermatology, 3rd Edition by Norman J.
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It is organized into sections by subtype of condition (e.g., infections, genetic syndromes, medication-caused) and includes a section of variants of acne that may be misdiagnosed.
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.
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