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TREATMENT OF SKIN DISEASE (BOOK AND PDA PACKAGE)

Lebwohl, M.

ISBN-139780323023757
PublicadoDiciembre 2003
Edición
IdiomaInglés
Páginas
Peso0 gramos
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EditorialMOSBY
DisponibilidadAGOTADO
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Buy the book for your desk and the PDA for your rounds - be sure that the best highest quality therapeutic information is always at your finger tips.

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Some things you just can't do with a book. You can't carry it with you wherever you go. You can't go directly to the information you need without turning a page and you can't keep it up-to-date again and again with your own notes. That's why we have developed a version of Treatment of Skin Disease for the PDA.

In both the book and the PDA (CD-ROM), for over 200 therapeutically awkward conditions, you'll find the following information:

  • Photograph A classic image of the disease
  • Key facts Takes you straight to the critical information on each disease
  • Management strategy The authors share their expert overview of the therapeutic management of each condition
  • Specific investigations Provides a checklist of the key investigations required

Information on all available treatments is clearly ordered by efficacy in sections entitled Primary therapies, Secondary therapies and Tertiary therapies.

Every therapy is ranked according to clearly defined evidence criteria.

Highly Commended at the BMA 2003 Medical Book Awards.

Features

  • Organized alphabetically by disease for quick access.
  • Offers specific, evidence-based guidance for clinical situations.
  • Provides base-line, follow-up, and dosage regimens for key dermatologic drugs.
  • Features American drug names first with European drug names in brackets afterwards.
  • Includes cross references to the appropriate pages in the text.
  • Includes 200 color photographs.
  • Uses an evidence-based approach.

Contents

1. Acanthosis and pseudoacanthosis nigricans
2. Acne keloidalis nuchae
3. Acne vulgaris
4. Acrodermatitis enteropathica
5. Actinic keratoses
6. Actinic prurigo
7. Allergic contact dermatitis including photoallergy
8. Alopecia areata
9. Alopecia mucinosa
10. Amyloidosis
11. Androgenetic alopecia
12. Angiokeratomas
13. Angiolymphoid hyperplasia with eosinophilia
14. Angular cheilitis
15. Anogenital warts
16. Antiphospholipid syndrome
17. Aphthous stomatitis
18. Atopic dermatitis
19. Atrophie blanche
20. Atypical mycobacteria (inc. Fish tank granuloma (M marinum), M kansasii and M fortuitum complex)
21. Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis
22. Bacillary angiomatosis
23. Balanitis (including Zoon's balanitis)
24. Basal cell carcinoma
25. Becker's naevus
26. Behcet's disease
27. Bites and stings
28. Blastomycosis
29. Blistering distal dactylitis
30. Bowen's disease (including erythroplasia of Queyrat)
31. Bullous pemphigoid
32. Candidiasis
33. Cat scratch disease
34. Cellulitis and erysipelas
35. Chancroid
36. Chillblains
37. Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis chronicus
38. Chromoblastomycosis
39. Chronic actinic dermatitis (actinic reticuloid, persistent light reactors, etc)
40. Chronic bullous disease of childhood and linear IgA dermatitis
41. Coccidioidomycosis
42. Contact dermatitis - irritant
43. Cryptococcal infection
44. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma (including precursor conditions and Sezary syndrome)
45. Darier's disease
46. Decubitus ulcers (pressure sores)
47. Delusions of parasitosis
48. Dermatitis artefacta
49. Dermatitis herpetiformis
50. Dermatologic non-disease
51. Dermatomyositis
52. Diaper (napkin) dermatitis (nappy rash)
53. Discoid eczema
54. Discoid lupus erythematosus
55. Dissecting cellulitis of the scalp and folliculitis decalvans
56. Eosinophilic fasciitis
57. Epidermal naevi
58. Epidermodysplasia verruciformis
59. Epidermolysis bullosa
60. Epidermolysis bullosa acquisita
61. Erythema annulare centrifugum
62. Erythema dyschromicum perstans
63. Erythema elevatum diutinum
64. Erythema infectiosum
65. Erythema multiforme
66. Erythema nodosum
67. Erythrasma
68. Erythroderma
69. Erythrokeratodermias
70. Erythromelalgia
71. Erythropoietic protoporphyria
72. Extramammary Paget's disease
73. Flushing
74. Folliculitis (staph, gram negative, pseudomonas, pityrosporum etc)
75. Fox Fordyce disease
76. Furunculosis
77. Geographic tongue
78. Giannotti Crosti syndrome
79. Glossodynia
80. Gonorrhoea
81. Graft v host disease
82. Granuloma annulare
83. Granuloma faciale
84. Granuloma inguinale
85. Granulomatous cheilitis (including Melkerson-Rosenthal syndrome)
86. Grover's disease
87. Hailey-Hailey disease
88. Hemangiomas
89. Hereditary angioedema
90. Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia
91. Herpes simplex
92. Herpes zoster
93. Hidradenitis suppurativa
94. Hirsutism and hypertrichosis
95. Histiocytosis X
96. Histoplasmosis
97. Hydroa vacciniforme
98. Hyperhidrosis
99. Ichthyoses
100. Impetigo
101. Juvenile plantar dermatosis
102. Juvenile xanthogranuloma
103. Kaposi's sarcoma
104. Kawasaki syndrome
105. Keloid scarring
106. Keratoacanthoma
107. Keratosis pilaris and variants
108. Larva migrans
109. Leiomyoma
110. Leishmaniasis
111. Lentigo maligna
112. Leprosy including reactions
113. Leukocytoclastic vasculitis
114. Lichen myxedematosus
115. Lichen nitidis
116. Lichen planopilaris
117. Lichen planus
118. Lichen sclerosus
119. Lichen simplex
120. Lipodermatosclerosis
121. Lyme borreliosis
122. Lymphangioma circumscriptum
123. Lymphoedema
124. Lymphocytoma cutis
125. Lymphogranuloma venereum
126. Lymphomatoid papulosis
127. Malignant melanoma
128. Mastocytoses
129. Melasma
130. Miliaria
131. Molluscum contagiosum
132. Morphoea
133. Mucous membrane pemphigoid
134. Mycetoma
135. Myiasis
136. Myxoid cyst
137. Naevus sebaceous
138. Necrobiosis lipoidica
139. Necrolytic migratory erythema
140. Neurofibromatosis
141. Neurotic excoriations
142. Nevoid basal cell carcinoma
143. Onchocerciasis
144. Orf
145. Palmoplantar keratoderma
146. Panniculitis
147. Paracoccidioidomycosis
148. Paronychia
149. Pediculosis
150. Pemphigus (including vulgaris, vegetans and foliaceous and erythematosus)
151. Perforating diseases
152. Peutz Jeghers syndrome
153. Physical urticarias and pruritus
154. Pinta
155. Pitted keratolysis
156. Pityriasis lichenoides chronica
157. Pityriasis lichenoides et varioliformis acuta
158. Pityriasis rosea
159. Pityriasis rubra pilaris
160. Polyarteritis nodosa
161. Polymorpic light eruption
162. Pompholyx
163. Porokeratosis
164. Porphyria Cutanea Tarda
165. Port wine stain
166. Pregnancy dermatoses
167. Pretibial myxedema
168. Prurigo nodularis
169. Pruritus ani
170. Pruritus of renal and liver disease
171. Pruritus of unknown aetiology including senile pruritus
172. Pruritus vulvae
173. Pseudofolliculitis barbae
174. Pseudoxanthoma elasticum
175. Psoriasis (including variants and impetigo herpetiformis)
176. Pyoderma gangrenosum
177. Raynauds syndrome
178. Reiters's syndrome
179. Relapsing polychondritis
180. Rocky Mountain spotted fever
181. Rosacea and peri oral dermatitis
182. Sarcoidosis
183. Scabies
184. Scleredema
185. Scleroderma
186. Seborrhoeic dermatitis
187. Seborrhoeic keratoses
188. Spitz naevus
189. Sporotrichosis
190. Squamous cell carcinoma
191. Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome
192. Steatocystoma multiplex
193. Stoma care
194. Subacute Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus
195. Subcorneal pustular dermatosis (Sneddon Wilkinson disease)
196. Subcutaneous fat necrosis of the newborn
197. Sweet's syndrome
198. Syphilis
199. Syringomata
200. Tinea capitis
201. Tinea pedis and skin dermatophytosis
202. Tinea unguium
203. Tinea versicolor
204. Toxic epidermal necrolysis
205. Trichotillomania
206. Tuberculosis and tuberculids
207. Urticaria and angioedema
208. Varicella
209. Venous ulceration
210. Vitiligo
211. Vulvodynia
212. Warts
213. Xeroderma pigmentosum
214. Xerosis
215. Yellow nail syndrome

System Requirements

System requirement: Treatment of Skin Disease PDA will run on both Palm and PocketPC (Windows CE) devices. PalmOS (Palm, Sony Clie, Handspring, IBM Workpad, Handera, etc.). Palm OS 3.0 or greater with 2MB RAM or greater (PalmOS 3.1 with 8MB RAM or greater for the pictures)

PocketPC/Windows CE version 2.0 with ActiveSync; 16MB RAM; StrongARM/MIPS/SH3 processor

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