- Language: English
- 125 Pages
- Published: December 2006
- Region: Global
Psychocutaneous Medicine. Basic and Clinical Dermatology
- Published: June 2003
- Region: Global
- 376 Pages
- Informa Healthcare
This reference presents research and clinical developments in the field, presenting comprehensive, problem-focused approaches to psychodermatology. It offers a panoramic perspective of worldwide research efforts to improve the understanding and treatment of the psychodermatological patient.
Psychodermatology overview: a general approach to evaluating psychodermatological disorders, John Y.M. Koo and Chai Sue Lee; the third ear of the dermatologist - how a dermatologist can improve the psychological quality of life of patients who consult for a dermatosis not considered psychocutaneous, Francesca Grimalt; liaison dermatology, Iona H. Ginsburg; international consensus on are of psychodermatological patients, John Y.M. Koo, Chai Sue Lee, Thelda Kestenbaum, Iona Ginsburg, Hilary Baldwin, Tom Hogarty, Don Kushon, Rick Fried, Peter Koblenzer, Caroline Koblenzer, William Gould, Mary E. Shepherd, J.A. Cotterill, Matthias Augustin, Emiliano Panconesi. Psychophysiological disorders: stress and emotions in skin diseases - physiology, pathology and clinical aspects, Emiliano Panconesi and Giuseppe Hautmann; psychoneuroendocrinimmunodermatology - pathophysiological mechanisms of stress in cutaneous disease, Lee Thomas Zane; psychophysiological aspects of atopic dermatitis, Uwe Gieler, Volker Niemeier, Jorg Kupfer and Burkhard Brosig; pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis - integrating physiological and psychophysiological data, Sandy Duyen Hong and John Y.M. Koo. Primary psychiatric disorders: practical issues in the management of the delusional patient, Sylvia Garnis-Jones and Barry Douglas Jones; delusional parasitosis, M. Musalek; body dysmorphic disorder, Katharine A. Phillips and Raymond G. Dufresne, Jr; the spectrum of dermatological self-mutilation and self-destruction including dermatitis artefacta and neurotic excoriations, Myriam Van Moffaert; obsessive-compulsive disorders in dermatology patients, Julia Jill K. Warnock and Thelda Kestenbaum; trichotillomania, Dan J. Stein, Bavanisha Vythilingum, Soraya Seedat and Brian H. Harvey. Secondary psychiatric disorders: psychosocial effects of skin disease on the patient, Iona H. Ginsburg; depression and dermatological disorders, Madhulika A. Gupta and Aditya K. Gupta; psychosocial impact of androgenetic alopecia, Ramon Grimalt; the coping challenges facing melanoma patients, Andrew W. Kneier; the impact of atopic dermatitis on the quality of life of the paediatric patient, Jane Choi and John Y.M. Koo; health-related quality-of-life instruments for psoriasis - a review, Paula S. Lin and John Y.M. Koo. Miscellaneous topics: cutaneous sensory disorder, Roger S. Lo and John Y.M. Koo; psychological aspects of acne, Ernest Lee and John Y.M. Koo; psychiatric issues in vitiligo, Ernest Lee and John Y. M. Koo; psychological impact of ageing and the Skin, Madhulika A. Gupta and Aditya K. Gupta; skin disease and sexuality, Volker Niemeier and Uwe Gieler; psychiatric issues in cutaneous surgery, Ernest Lee and John Y.M. Koo. Psychodermatological therapy: nonpharmacological treatments in psychodermatology, Richard D. Fried; the use of psychotropic medications in dermatology, Chai Sue Lee and John Y.M. Koo.
John Y. M. Koo University of California at San Francisco, California, USA.
Chai Sue Lee University of California at Davis, Sacramento, California, U.