- Provides the in-depth, expert information you need to address challenges you face in practice across all subspecialties - including medical dermatology, pediatric dermatology, dermatopathology, dermatologic surgery, and cosmetic dermatology.
- Uses the famous "easy-in, easy-out" approach, transforming complex information into more than 1,000 reader-friendly tables and algorithms, along with templated chapter contents for quick recognition and access.
- Focuses on the essential "need-to-know" basic science information and key references. - Brings together an esteemed team of expert editors and contributors that provide a truly global perspective, led by Drs. Jean L. Bolognia, Julie V. Schaffer, and Lorenzo Cerroni.- Includes over 4,000 illustrations, with over 2,000 new images in this edition, that provide more examples of skin disorders across different skin types in varying stages of presentation; plus enhanced histologic images that provide a clearer understanding of clinicopathologic correlations for multiple skin disorders.
- Enhances learning opportunities with 20 new video clips of core procedures, including nail surgery, flaps, grafts, laser therapy, soft tissue augmentation, and botulinum toxin injections, plus 200 bonus online images.
- Features 70 brand-new schematics and algorithms to better aid diagnosis, optimize decision making, and improve your approach to each patient.
- Includes the latest therapy options with supporting evidence-based grading levels.
- Expert ConsultT eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
Volume One SECTION ONE: Overview of Basic Science 0 Basic Principles of Dermatology 1 Anatomy and Physiology 2 Skin Development and Maintenance 3 Molecular Biology 4 Immunology SECTION TWO: Pruritus 5 Cutaneous Neurophysiology 6 Pruritus and Dysesthesia 7 Psychocutaneous Diseases SECTION THREE: Papulosquamous and Eczematous Dermatoses 8 Psoriasis 9 Other Papulosquamous Disorders 10 Erythroderma 11 Lichen Planus and Lichenoid Dermatoses 12 Atopic Dermatitis 13 Other Eczematous Eruptions 14 Allergic Contact Dermatitis 15 Irritant Contact Dermatitis 16 Occupational Dermatoses 17 Dermatoses Due to Plants SECTION FOUR: Urticarias, Erythemas and Purpuras 18 Urticaria and Angioedema 19 Figurate Erythemas 20 Erythema Multiforme, Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis 21 Drug Reactions 22 Purpura: Mechanisms and Differential Diagnosis 23 Cutaneous Manifestations of Microvascular Occlusion Syndromes 24 Cutaneous Vasculitis 25 Eosinophilic Dermatoses 26 Neutrophilic Dermatoses 27 Pregnancy Dermatoses SECTION FIVE: Vesiculobullous Diseases 28 The Biology of the Basement Membrane Zone 29 Pemphigus 30 Pemphigoid Group 31 Dermatitis Herpetiformis and Linear IgA Bullous Dermatosis 32 Epidermolysis Bullosa 33 Other Vesiculobullous Diseases 34 Vesiculopustular and Erosive Disorders in Newborns and Infants SECTION SIX: Adnexal Diseases 35 Structure and Function of Eccrine, Apocrine and Sebaceous Glands 36 Acne Vulgaris 37 Rosacea and Related Disorders 38 Folliculitis and Other Follicular Disorders 39 Diseases of the Eccrine and Apocrine Sweat Glands SECTION SEVEN: Rheumatologic Dermatology 40 Autoantibodies Encountered in Patients with Autoimmune Connective Tissue Diseases 41 Lupus Erythematosus 42 Dermatomyositis 43 Systemic Sclerosis (Scleroderma) and Related Disorders 44 Morphea and Lichen Sclerosus 45 Other Rheumatologic Diseases SECTION EIGHT: Metabolic and Systemic Diseases 46 Mucinoses 47 Amyloidosis 48 Deposition Diseases 49 Porphyria 50 Calcifying and Ossifying Disorders of the Skin 51 Nutritional Diseases 52 Graft-versus-Host Disease 53 Dermatologic Manifestations in Patients with Systemic Disease SECTION NINE: Genodermatoses 54 Basic Principles of Genetics 55 Genetic Basis of Cutaneous Diseases 56 Biology of Keratinocytes 57 Ichthyoses, Erythrokeratodermas and Related Disorders 58 Keratodermas 59 Darier Disease and Hailey-Hailey Disease 60 Primary Immunodeficiencies 61 Neurofibromatosis and Tuberous Sclerosis 62 Mosaicism and Linear Lesions 63 Other Genodermatoses Disorders Featuring Tumorigenesis Enzyme Deficiency Diseases Premature Aging Syndromes and Poikilodermas Ectodermal Dysplasias 64 Developmental Anomalies SECTION TEN: Pigmentary Disorders 65 Melanocyte Biology 66 Vitiligo and Other Disorders of Hypopigmentation 67 Disorders of Hyperpigmentation SECTION ELEVEN: Hair, Nails and Mucous Membranes 68 Biology of Hair and Nails 69 Alopecias 70 Hypertrichosis and Hirsutism 71 Nail Disorders 72 Oral Disease 73Anogenital (Non-venereal) Disease Volume Two SECTION TWELVE: Infections, Infestations and Bites 74 Bacterial Diseases 75 Myobacterial Infections 76 Rickettsial Diseases 77 Fungal Diseases 78 Cutaneous Manifestations of HIV Infection 79 Human Papillomaviruses 80 Human Herpesviruses 81 Other Viral Diseases 82 Sexually Transmitted Infections 83 Protozoa and Worms 84 Infestations 85 Bites and Stings SECTION THIRTEEN: Disorders Due to Physical Agents 86 Ultraviolet Light 87 Photodermatologic Disorders 88 Environmental and Sports-Related Skin Diseases 89 Signs of Drug Abuse 90 Skin Signs of Abuse SECTION FOURTEEN: Disorders of Langerhans Cells and Macrophages 91 Histiocytoses 92 Xanthomas 93 Non-infectious Granulomas 94 Foreign Body Reactions SECTION FIFTEEN: Atrophies and Disorders of Dermal Connective Tissues 95 Biology of the Extracellular Matrix 96 Perforating Diseases 97 Heritable Disorders of Connective Tissue 98 Dermal Hypertrophies 99 Atrophies of Connective Tissue SECTION SIXTEEN: Disorders of Subcutaneous Fat 100 Panniculitis 101 Lipodystrophies SECTION SEVENTEEN: Vascular Disorders 102 Vascular Biology 103 Infantile Hemangiomas 104 Vascular Malformations 105 Ulcers 106 Other Vascular Disorders SECTION EIGHTEEN: Neoplasms of the Skin 107 Principles of Tumor Biology and Pathogenesis of BCCs and SCCs 108 Actinic Keratosis, Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma 109 Benign Epidermal Tumors and Proliferations 110 Cysts 111 Adnexal Neoplasms 112 Benign Melanocytic Neoplasms 113 Melanoma 114 Vascular Neoplasms and Neoplastic-like Proliferations 115 Neural and Neuroendocrine Neoplasms (Other than Neurofibromatosis) 116 Fibrous and Fibrohistiocytic Proliferations of the Skin and Tendons 117 Muscle, Adipose and Cartilage Neoplasms 118 Mastocytosis 119 B-Cell Lymphomas of the Skin 120 Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma 121 Other Lymphoproliferative and Myeloproliferative Diseases 122 Cutaneous Metastases SECTION NINETEEN: Medical Therapy 123 Public Health and Dermatology 124 Skin Barrier and Transdermal Drug Delivery Mark R. Prausnitz, Matthias Schmuth, Peter M. Elias, Thomas J. Franz, Jui-Chen Tsai, Gopinathan K. Menon, Walter M. Holleran and Kenneth R. Feingold 125 Glucocorticosteroids 126 Retinoids 127 Antimicrobial Drugs 128 Immunomodulators 129 Other Topical Medications 130 Other Systemic Drugs 131 Drug Interactions 132 Sunscreens 133 Complementary and Alternative Medicine SECTION TWENTY: Physical Treatment Modalities 134 Ultraviolet Therapy 135 Photodynamic Therapy 136 Lasers and Other Energy-based Technologies - Principles and Skin Interactions 137 Lasers and Other Energy-Based Therapies 138 Cryosurgery 139 Radiotherapy 140 Electrosurgery SECTION TWENTY-ONE: Surgery 141 Biology of Wound Healing 142 Surgical Anatomy of the Head and Neck 143 Anesthesia 144 Wound Closure Materials and Instruments 145 Dressings 146 Biopsy Techniques and Basic Excisions 147 Flaps 148 Grafts 149 Nail Surgery 150 Mohs Surgery 151 Surgical Complications and Optimizing Outcomes SECTION TWENTY-TWO: Cosmetic Surgery 152 Evaluation of Beauty and the Aging Face 153 Cosmetics and Cosmeceuticals 154 Chemical and Mechanical Skin Resurfacing 155 Phlebology and Treatment of Leg Veins 156 Body Contouring: Liposuction and Non-invasive Modalities 157 Hair Restoration 158 Injectable Soft Tissue Augmentation 159 Botulinum Toxin Index to volumes one and two
Julie V. Schaffer Pediatric Dermatology Fellowship Director, Pediatric and Adolescent Dermatology Division, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, NJ, USA.
Lorenzo Cerroni Associate Professor of Dermatology, Director Research Unit Dermatopathology, Department of Dermatology, Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria.