Dermatology Skills for Primary Care: An Illustrated Guide by Daniel J. TrozakDermatology Skills for Primary Care: An Illustrated Guide by Daniel J. Trozak

Dermatology Skills for Primary Care: An Illustrated Guide

byDaniel J. Trozak

Paperback | December 9, 2010

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This illuminating review of the basic diagnostic and therapeutic skills used by dermatologists comprehensively demonstrates for primary care clinicians their application in daily practice. Using extensive illustrations and an excellent library of color photographs, the authors provide an overview of basic skills and cover 33 common dermatological conditions encountered every day. Dermatology Skills for Primary Care offers clinicians an authoritative and easy to use resource that will not only improve basic dermatological skills, but also provide the broader foundation clinicians need when managing troubling skin disorders.
Title:Dermatology Skills for Primary Care: An Illustrated GuideFormat:PaperbackDimensions:472 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.01 inPublished:December 9, 2010Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617375985

ISBN - 13:9781617375989

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Table of Contents

Part I: Basic SkillsSpecific HistoryDermatologic Physical ExaminationIndicated Supporting Diagnostic DataTherapyReferences for Part IPart II: Papular, Papulosquamous, and Papulo-Vesicular Skin LesionsMolluscum Contagiosum (Dimple Warts)Verruca Vulgaris (Common Warts)Seborrheic Dermatitis (Dandruff)Pityriasis RoseaPsoriasis VulgarisLichen PlanusMiliaria Rubra (Prickly Heat)ScabiesReferences for Part IIPart III: Epidermal, Dermal, and Epidermal/Dermal LesionsErythrasmaTinea (Superficial Fungi, Dermatophytosis, Ringworm)Urticaria (Urticaria Simplex, Common Hives)Fixed Drug EruptionErysipelas/CellulitisErythema MultiformeReferences for Part IIIPart IV: Epidermal and Dermal Lesions, Eczematous Lesions, and AtrophiesLupus ErythematosusToxicodendron Dermatitis (Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, Poison Sumac; Also Known as Rhus Dermatitis)Atopic Dermatitis (Atopic Eczema, Disseminated Neurodermatitis, Besnier's Prurigo)Asteatotic Eczema (Xerosis, Xerotic Eczema, Eczema Craquelé, Eczema Cannalé, Eczema Hiemalis, Winter Itch)Senile Purpura (Bateman's Purpura)Striae Distensae (Striae Atrophicans, Striae Gravidarum, Stretch Marks)References for Part IVPart V: Pigmented, Pre-Malignant, and Common Malignant Skin LesionsSeborrheic Keratosis (Old Age Spots, Liver Spots)Ephelides (Freckles)LentiginesMelanocytic NeviMalignant MelanomaActinic Keratosis (Solar Keratosis)Keratoacanthoma (Molluscum Sebaceum)Common Skin CancersReferences for Part VPart VI: Vesiculo-Bullous and Papulo-Pustular DisordersImpetigo (Impetigo Contagiosa)Herpes Simplex Recidivans (Herpes Labialis, Cold Sores, Fever Blisters, Herpes Genitalis)Herpes Zoster (Shingles)Acne Vulgaris (Acne, Zits)Rosacea (Acne Rosasea)References for Part VIAppendix A: Table of Primary Lesions and Related DisordersAppendix B: Table of Secondary Lesions and Related DisordersColor PhotographsIndex

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From the reviews:"...a good beginning dermatology book for primary care physicians wishing to increase their expertise in handling skin problems." -Weighted Numerical Score: 62 - 2 Stars!-Doody's Health Science Book Review Journal"...use for clinical management and differential diagnosis."-Weighted Numerical Score: 62 - 2 Stars!-Doody's Health Science Book Review Journal"Audience Family physicians or GPs with some expertise in dermatology seeking to confirm a diagnosis . . This book would be most useful if you know what is on your patient's arm and you wish to read more about it." (W. R. Mooney, Canadian Family Physician, Vol. 53, June, 2007)