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The 11th Edition of the classic Andrews’ Diseases of the Skin, by Drs. William D. James, Timothy G. Berger and Dirk M. Elston, provides the ultimate foundation in dermatology with comprehensive guidance to effectively diagnose and treat a wide range of skin conditions. These highly respected authors balance evidence-based treatment guidelines with advice from their own clinical experience, offering a practical and realistic medical perspective. Updated throughout with the latest dermatologic findings and a new chapter on cosmetic surgical techniques, this title helps you keep current, improve your skills, and prepare for exams. It is an indispensable, convenient reference for trainees and practicing dermatologists.

  • Practice with confidence through the valued authorship of seasoned professionals Dr. William D. James, Dr. Timothy G. Berger, and Dr. Dirk M. Elston.
  • Rapidly improve your knowledge of skin conditions through a concise, clinically focused, user-friendly format.
  • Obtain thorough guidance on clinical presentation and therapy for a full range of common and rare skin diseases.
  • Confirm your diagnoses by comparing your clinical findings to more than 1,150 illustrations, 40% of which are brand new.
  • Update your surgical skills with chapters devoted to basic dermatologic, laser, and cosmetic surgery, contributed by Dr. Issac M. Neuhaus.

Sujets

Ebooks
Savoirs
Medecine
Epidermis (anatomía)
Acné rosacea
Derecho de autor
United States of America
Herpes zóster
Vitíligo
Lesión
Eccema
Púrpura
Lepromatous leprosy
Borderline leprosy
Tuberculoid leprosy
Mucinosis
Pruritus vulvae
Oncology
Hypertrophic lichen planus
Alopecia mucinosa
Systemic lupus erythematosus
Pseudopelade of Brocq
Pemphigus foliaceus
Kaposi's sarcoma
Fungus
Photocopier
Chickenpox
Acne
Lupus erythematosus
Viral disease
Bacterial infection
Surgical suture
Undertaking
Pruritus ani
Types of volcanic eruptions
Papular mucinosis
Endocrine disease
Systemic disease
Androgenic alopecia
AIDS
Granuloma annulare
Laser surgery
Lupus vulgaris
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum
Erythema nodosum
Bullous pemphigoid
Onychomycosis
Atopic dermatitis
Dermatitis
Pityriasis rubra pilaris
Connective tissue disease
Stomatitis
Autoantibody
Photosensitivity
Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma
Elastic fiber
Mycosis fungoides
Melasma
Epidermoid cyst
Neoplasm
Tinea capitis
Seborrheic keratosis
Lichen sclerosus
Pityriasis rosea
Polyarteritis nodosa
Angioedema
Erythema multiforme
Nevus
Urticaria
Lichen planus
Leukoplakia
Hemangioma
Benzoyl peroxide
Cutaneous conditions
Cellulitis
Melanoma
Chronic kidney disease
Basal cell carcinoma
Panniculitis
Vasculitis
Immunodeficiency
Ichthyosis vulgaris
Tuberous sclerosis
Raynaud's phenomenon
Itraconazole
Blackhead
Amyloidosis
Erythema
Porphyria cutanea tarda
Nutrition disorder
Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
Seborrhoeic dermatitis
Itch
Fibrous connective tissue
Sarcoptes scabiei
Weight loss
Histoplasmosis
Arthralgia
Addison's disease
Wound
Biopsy
Hypersensitivity
Epidermis
Lesion
Congenital disorder
Sarcoidosis
Aortic dissection
Complete blood count
Isotretinoin
Internal medicine
Alopecia
Alopecia areata
Impetigo
Porphyria
Acne vulgaris
Dermatology
Hypothyroidism
Eczema
Diarrhea
Philadelphia
Melanocytic nevus
Melanin
Diabetes mellitus
Keratin
Infection
Yeast
Wart
Tool
Tuberculosis
Data storage device
Pediatrics
Mechanics
Magnetic resonance imaging
Genetic disorder
Collagen
Antibody
Eczéma
Business
Patch test
Scleroderma
Oral
Antibodies
Pemphigus
Sarcopte
États-Unis
Gene
Endocrinology
Dirk
Burns
Lésion
Impétigo
Pinta
Méthotrexate
Blister
Desquamation
Vitiligo
Pustule
Purpura
Fatigue
Electronic
Clofazimine
Prednisone
Contact
Concise
Papule
Mutation
Treponema pallidum
Mycobacterium leprae
Acné
Tool (groupe)
Pigment
Maladie infectieuse
Philadelphie
Psoriasis
Macrophage
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Date de parution 21 mars 2011
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EAN13 9781437736199
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 6 Mo

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Andrews’ Diseases of the Skin
Clinical Dermatology
Eleventh Edition

William D James, MD
Paul R Gross Professor of Dermatology, Department of Dermatology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Timothy G Berger, MD
Professor of Clinical Dermatology, Executive Vice Chair and Residency Program Director, Chair in Dermatology Medical Student Education, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA

Dirk M Elston, MD
Director, Department of Dermatology, Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, Pennsylvania, USA
Saunders
Front Matter

Andrews’ Diseases of the Skin
Clinical Dermatology
Eleventh Edition
William D James, MD
Paul R Gross Professor of Dermatology
Department of Dermatology
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
USA
Timothy G Berger, MD
Professor of Clinical Dermatology
Executive Vice Chair and Residency Program Director
Chair in Dermatology Medical Student Education
University of California, San Francisco
San Francisco, California
USA
Dirk M Elston, MD
Director
Department of Dermatology
Geisinger Medical Center
Danville, Pennsylvania
USA

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Notice
Medical knowledge is constantly changing. Standard safety precautions must be followed, but as new research and clinical experience broaden our knowledge, changes in treatment and drug therapy may become necessary or appropriate. Readers are advised to check the most current product information provided by the manufacturer of each drug to be administered to verify the recommended dose, the method and duration of administration, and contraindications. It is the responsibility of the practitioner, relying on experience and knowledge of the patient, to determine dosages and the best treatment for each individual patient. Neither the Publisher nor the author assume any liability for any injury and/or damage to persons or property arising from this publication.
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James, William D. (William Daniel), 1950–
Andrews’ Diseases of the skin : clinical dermatology. — 11th ed.
1. Skin—Diseases. 2. Dermatology.
I. Title II. Diseases of the skin III. Elston, Dirk M. IV. Berger, Timothy G. V. Andrews, George Clinton, 1891-1978. Diseases of the skin.
616.5—dc22
Printed in China
Last digit is the print number: 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Preface and Acknowledgements
Andrews’ remains as it was from the beginning: an authored text whose one volume is filled with clinical signs, symptoms, diagnostic tests, and therapeutic pearls. The authors have remained general clinical dermatologists in an era of subspecialists in academia. They are committed to keeping Andrews’ as an excellent tool for anyone who needs help in diagnosing a patient with a clinical conundrum or treating a patient with a therapeutically challenging disease.
Andrews’ is primarily intended for the practicing dermatologist. It is meant to be used on the desktop at his or her clinic, giving consistent, concise advice on the whole gamut of clinical situations faced in the course of a busy workday. While we have been true to our commitment to a single-volume work, we provide our text in a convenient online format as well. Because of its relative brevity but complete coverage of our field, many find the text ideal for learning dermatology the first time. It has been a mainstay of the resident yearly curriculum for many programs. We are hopeful that trainees will learn clinical dermatology by studying the clinical descriptions, disease classifications, and treatment insights that define Andrews’ . We believe that students, interns, internists or other medical specialists, family practitioners, and other health professionals who desire a comprehensive dermatology textbook will find that ours meets their needs. Long-time dermatologists will hopefully discover Andrews’ to be the needed update that satisfies their lifelong learning desires. On our collective trips around the world, we have been gratified to see our international colleagues studying Andrews’ . Several thousand books have been purchased by Chinese and Brazilian dermatologists alone.
Many major changes have been made to this edition. Bill James, Tim Berger and Dirk Elston, three great friends of nearly three decades, have worked closely to continue to improve the quality of our text. The surgical chapters have been updated and expanded by Isaac Neuhaus. We thank him for his efforts to enhance the procedural portion of our textbook and acknowledge the contributions of Roy Grekin in prior editions. We have tried to ensure that each entity is only discussed once, in a complete yet concise manner. In order to do this we have had to make decisions regarding the placement of disease processes in only one site. Clearly, neutrophilic eccrine hidradenitis, for example, could be presented under drug eruptions, neutrophilic reactive conditions, infection or cancer-associated disease, or with eccrine disorders. The final decisions were a team effort and made in the interest of eliminating redundancy. This allows us to present our unified philosophy in treating patients in one dense volume.
Medical science continues to progress with break-neck speed. Our understanding of the etiology of certain conditions has now led us to recategorize well-recognized disease states and dictated the addition over 70 newly described entities. Molecular investigative techniques, technologic breakthroughs, and designer therapeutics lead the way in providing advances in our specialty. We cover the new understanding following from such innovations by discussing the mechanisms at work in genetic diseases, covering the latest in dermatopathologic staining and analysis, adding a second chapter on cosmetic surgery, and enlarging the therapeutic recommendations to include our expanded therapeutic options, such as biologic response modifiers, and biologically engineered targeted medications. We have attempted to define therapeutics in a fashion that emphasizes those interventions with the highest level of evidence, but also present less critically investigated therapeutic options. To care for our patients we need a large array of options. Not all are fully supported by formal evidence, yet are helpful to individual patients.
Extensive revisions were necessary to add this wealth of new information. We selectively discarded older concepts. By eliminating older, not currently useful information we maintain the brief but complete one-volume presentation that we and all previous authors have emphasized. Additionally, older references have been updated. The classic early works are not cited; instead we have chosen to include only new citations and let the bibliographies of the current work provide the older references as you need them. A major effort in this edition was to reillustrate the text with 567 new color images. Many have been added to the printed text; you will also find a large number only in the online version. Enjoy! We have looked to our own collections to accomplish this. These are the result of many hours of personal effort, the generosity of our patients, and a large number of residents and faculty of the programs in which we currently work or have worked in the past. Additionally, friends and colleagues from all parts of the globe have allowed us to utilize their photographs. They have given their permission for use of these wonderful educational photos to enhance your understanding of dermatology and how these diseases affect our patients. We cannot thank them enough.
All of the authors recognize the importance of our mentors, teachers, colleagues, residents, and patients in forming our collective expertise in dermatology. Dirk, Tim and Bill were all trained in military programs, and our indebtedness to this fellowship of clinicians is unbounded. The many institutions we have called home, from the East Coast of Walter Reed, to the West Coast of the University of California at San Francisco, and many in between, such as Brooke in San Antonio and the Cleveland Clinic, nurtured

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