Download Book Pediatric Dermatology : A Quick Reference Guide, 4th Edition - Original PDF

    Pediatric Dermatology : A Quick Reference Guide, 4th Edition - Original PDF
Authors Anthony J. Mancini - Daniel P. Krowchuk
Year 2020
Publication American Academy of Pediatrics
ISBN 9781610024587, 9781610024594
Edition 4
Language English
Format Original PDF
Price $5 $1 Ben discount


Significantly updated and revised, this best-selling quick reference provides practical and concise guidance on the recognition and treatment of more than 100 pediatric and adolescent skin conditions. Includes more than 300 full color images that aid in accurate visual diagnosis. Coverage spans everything from dermatitis and acne to infections, pigmentation disorders, hair disorders, neonatal and infant conditions, drug eruptions, and much more. Key Features Nine new chapters Cercarial Dermatitis Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris (PRP) Pilomatricoma Spitz Nevus Ectodermal Dysplasia Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) and Mycoplasma pneumoniae -Induced Rash and Mucositis Confluent and Reticulated Papillomatosis (CARP) Hyperhidrosis 35+ new color images to aid in accurate visual diagnosis Must-have information on each condition is presented in the precise sequence in which you need it in the clinical setting: Etiology/epidemiology Symptoms and signs How to make the diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Referral considerations Resources for families Content highlights: Approach to the patient with a rash Diagnostic Techniques Therapeutics Dermatitis Acne Localized Viral Infections Systemic Viral Infections Localized Bacterial Infections Systemic Bacterial, Rickettsial, or Spirochetal Infections with Skin Manifestations Fungal and Yeast Infections Infestations & Bites Papulosquamous Diseases Vascular Lesions Hypopigmentation Hyperpigmentation Lumps and Bumps Bullous Diseases Genodermatoses Hair Disorders Skin Disorders in Neonates/Infants Acute Drug/Toxic Reactions Cutaneous Manifestations of Rheumatologic Diseases Nutritional Dermatoses Other Disorders