Ferri

Ferri's Color Atlas and Text of Clinical Medicine

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Bestselling author Fred F. Ferri, MD, FACP—known for his succinct, at-a-glance guidance in clinical decision making—offers a one-of-a-kind approach to the diagnosis of virtually every condition encountered in daily practice. Inside this new reference you’ll find nearly 4,000 images—the largest collection of medical images ever assembled in a primary care resource. For each condition examined, the text presents several images from a multiple-modality perspective that together provide a clear picture for obtaining an accurate identification. Differential diagnosis references accompanying each image help you avoid possible misdiagnoses. As an Expert Consult title, this text offers convenient access to the complete contents online, allowing you to perform quick searches, cross reference differential diagnosis references with even greater efficiency, and download all of the images from the book.

Audience
Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Primary Care

Hardbound, 1280 Pages

Published: December 2008

Imprint: Saunders

ISBN: 978-1-4160-4919-7

Contents

  • SECTION 1 Skin and subcutaneous tissues

    1. The structure and function of skin
    2. Evaluation of skin disorders
    3. Disorders of keratinization
    4. Inherited and autoimmune subepidermal blistering diseases
    5. Acantholytic disorders
    6. Eczematous dermatoses
    7. Psoriasis
    8. Lichen planus
    9. Hypersensitivity syndromes
    10. Superficial and deep perivascular inflammatory dermatoses
    11. Granulomatous and necrobiotic dermatoses
    12. Porphiria cutanea tarda (PCT)
    13. Pellagra
    14. Cutaneous adverse reactions to drugs
    15. Neutrophilic and eosinophilic dermatoses
    16. Vascular diseases
    17. Disorders of pigmentation
    18. Diseases of the hair
    19. Acne vulgaris
    20. Rosacea
    21. Diseases of the nails
    22. Tumors of the surface epithelium
    23. Melanocytic nevi
    24. Melanoma
    25. Miscellaneous skin lesions
    26. Dermatophyte infections
    27. Viral exanthems
    28. Bacterial skin infections
    29. Infestations and bites
    30. Decubitus ulcers
    31. Environmental injuries
    32. Radiation Dermatitis

    SECTION 2 Brain, peripheral nervous system, muscle

    33. Normal anatomy
    34. Diagnostic tests and procedures
    35. Cerebrovascular disease
    36. Subclavian steal syndrome
    37. Subdural hematoma
    38. Brain neoplasms
    39. Dementia
    40. Movement disorders
    41. Developmental disorders of the spinal cord and brain
    42. Multiple sclerosis
    43. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
    44. Neuropathies
    45. Ataxias
    46. Infections
    47. Neurocutaneous syndromes
    48. Disorders of muscle and neuromuscular junction
    49. Bell’s palsy
    50. Cerebral palsy
    51. Down syndrome
    52. Normal pressure hydrocephalus
    53. Dandy-Walker malformation
    54. Neuroblastoma
    55. von-Hippel-Lindau disease

    SECTION 3 Eyes, Ears, Nose, Oral cavity, and Neck

    Eyes

    56. Normal anatomy
    57. Diagnostic tests and procedures
    58. Cataracts
    59. Conjunctivitis
    60. Corneal ulceration (Keratitis)
    61. Scleritis
    62. Disorders of the conjunctiva and limbus
    63. Strasbismus
    64. Amblyopia
    65. Entropion
    66. Ectropion
    67. Blepharospasm
    68. Benign eyelid lesions
    69. Eyelid malignancies
    70. Retinitis pigmentosa
    71. Retinoblastoma
    72. Amaurosis fugax
    73. Macular degeneration
    74. Retinal detachment
    75. Uveitis
    76. Glaucoma, chronic open angle
    77. Glaucoma, primary closed angle
    78. Horner’s syndrome
    79. Optic neuritis

    Ears

    80. Normal anatomy, examination, and diagnostic testing
    81. Hearing loss
    82. Acoustic neuroma
    83. Relapsing polychondritis
    84. Otitis externa
    85. Otitis media

    Nose

    86. Allergic rhinitis
    87. Epistaxis
    88. Sinusitis

    Mouth and tongue

    89. Diseases of the oral mucosa
    90. Dental and periodontal infections
    91. Herpangina
    92. Stomatitis
    93. Scarlet fever

    Salivary glands

    94. Salivary gland neoplasms
    95. Mumps

    Pharynx

    96. Pharyngitis/Tonsillitis
    97. Epiglottitis

    Thyroid

    98. Thyroid nodule
    99. Thyroid cancer
    100. Thyroiditis

    SECTION 4 Chest, mediastinum, diaphragm

    101. Chest wall abnormalities
    102. Mediastinal abnormalities
    103. Superior vena cava syndrome
    104. Diaphragm abnormalities

    SECTION 5 Cardiovascular

    105. Diagnostic tests and procedures
    106. Ischemic heart disease
    107. Valvular disease
    108. Infective endocarditis
    109. Congestive heart failure
    110. Cardiogenic pulmonary edema
    111. Cardiomyopathies
    112. Myocarditis
    113. Pericarditis
    114. Cor pulmonale
    115. Arrhythmias
    116. Cardiac pacemakers
    117. Congenital heart disease
    118. Atrial myxoma
    119. Peripheral arterial disease
    120. Venous ulcers and stasis dermatitis
    121. Lymphedema
    122. Deep vein thrombosis
    123. Thromboangiitis obliterans (Buerger’s disease)
    124. Abdominal aortic aneurysm
    125. Aortic dissection
    126. Syncope
    127. Hypertension

    SECTION 6 Lungs

    128. Measurement of respiratory function
    129. Asthma
    130. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
    131. Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency
    132. Lung neoplasm
    133. Diseases of the pleura
    134. Occupational lung disease
    135. Interstitial lung disease
    136. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
    137. Pulmonary infiltrations
    138. Atelectasis
    139. Respiratory infections
    140. Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS)
    141. Pulmonary hypertension
    142. Altitude sickness
    143. Pulmonary embolism

    SECTION 7 DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

    Esophagus

    144. Zenker’s diverticulum
    145. Gastroesophageal reflux
    146. Hiatal hernia
    147. Mallory-Weiss tear
    148. Barrett’s syndrome
    149. Esophageal carcinoma
    150. Rings and webs
    151. Achalasia
    152. Esophageal spasm
    153. Esophageal varices

    Stomach and duodenum

    154. Gastritis
    155. Peptic ulcer
    156. Gastric carcinoma
    157. Intestinal obstruction

    Small intestine

    158. Celiac disease
    159. Meckel’s diverticulum
    160. Inguinal and femoral hernias
    161. Appendicitis
    162. Crohn’s colitis

    Colon

    163. Ulcerative colitis
    164. Diverticular disease
    165. Familial polyposis syndrome
    166. Peutz-Jagher’s syndrome
    167. Gardner’s syndrome
    168. Colorectal cancer

    Disorders of the anus, anal canal and perianal region

    169. Hemorrhoids
    170. Anal fissure
    171. Perirectal abscess
    172. Fistula

    Pancreas

    173. Acute pancreatitis
    174. Chronic pancreatitis
    175. Carcinoma of pancreas

    Liver

    176. Cirrhosis
    177. Ascites
    178. Hepatorenal syndrome
    179. Primary biliary cirrhosis
    180. Hemochromatosis
    181. Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis
    182. Hepatocellular carcinoma
    183. Hepatic Infections
    184. Autoimmune hepatitis

    Gallbladder and bile ducts

    185. Cholelithiasis
    186. Cholecystitis
    187. Cholangiocarcinoma

    Infections

    188. Viral gastroenteritis
    189. Salmonellosis
    190. Cholera
    191. Whipple’s disease
    192. Mesenteric adenitis
    193. Pseudomembranous colitis

    Vascular

    194. Mesenteric ischemia
    195. Portal vein thrombosis
    196. Budd-Chiari syndrome

    Endocrine GI disorders

    197. Carcinoid
    198. Gastrinoma (Zollinger-Ellison syndrome)
    199. Glucagonoma

    SECTION 8 Kidneys

    200. Normal anatomy
    201. Diagnostic tests and procedures
    202. Acute renal failure
    203. Chronic renal failure
    204. Glomerulonephritis
    205. Acute tubular necrosis
    206. IgA nephropathy
    207. Nephrotic syndrome
    208. Interstitial nephritis
    209. Amyloidosis
    210. Polycystic kidney disease
    211. Renal artery stenosis and thrombosis
    212. Neoplasms
    213. Pyelonephritis
    214. Hydronephrosis
    215. Rhabdomyolisis

    SECTION 9 Genitourinary tract

    Ureters

    216. Urolithiasis

    Bladder

    217. Bladder carcinoma

    Prostate

    218. Benign prostatic hyperplasia
    219. Prostatitis
    220. Prostate cancer

    Testicles

    221. Hydrocele
    222. Varicocele
    223. Epididymitis
    224. Testicular neoplasms
    225. Testicular torsion

    Vulva/Urethra/Penis

    226. Diseases of the genital skin
    227. Urethritis, gonococcal
    228. Urethritis, non-gonococcal
    229. Hypospadias
    230. Peyronie’s disease

    SECTION 10 FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE

    231. Clinical pelvic anatomy and menstrual cycle
    232. Diagnostic tests and procedures
    233. Endometriosis
    234. Contraception

    Vulva/Vagina

    235. Vaginosis, bacterial
    236. Vulvovaginitis, fungal
    237. Vulvovaginitis, trichomonas
    238. Vulvovaginitis, estrogen deficient (atrophic vaginitis)
    239. Vulvar cancer

    Cervix

    240. Cervicitis
    241. Cervical dysplasia
    242. Cervical cancer

    Uterus

    243. Uterine prolapse
    244. Uterine myomas
    245. Uterine polyps
    246. Endometrial cancer

    Ovaries

    247. Benign ovarian lesions
    248. Polycystic ovary syndrome
    249. Ovarian cancer

    Infections

    250. Pelvic inflammatory disease

    Breasts

    251. Fibrocystic breast disease
    252. Breast abscess
    253. Breast cancer
    254. Paget’s disease of breast

    Pregnancy

    255. Physiologic changes and prenatal monitoring
    256. Normal labor and delivery
    257. Abnormal labor
    258. Ectopic pregnancy
    259. Preeclampsia
    260. Abruptio placentae
    261. Placenta previa
    262. Hydatiform mole

    SECTION 11 ENDOCRINE, METABOLISM

    Pituitary disorders

    263. Hypopituitarism
    264. Pituitary adenoma
    265. Diabetes insipidus
    266. Inappropriate secretion of antidiuretic hormone

    Thyroid

    267. Hypothyroidism
    268. Hyperthyroidism

    Parathyroids

    269. Hypocalcemia
    270. Hyperparathyroidism

    Adrenal glands

    271. Cushing’s syndrome
    272. Addison’s disease
    273. Hypoaldosteronism
    274. Hyperaldosteronism
    275. Pheochromocytoma

    Reproductive system and growth

    276. Normal puberty
    277. Precocious puberty
    278. Delayed puberty
    279. Congenital adrenal hyperplasia
    280. Klinefelter’s syndrome
    281. Turner’s syndrome
    282. Hypogonadism
    283. Hirsutism
    284. Gynecomastia

    Disorders of carbohydrate and lipid metabolism

    285. Diabetes mellitus
    286. Hypoglycemia and Insulinoma
    287. Hyperlipidemia
    288. Multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN)

    SECTION 12 MUSCULOSKELETAL

    289. Diagnostic tests and procedures
    290. Osteoarthritis
    291. Rheumatoid arthritis
    292. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
    293. Systemic lupus erythematosus
    294. Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome
    295. Sjogren’s syndrome
    296. Idiopathic inflammatory myopathies (dermatomyositis, polymyositis)
    297. Raynaud’s syndrome
    298. Scleroderma
    299. Mixed connective tissue disease
    300. Vasculitides
    301. Spondyloarthropathies
    302. Crystal-related arthritis
    303. Fibromyalgia
    304. Regional rheumatic diseases
    305. Inherited connective tissue disorders
    306. Diseases of bone and bone metabolism
    307. Hypertrophic osteoarthropathy
    308. Infections
    309. Bone tumors
    310. Fractures

    SECTION 13 BLOOD

    311. Basic principles of hematology
    312. Anemias
    313. Leukemias
    314. Myelodysplastic syndrome
    315. Hodgkin’s lymphoma
    316. Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
    317. Hairy cell leukemia
    318. Plasma cell dyscrasias
    319. Polycythemia vera
    320. Thrombocytopenia
    321. Disseminated intravascular coagulation
    322. Hypercoagulable state
    323. Hemophilias
    324. VonWillebrandt’s disease
    325. Felty’s syndrome
    326. Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria
    327. Paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria
    328. Histiocytosis
    329. Kaposis’s sarcoma

    SECTION 14 INFECTIOUS DISEASES

    330. Diagnostic tests and procedures
    331. Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    332. Protozoal infections
    333. Cestode (tapeworm) infestation
    334. Nematode infestation
    335. Filariasis
    336. Fungal infections
    337. Rheumatic fever
    338. Infectious mononucleosis
    339. Thrombophlebitis
    340. Leprosy
    341. Tetanus
    342. Anaerobic infections
    343. Diphteria
    344. Listeriosis
    345. Yersinia pestis (Plague)
    346. Relapsing fever
    347. Tularemia
    348. Brucellosis
    349. Cat-scratch disease
    350. Leptospirosis
    351. Rabies
    352. Toxic shock syndrome

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