Key Features

  • A thorough caption describes the key clinical features of each illustration.
  • A glossary at the beginning of the book defines dermatological morphology.
  • Coverage of both pediatric and adult patients equips readers to recognize specific skin conditions in people of all ages.
  • Representation of all skin types accurately reflects the diversity of the patient population.
  • The compact, pocket-size format facilitates reference in any setting.

Table of Contents

Section I: Morphology

Section II: Paediatric Dermatology

1. Congenital and newborn diseases

2. Infantile dermatoses

3. Atopic dermatitis

4. Genodermatoses

5. Ichthyoses

6. Diseases of childhood

7. Childhood rashes

Section III: Adult Dermatology

8. Acne and related conditions

9. Allergic contact dermatitis

10. Black dermatoses

11. Bullous disorders

12. Connective tissue disorders

13. Drug-related disorders

14. Eczematous dermatoses

15. Hair disorders

16. HIV-related dermatoses

17. Bacterial infections

18. Superficial fungus infections

19. Deep fungal and tropical infections

20. Sexually transmitted diseases

21. Viral infections

22. Infestations and bites

23. Inflammatory disorders

24. Keratoses, tags and fibromas

25. Nail disorders

26. Oral mucosa

27. Photodistributed disorders

28. Nevi and melanoma

29. Pigmentary disorders

30. Pregnancy-related dermatoses

31. Psoriasis, lichen planus and related disorders

32. Skin manifestations of systemic disease

33. Sun damage/non-melanoma skin cancers

34. Tumours and nodules

35. Urticarias

36. Vascular lesions

37. Vasculopathies

38. Miscellaneous



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Mosby Ltd.
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About the author

Gary White

Affiliations and Expertise

Department of Dermatology, Kaiser Permanente; University of California School of Medicine, San Diego, CA