The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations - Integumentary System

2nd Edition

Volume 4


  • Bryan Anderson
  • Key Features

    • Gain a rich, holistic clinical view of every structure by seeing classic Netter anatomic illustrations, cutting-edge histologic images and diagnostic imaging studies side by side.
    • Visualize the most recent topics in cutaneous pathology such as sporothrix and cutaneous t-cell lymphoma as well as classic problems like alopecia and neurofibromatosis, informed by the latest developments in molecular biology and histologic imaging.
    • See current dermatologic concepts captured in the visually rich Netter artistic tradition via major new contributions from Netter disciple Carlos Machado, MD - making complex concepts easy to understand and remember through the precision, clarity, detail, and realism for which Netter’s work has always been known.

    • Get complete, integrated visual guidance on the skin, hair, and nails in a single source, from basic sciences and normal anatomy and function through pathologic conditions.

    • Adeptly navigate current controversies and timely topics in clinical medicine with guidance from the Editor and informed by an experienced international advisory board.

    Table of Contents

    Section 1 - Anatomy, Physiology, and Embryology

      1. Embryology of the skin
      2. Normal Skin Anatomy
      3. Normal Skin Histology
      4. Skin Physiology - The Process of Keritinization
      5. Normal skin flora
      6. Vitamin D metabolism
      7. Photobiology
      8. Wound Healing
      9. Morphology: Lichen Simplex Chronicus, Urticaria, and Postauricular Fissures
      10. Morphology: Vitiligo, Tinea Faciei, and Herpes

    Section 2 - Benign GrowthS

      1. Acrochordon
      2. Becker's Nevus (smooth muscle hamartoma)
      3. Dermatofibroma (sclerosing hemangioma)
      4. Eccrine Poroma
      5. Eccrine Spiradenoma
      6. Eccrine Syringoma
      7. Ephelide and Lentigines
      8. Ephelide and Lentigines (Continued)
      9. Epidermal Inclusion Cyst
      10. Epidermal Nevus
      11. Fibrofolliculoma
      12. Fibrous Papule
      13. Ganglion Cyst
      14. Glomus Tumor and Glomangioma
      15. Hidradenoma Papilliferum
      16. Hidrocystoma
      17. Keloid and Hypertrophic Scar
      18. Leiomyoma
      19. Lichenoid Keratosis
      20. Lipoma
      21. Median Raphe Cyst
      22. Melanocytic Nevi: Blue Nevi
      23. Melanocytic Nevi: Common Acquired Nevi and Giant Congenital Melanocytic Nevi
      24. Melanocytic Nevi: Congenital Nevi
      25. Milia
      26. Neurofibroma
      27. Nevus Lipomatosus Superficialis
      28. Nevus of Ota and Nevus of Ito


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