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Clinical and Dermoscopic Atlas of Non-Neoplastic Dermatoses

Variability According to Phototypes
Erschienen am 10. Juni 2023
X, 294 Seiten
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Dermatology is one of the most challenging branches of medicine, as diagnosis mostly relies on the morphology of the lesions. In this regard, relevant differences based on the patient's phototype exist, and recognizing this variability increases diagnostic accuracy. This richly illustrated atlas with over 900 original illustrations, gathers the pioneering experience of international experts, and provides a detailed insight into the clinical and dermoscopic presentation of inflammatory, infiltrative and infectious dermatoses as well as hair and nail disorders for both fair and dark skin, pointing out any relevant differences according to the skin tone. This handy volume, which also includes still unpublished details and less common dermatological conditions, is intended to support the clinical practice of physicians primarily dealing with either light or dark skin and will be of help in a multiethnic context, growingly common in our globalized world. Written for dermatologists, dermato-pathologists, residents and anyone performing dermoscopy, this atlas will be a valued companion for the effective diagnosis of various skin, hair and nail disorders across the wide skin color spectrum.)

1st ed. 2023
Springer International Publishing
400 farbige Tabellen, 1 s/w Abbildung, 465 farbige Abbildungen
X, 294 p. 466 illus., 465 illus. in color.
282,38 MB
978-3-031-19688-1 (9783031196881)
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Enzo Errichetti

(Institute of Dermatology, University Hospital "Santa Maria della Misericordia", Udine, Italy)

Enzo Errichetti is a Senior Consultant Dermatologist and Venereologist at the Institute of Dermatology, University Hospital "Santa Maria della Misericordia", Udine, Italy. He also has the national habilitation as Full Professor of Dermatology. He is currently the General Secretary of AIDNID (Italian Association of Non Invasive Diagnostics in Dermatology), Executive Board Member of IDS (International Dermoscoy Society), and Chair of the "Imaging in Skin of Color" Task Force of the IDS. He is Editor of the two reference international books on dermoscopy in general dermatology (Dermoscopy in General Dermatology and Dermoscopy in General Dermatology for Skin of color - CRC Press) and published more than 200 papers, including articles and book chapters, with most of them focusing on the use of dermoscopy, especially in general dermatology and skin of color. In these fields, he has done pioneering research, with the first description of dermoscopic features of many conditions and coordination of numerous international studies, including the consensus document on behalf of the IDS on standardization of basic dermoscopic parameters and terminology to use in non-neoplastic dermatoses and its validation for skin of color. He is regularly invited as a speaker on dermoscopy in the most important national/international congresses and is Section/Associate Editor of several PubMed indexed International Dermatological Journals, including Dermatology Practical & Conceptual, the official journal of the IDS.

Richard P. Usatine

(The University of Texas Health Science, Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, San Antonio, Texas, USA)

Dr. Richard Usatine is a Professor of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery at University of Texas Health, San Antonio. He is the lead author of 8 books including "Dermatological and Cosmetic Procedures in Office Practice", "The Color Atlas and Synopsis of Family Medicine" and "Cutaneous Cryosurgery". He has published over 150 journal articles and served on the board of the International Dermoscopy Society. He co-developed a free interactive app for smart phones and tablets called "Dermoscopy: Two Step Algorithm". Dr. Usatine teaches dermoscopy in the US and internationally. He teaches regularly on Dermoscopy of Skin of Color and is the lead author of the Dermoscopedia chapter on this area. He is co-author of the column "Diagnosis Across the Skin Color Spectrum" in the journal Cutis.

Balachandra S Ankad

(Department of Dermatology, S Nijalingappa Medical College, Bagalkot, Karnataka, India)

Dr. Balachandra Suryakant Ankad MBBS MD, Dermatology is currently working as Professor and Head of the Department of dermatology, S. Nijalingappa Medical College, Bagalkot, India. He is an eminent personality working in the field of Dermatology with over two decades of experience in the field. His areas of expertise are dermoscopy of Hansen's disease, pigmentary disorders, inflammatory conditions, and trichoscopy and onychoscopy. He has published more than 100 dermoscopy related scientific papers in various National and International journals and has made more than 100 presentations over various topics in dermoscopy. He has been main Editor of the book titled "Dermoscopy-Histopathology Correlation- A conspectus in skin of color" and "IADVL Atlas of Dermoscopy in skin of color". He has worked as coordinator of SIG-Dermoscopy (2020-2021). He is also the recipient of the famous WCD scholarship and was Member of Board of Directors, International Dermoscopic Society (2018-2020). Presently he is the President of "Dermatoscopy Society of India".

Aimilios Lallas

(First Department of Dermatology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece)

Aimilios Lallas is an Associate Professor of Dermatology at the First Department of Dermatology of Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece. He is specialized in skin cancer diagnosis with non-invasive techniques, as well as in the management of skin cancer patients. His main field of research interest is dermoscopy of skin tumors, the application of the method in general dermatology and the improvement of the management of oncologic patients. He is an author of more than 330 scientific papers published on Pubmed Central, most of them on dermoscopy and skin cancer. He is an Editor of 8 books and author of several book chapters on dermoscopy. He is a co-investigator in several Phase III Clinical trials on skin cancer treatment. He has been awarded several scholarships and scientific awards. Over the last years, Dr Lallas has established scientific collaboration with numerous colleagues from several countries and has supervised the training of numerous fellows from different countries. He is invited speaker in several domestic and international congresses and meetings, mainly on dermoscopy and on skin cancer diagnosis and management. He is particularly involved in teaching activities on dermoscopy, having organized and participated in numerous domestic and international courses. Dr Lallas is currently the President of the International Dermoscopy Society.

Inflammatory diseases.- Common papulosquamous disorders.- Less common papulosquamous disorders .- Other papulonodular disorders.- Non-infectious granulomatous disorders - Connective tissue diseases .- Facial inflammatory dermatoses .- Common hyperpigmented dermatoses.- Less common hyperpigmented dermatoses.- Common hypopigmented dermatoses.- Less common hypopigmented dermatoses.- Infiltrative dermatoses.- Miscellaneous.- Infectious diseases.- Bacterial infections.- Parasitoses.- Mycoses .- Viral infections .- Hair and nail diseases.- Nonscarring alopecias.- Scarring alopecias .- Inflammatory nail conditions.- Onychomycosis and other nail infections.- Traumatic nail disorders


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