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Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition

Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition

If you are faced with a challenging skin problem, then pull this brilliant and magical Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition pdf book from your bag, or search it with your electronic device: the answer will be there. It is packed with top tips, information gems and clinical pearls. Whether you are a student needing a logical and clear way to understand dermatology, if you are in primary care faced with a diagnosis that requires a quick refresh of your memory, or a hospital doctor or dermatology trainee dealing with emergencies and complex cases, this book will become your friend and companion.

This new Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition introduces fresh new writing on eczema and tumours, a new chapter on genetic skin diseases and expansion of the tropical diseases section.The question and answer format, the text boxes and the clarity of the writing make the second edition of Sue Burge’s Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition the go-to small dermatology textbook. The British Society of Medical Dermatology gives this as a prize to the best UK trainees at their meeting each year. This is the book to get if you truly wish to understand dermatology.

Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition
Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition pdf

Dermatology is arguably the most clinical of all medical specialties because it relies less on investigation and more on good old fashioned observation and interpretation of symptoms and signs for diagnosis. Dermatology practice is sometimes criticized for being simply a ‘spot diagnosis’ and for using outdated Latin terminology. The diagnosis and
management of skin disease, however, demands a logical ordering and structuring of clinical information in such a way that makes it a most stimulating intellectual exercise which has few equals among other medical specialties.

The Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition  still provides a practical introduction to dermatology, with an emphasis on the medical aspects of the specialty. Skin problems are hugely variable (>2500 diagnoses), but we hope this little Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition book will help you to make sense of what you find and will provide you with a framework for analysing clinical signs, so that you develop your diagnostic expertise. Dermatology trainees should find the book particularly useful, as may hospital doctors in other medical specialties faced with assessing skin problems, but it also includes much that will be of value to those working in the community and to medical students.
The content has been updated, and author have tried to make it even more comprehensive. Author included a new chapter on dermatogenetics and have added to other sections, particularly those on skin in infancy and childhood, cutaneous reactions to drugs, skin tumours, and skin and rheumatology.

Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology 2nd edition content :

1 Structure and function of the skin 1
2 The history in dermatology 17
3 Examination of the skin 37
4 What is the diagnosis? 53
5 Skin failure and emergency dermatology 99
6 Bacterial and spirochaetal infections 129
7 Viral and fungal infections 149
8 Infestations and parasites 171
9 Psoriasis 189
10 Eczema and lichen planus 211
11 Urticaria and erythema 227
12 Pustular rashes 241
13 Blisters 259
14 Oral and genital mucosae 277
15 Leg ulcers and lymphoedema 291
16 Sun and skin 319
17 Tumours 341
18 Cutaneous reactions to drugs 365
19 Skin and rheumatology 393
20 Vasculitis 435
21 Panniculitis 455
22 Skin and diabetes and endocrinology 465
23 Skin and renal disease 491
24 Skin and gastroenterology 505
25 Skin and chest diseases 523

 

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