Atlas of Clinical Dermatology in Coloured Skin
A Morphological Approach
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This atlas of dermatology has a unique clinical orientation and lays emphasis on morphology. The disease entities are arranged according to the morphology of lesions, not etiologically. This pattern of placement is more useful for both teaching and learning and serves as an important aid in making a diagnosis as this approach is based on the way patients present themselves in out-patient departments. The key diagnostic clinical pointers too have been provided with images which helps one suspect the diagnosis and exclude clinical differentials. This atlas would serve as a ready reckoner for residents and practitioners.
- Approaches skin disorders morphologically
- Emphasizes on key diagnostic clinical pointers
- Includes different presentations of common skin conditions
- Emphasizes on common clinical conditions presenting in a routine OPD
- Includes good quality clinical photographs
Table of Contents
Section I. Chapter E1 Overview of skin lesions. Section II. Approach to clinical diagnosis. Chapter 1 Hypopigmented and depigmented macules and patches- Localized. Chapter E2 Hypopigmented and depigmented macules and patches- Generalized. Chapter 2 Hyperpigmented macules and patches- Localized. Chapter 3 Acuired Facial melanosis. Chapter E3 Hyperpigmented macules and patches- Generalized. Chapter E4 Diffuse hyperpigmentation. Chapter 4 Reticulate and mottled pigmentation. Chapter 5 Papules- Localized. Chapter 6 Facial papules. Chapter E5 Papules- Generalized. Chapter E6 Follicular papules. Chapter 7 Plaques- Localized. Chapter 8 Plaques- Generalized. Chapter 9 Nodules- Localized. Chapter E7 Nodules- Generalized. Chapter E8 Tumour. Chapter 10 Vesicobullous lesions- Localized. Chapter 11 Vesicobullous lesions- Generalized. Chapter 12 Pustules- Localized, Chapter E9 Pustules- Generalized. Chapter E10 Clinical approach to ulcer. Chapter 13 Ulcer- Single/ few. Chapter E11 Chronic leg ulcers. Chapter E12 Ulcers- Multiple. Chapter E13 Scales- Localized. Chapter E14 Scales- Generalized. Chapter E15 Atrophy. Chapter 14 Purpura. Chapter E16 Erythema- localized. Chapter E17 Erythema- generalized. Chapter E18 Telangiectasia. Chapter E19 Cysts and pseudocysts. Chapter 15 Draining sinus and fistula. Chapter 16 Eschar. Chapter 17 Cutaneous Horn. Section III Regional Dermatology. Why regional dermatology? Chapter E20 Scalp. Chapter E21 Periorbital area. Chapter E22 Ear. Chapter E23 Nose. Chapter 18 Oral cavity. Chapter E24 Tongue. Chapter E25 Axilla and groin. Chapter E26 Umbilicus and periumbilical region. Chapter E27 Palm and sole. Chapter 19 Male genitalia. Chapter E28 Female genitalia. Chapter E29 Nipple areola complex. Chapter E30 Scrotum. Chapter E31 Seborrhoeic area. Chapter E32 Intertriginous areas. Chapter 20 Nails. Section IV Skin, hair and nail in systemic diseases. Skin in systemic diseases. Chapter 21 Nutritional deficiency disorders. Chapter E33 Endocrine disorders. Chapter E34 Renal disorders. Chapter E35 Autoimmune rheumatic diseases. Chapter E36 Hereditary connective tissue disorders. Chapter E37 Hepatic diseases. Chapter E38 Cardiovascular disease. Chapter E39 Neurocutaneous disease. Chapter 22 Psychocutaneous conditions. Chapter E40 Dermatoses in HIV infected persons. Chapter E41 Internal malignancy. Chapter E42 Nails in systemic diseases. Section V Miscellaneous. Chapter E43 Head and neck mass. Chapter E44 Red face. Chapter E45 Leonine facies. Chapter E46 Linear lesions. Chapter 23 Annular lesions. Chapter 24 Hair loss. Chapter E47 Hypertrichosis and Hirsutism. Chapter 25 Vascular lesions. Chapter E48 Vasculitis. Chapter E49 Neonatal dermatology. Chapter E50 Geriatric dermatology. Chapter E51 Dermatoses of pregnancy. Chapter 26 Cutaneous adverse drug reactions. Chapter E52 Dermatitis artefacta, Dermatitis neglecta and Terra firma forme dermatosis. Chapter E53 Pruritus sine material. Chapter E54 Hyperhidrosis. Chapter E55 Anhidrosis. Chapter 27 Photosensitivity in children. Chapter E56 Photosensitivity in adults. Chapter E57 Maculopapular rash. Chapter E58 Fever with rash in children.
Dr P.C. Das is a senior practicing clinical dermatologist at Purnea and Katihar districts of Bihar, India. He has graduated and post graduated from Patna Medical College, Patna University, India, in 2000. He has been practicing Clinical dermatology, Lasers and Dermatosurgery for over two decades. He has participated and presented papers in international, national and regional dermatology conferences and organized some of them. His fields of special interest are newer drugs in leprosy and clinical dermatology.
Dr Piyush Kumar finished his post-graduation in Dermatology from Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata in 2011 and was judged the best outgoing university medical graduate in Dermatology. He received many scholarships during and after his post-graduation to attend and present papers at National and International conferences. He has published more than 150 papers in indexed National and International journals and works as a reviewer for various National and International specialty journals. He has contributed many chapters in various books and has co-edited "Nail Disorders: A Comprehensive Approach", "Clinical Cases in Disorders of Melanocytes" and "Clinical Cases in Leprosy". His areas of interest are Clinical dermatology, Dermatopathology, Nail disorders and Genital dermatoses.