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Atlas of Vulvovaginal Disease in Darker Skin Types

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Nina Madnani




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ISBN 9781032255880
February 21, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
224 Pages 341 Color Illustrations

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Book Description

There is significant increase in cross migration of women from various ethnicities, cultures, and with varying skin colour. With publications focused mainly on Fitz Skin types 1 to 4, accurate vulvar disease diagnosis in coloured skin may be compromised, resulting in suboptimal therapeutic outcomes, as the skin colour disguises much of the erythema seen in Caucasian population, the dermatoses look quite different in patients with skin of colour. This book is focused on female genital dermatoses and fills in those gaps for healthcare workers dealing with coloured skin types.

Key features-

  • Provides inclusive and consolidated contents on disorders of female genital skin and mucosa.
  • Features high quality illustrations and impressive treatment algorithms, making it a ready reckoner for dermatologists, gynaecologists, and general physicians.
  • Facilitates diagnosis and further management of vulvar disease in the skin of colour, thus optimizing patient care.

Table of Contents

0.0 Diversity: The need for this Atlas. 1.0 GENERAL. 1.1 Genital Anatomy. 1.2 Normal Vulvovaginal Flora. 1.3 Vulvar hygiene. 1.4 Topical therapy. 1.5 Bedside diagnostics procedure. 1.6 Vulvar biopsy tips and tricks. 2.0 Disorders of Pigmentation. 3.0 Vulvar Infections. 3.1 Viral Exanthems. 3.1.1 Herpes genitalis. 3.1.2 Herpes zoster. 3.1.3 Molluscum contagiosum. 3.1.4 Genital warts. 3.2 Fungal Infections. 3.2.1 Dermatophyte Infection. 3.2.2 Candidiasis. 3.2.3 Pityriasis Versicolor. 3.3 Bacterial Infections. 3.3.1 Folliculitis and Furuncles. 3.3.2 Cellulitis. 3.3.3 Streptococcal Vaginitis. 3.3.4 Erythrasma. 3.4 Tuberculosis. 3.5 Parasitic Infestations. 3.5.1 Scabies. 3.5.2 Pediculosis pubis. 3.5.3 Pinworm infestation. 4.0 Sexually Transmitted Infections. 4.1 Syphilis. 4.2 Chancroid. 4.3 Lymphogranuloma venereum. 4.4 Granuloma Inguinale. 4.5 Gonorrhoea. 4.6 Chlamydia. 4.7 HIV. 5.0 Vulvovaginal Discharge. 5.1 Trichomoniasis. 5.2 Bacterial vaginosis. 5.3 Cytolytic Vaginosis. 5.4 Foreign body. 6.0 Inflammatory Dermatoses. 6.1 Intertrigo. 6.2 Seborrheic dermatitis. 6.3 Eczematous dermatitis. 6.4 Lichen simplex chronicus. 6.5 Psoriasis. 6.6 Lichen Planus. 6.7 Lichen sclerosus. 6.8 Zoon’s vulvitis. 7.0 Premalignant Dermatoses. 7.1 Vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia. 7.2 Bowen’s disease. 7.3 Extramammary Paget’s disease. 8.0 Malignant Dermatoses. 8.1 Squamous cell carcinoma. 8.2 Verrucous carcinoma. 8.3 Basal cell carcinoma. 8.4 Melanoma. 9.0 Vulvar Manifestations OF Systemic Disease 9.1 Langerhans cell histiocytosis. 9.2 Metastatic Crohn’s disease. 10.0 Vulvar Ulcers. 10.1 Ulcus acutus. 10.2 Chronic apthosis. 10.3 Behcet’s disease. 10.4 Amoebic ulcers. 11.0 Drug Eruptions. 11.1 Erythema multiforme/Steven Johnson syndrome. 11.2 Fixed drug eruption. 12.0 Cysts and Non-neoplastic Swellings. 12.1 Epidermoid cyst. 12.2 Bartholin cyst. 12.3 Periurethral cysts. 12.4 Lipoma. 12.5 Pyogenic Granuloma. 12.6 Milia. 12.7 Hidradenitis papilliferum. 13.0 Disorders of Blood Vessels and Lymphatics. 13.1 Haemangioma. 13.2 Angiokeratoma. 13.3 Varicocele. 13.4 Lymphangioma circumscriptum. 14.0 Disorders of Skin Appendages. 14.1 Steatocystoma multiplex. 14.2 Syringoma. 14.3 Fox-Fordyce disease. 14.4 Hidradenitis suppurativa. 15.0 Immunobullous Dermatoses. 15.1 Pemphigus vulgaris. 15.2 Bullous pemphigoid. 15.3 Cicatricial pemphigoid. 15.4 Linear IgA disease. 15.5 Hailey-Hailey disease. 15.6 Dermatitis herpetiformis. 16.0 Paediatric Vulvar Dermatoses. 17.0 Geriatric Vulvar Dermatoses. 17.1 Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause. 17.2 Incontinence associated dermatitis. 18.0 Vulvar Injuries Including Sexual Abuse. 19.0 Vulvodynia. 20.0 Frequently Asked Questions. 21.0 Flowcharts

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Biography

Nina Madnani is a dermatologist having 37 years of experience as a consultant. With her experience in dealing with vulvar disease in India, having started the first Vulvar Clinic in India in 2008, there is immense clinical material to serve as great reference material for any medical person interested in vulvar disease.