160 pages | 187 Color Illus.
This book is the definitive guide to the diagnosis and treatment of various blistering skin diseases. It offers readers a succinct clinical description for quick recognition of different types of blistering diseases and their relative urgency. It also provides information on clinical features, differential diagnoses, laboratory findings, and therapeutic strategy. It contains a section on pathogenesis to enhance readers’ understanding of the molecular events underlying the blistering disease process. The book is designed for dermatologists in training and in practice, physicians working in emergency departments, candidates for post-registration qualifications, general practitioners, and medical students.
Eminently suitable for dermatologists and trainees, and a useful addition to any departmental library. Overall, a nice, clear and excellently illustrated read
—Dermatology in Practice
Overview of blistering skin diseases
Diagnostic Methods for blistering skin diseases
Autoimmune blistering skin diseases
Heritable blistering skin diseases
Inflammation-mediated blistering skin diseases
Metabolic blistering skin diseases
Infection-mediated blistering skin diseases
Palmar plantar pustular dermatoses