Color Atlas of Dermatopathology
Copper and the Skin
Dry Skin and Moisturizers Chemistry and Function
By Jane M. Grant-Kels
April 18, 2007
This outstanding dermatopathology atlas emphasizes the correlation of pathological findings with clinical presentations and presents a reader-friendly approach to the diagnosis and interpretation of skin biopsy results. With an abundance of color clinical and histologic photographs, and ...
By Klaus-Peter Wilhelm, Peter Elsner, Enzo Berardesca, Howard I. Maibach
September 27, 2006
Spanning the many advancements that have taken place in the field since the First Edition of this book was published, this Second Edition emphasizes the imaging of the skin in its entirety, rather than focusing solely on surface layers. The Second Edition includes new chapters on technologies such ...
By Jurij J. Hostynek, Howard I. Maibach
August 15, 2006
Copper is increasingly recognized for its possible role in the prevention and moderation of disease, as well as the treatment of a number of conditions including skin irritation, sensitization, rheumatoid arthritis, and other inflammatory conditions. This source reviews general principles of ...
By Marie Loden, Howard I. Maibach
November 09, 2005
The previous edition of Dry Skin and Moisturizers: Chemistry and Function was the first book devoted to all aspects of moisturizers, a subject often given short shrift in dermatology texts. It quickly became a standard reference. In the past five years, there has been an explosion of new ...
By Joachim W. Fluhr, Peter Elsner, Enzo Berardesca, Howard I. Maibach
August 27, 2004
Bioengineering of the skin, or more precisely the biophysical assessment of skin physiology, is moving rapidly from a descriptive approach to a deeper understanding of biophysical and biochemical processes. This second edition of the popular text Bioengineering of the Skin: Water and Stratum ...
By Kirsti Kauppinen, Kristiina Alanko, Matti Hannuksela, Howard I. Maibach
May 29, 1998
Skin reactions to drugs are a ubiquitous problem-the most commonly observed drug sensitivity observed in a wide range of specialties. Skin Reactions to Drugs emphasizes the mechanisms and clinical and laboratory proof of a cause-and-effect relationship between drugs and adverse reactions. It ...
By Gerd Gross, Geo von Krogh
November 21, 1996
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a major cause of cervical cancer. Human Papillomavirus Infections in Dermatovenereology pulls together the diverse disciplines of clinical, molecular biological, socio epidemiological, and immunological research to bridge the gap between the clinical aspects and basic ...
By Enzo Berardesca, Peter Elsner, Klaus-Peter Wilhelm, Howard I. Maibach
September 11, 1995
Skin bioengineering is an expanding field of investigative and clinical dermatology. This guide describes all commercially available techniques and instruments. It provides a thorough overview of methods for noninvasive investigation of skin function. Commercially available instruments are reviewed...