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Dermoscopy in General Dermatology for Skin of Color



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September 17, 2021 Forthcoming by CRC Press
224 Pages 739 Color Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Dermoscopy can be a useful tool to evaluate skin of color for general dermatologic diseases; however, it does require practitioners to be aware of many points of difference from patients with lighter phototypes. This highly illustrated text brings together the pioneering experience of international experts to document patients of phototypes IV to VI (from subcontinental Asian, North African, South American, to African skin).

Table of Contents

Introduction

Part I. Inflammatory diseases

Chapter 1. Papulosquamous disorders
1.1 Psoriasis

1.2 Dermatitis
1.3 Lichen planus

1.4 Lichen nitidus
1.5 Pityriasis rosea
1.6 Pityriasis rubra pilaris
1.7 Porokeratosis

1.8 Pityriasis lichenoides

1.9 Lichen striatus

1.10 Lichen simplex chronicus and lichenification

1.11 Frictional lichenoid dermatitis

Chapter 2. Other papulonodular disorders

2.1 Papular acantholytic dermatoses

2.2 Papular urticaria

2.3 Prurigo nodularis

2.4 Acquired perforating dermatoses

Chapter 3. Non-infectious granulomatous disorders and connective tissue diseases
3.1 Sarcoidosis

3.2 Necrobiosis lipoidica

3.3 Granuloma annulare

3.4 Lupus milaris disseminatus faciei

3.5 Lupus erythematosus

3.6 Dermatomyositis

3.7 Morphea and systemic sclerosis

3.8 Lichen sclerosus

Chapter 4. Facial inflammatory dermatoses

4.1 Acne vulgaris

4.2 Rosacea

4.3 Seborrheic dermatitis

4.4 Pseudofolliculitis

4.5 Granuloma faciale

Chapter 5. Hyperpigmented dermatoses

5.1 Lichen pigmentosus

5.2 Ashy dermatosis

5.3 Dowling-Degos disease

5.4 Macular amyloidosis and lichen amyloidosis

5.5 Friction melanosis

5.6 Terra firma-forme dermatosis

5.7 Dermatosis neglecta

5.8 Melasma

5.9 Exogenous ochronosis

5.10 Riehl melanosis (pigmented contact dermatitis)

5.11 Erythema ab igne

5.12 Pigmentary demarcation lines

5.13 Acanthosis nigricans

5.14 Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation

5.15 Seborrheic melanosis

5.16 Gougerot-Carteaud syndrome

5.17 Nevus of Ota and Becker nevus

Chapter 6. Hypopigmented dermatoses

6.1 Vitiligo

6.2 Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis

6.3 Progressive macular hypomelanosis

6.4 Post-inflammatory hypopigmentation

6.5 Achromic nevus and hypomelanosis of Ito

6.6 Ash-leaf macules

6.7 Hypopigmented leprosy

6.8 Pityriasis alba

Chapter 7. Primary cutaneous lymphomas

7.1 Mycosis fungoides

7.2 Other cutaneous lymphomas

Chapter 8. Miscellaneous

8.1 Hailey-Hailey disease

8.2 Fixed drug eruption

8.3 Mastocytosis

8.4 Fordyce spots

8.5 Striae

8.6 Keratolysis exfoliative

8.7 Nevus comedonicus

8.8 Cutaneous vasculitis

8.9 Pigmented purpuric dermatoses

8.10 Cutaneous xanthomas

8.11 Xanthogranuloma

8.12 Prayer nodules

8.13 Cutaneous mucinoses

8.14 Ichthyosis vulgaris and x-linked ichthyosis

8.15 Granular parakeratosis

Part II. Infectious diseases

Chapter 9. Bacterial infections
9.1 Leprosy
9.2 Cutaneous tuberculosis

    1. Impetigo and ecthyma simplex
    2. Bacterial folliculitis

9.5 Corynebacterium-associated dermatoses

Chapter 10. Parasitoses

10.1 Cutaneous leishmaniasis

10.2 Demodicosis

10.3 Scabies

10.4 Pediculosis

10.5 Cutaneous larva migrans

Chapter 11. Mycoses

11.1 Tinea corporis

11.2 Tinea capitis

11.3 Pityriasis versicolor

11.4 Tinea nigra

11.5 Mycetoma (Madura foot)

11.6 Sporotrichosis

11.7 Chromoblastomycosis

Chapter 12. Viral infections

12.1 Common warts

12.2 Plane warts

12.3 Genital warts
12.4 Molluscum contagiosum

12.5 Hand foot and mouth disease

Part III. Hair, nail and mucosal diseases

Chapter 13. Hair disorders (Trichoscopy)

    1. Introduction

13.2 Nonscarring alopecias

13.3 Scarring alopecias

Chapter 14. Nail disorders (Onychoscopy)

14.1 Introduction

14.2 Inflammatory conditions

14.3 Onychomycosis and other infections

14.4 Traumatic disorders

Chapter 15. Mucosal disorders (Mucoscopy)

15.1 Scaly disorders

15.2 Leukokeratotic disorders

15.3 Erosive/crusting disorders

15.4 Pigmentary inflammatory/infectious disorders

15.5 Miscellaneous

Index

Contributors: Balachandra Ankad * Nirmal Balakrishnan * Horacio Cabo * Piergiacomo Calzavara Pinton * Manas Chatterjee * Payal Chauhan * Nkechi Enechukwu * Dalia Hossam * Tomas Huerta * Feroze Kaliyadan * Vinay Keshavamurthy * Soumil Khare * Abhijeet Kumar Jha * Vincenzo Maione * Shekhar Neema * Balkrishna Nikam * Bengu Nisa Akay * Adebola Ogunbiyi * Jayasree Puravoor * Ahmed Sadek * Trilokraj Tejasvi * Richard Usatine

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Biography

Enzo Errichetti, MD, MSc, PhD, is Consultant Dermatologist and Venereologist, Institute of Dermatology, University Hospital Santa Maria della Misericordia, Udine, Italy

Aimilios Lallas, MD, MSc, PhD, is Academic Fellow, First Department of Dermatology, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece.