Hair problems in child patients present a particular problem for clinicians: dermatologists, pediatricians, and family physicians can all worry they may not be up to date with what may be happening in the other specialties potentially involved. Written by authors with an international reputation, the new third edition of Pediatric Hair Disorders is full of clinical pictures, with a clear and concise text to help with the diagnosis of each entity. It will be helpful for all clinicians in training and in practice needing a quick and very visual resource to help with clinical diagnosis and to be confident they are using the best recommended techniques.
Hair shaft dysplasias. Atrichias and hypotrichoses. Acquired hair disorders. Appendix: Silvery hair syndromes. Glossary.