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Atlas of Genodermatoses 3rd Edition

ISBN: 9780367643966
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Διαστάσεις 28 × 21 cm
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Hardback

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Ημ. Έκδοσης

2024/05

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539

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3η έκδοση

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Περιγραφή

Genodermatoses are often considered rare diseases seldom seen by practicing clinicians, but as a result, professionals often have little experience or confidence with their diagnosis when they are called upon for a clinical case.

This text presents a comprehensive illustrated overview of almost 200 inherited diseases of the skin, hair, and nails. Examples have been expanded, with new images added to provide clear examples, alongside coherent and comprehensive explanations to enable clinicians to easily identify and source relevant information. This resource encompasses a varied range of skin diseases, providing accessible and in-depth information to help familiarise clinicians. The entry for each disease provides background, followed by common characterisations, manifestations, laboratory findings, genetics, cutaneous and extracutaneous findings, differential diagnosis, an overview of complications and recommended follow-ups.

Authored by dermatologists and geneticists, this is an atlas of scientific research which updates established information with current studies and references. In its third edition, this text becomes an invaluable resource for dermatologists and pediatricians.

Περιεχόμενα

EPIDERMOLYSIS BULLOSAE, ACANTHOLYTIC DISEASES, ICHTHYOSES, PALMOPLANTAR KERATODERMAS, Other disorders of keratinization, POIKILODERMAS AND AGING SYNDROMES, HAIR DISEASES, Nail Disorders, NEUROCUTANEOUS SYNDROMES, EPIDERMAL NEVI AND EPIDERMAL NEVUS SYNDROMES, ECTODERMA DYSPLASIAS AND RELATED DISORDERS, DISORDERS OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE, FATTY TISSUE ANOMALIES, APLASIA CUTIS, Disorders of pigmentation, VASCULAR DISORDERS, METABOLIC DISEASES, COMPLEX MALFORMATIVE SYNDROMES WITH DISTINCTIVE CUTANEOUS SIGNS, Immunodeficiency Disorders, AUTOINFLAMMATORY DISEASES, OVERGROWTH SYNDROMES, GENODERMATOSES RELATED TO MALIGNANCY, CUTANEOUS MOSAICISM, GENODERMATOSES IN DARK SKIN, Federica Dassoni and Gianluca Tadini, DERMOSCOPY IN GENODERMATOSES, Iria Neri, Francesco Salamone and Martina Mussi