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Cosmetic dermatology /
Cheryl M. Burgess (ed.)
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Berlin : Springer, c2005
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vii, 170 p. : ill. (some col.), ; 25 cm
ISBN
3540230645 (hd.bd.)
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Berlin : Springer, c2005
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3540230645 (hd.bd.)
catalogue key
5467015
 
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Reviews
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From the reviews: "On 170 pages basic theoretical and practical aspects of skin aging are discussed. … The tables are of high quality and well chosen. A wide-ranging list of up-to-date references is provided. … The book has a clear structure, a well-organized layout with 'core messages' and a list of contents at the start of each chapter. Overall this volume is highly recommended for those who want to become specialized in the field of medical cosmetics and aesthetic reconstructive dermatology." (Christiane Bayerl, Archives of Dermatological Research, Vol. 298, 2006)"This is an ambitious little book. It attempts to cover a broad variety of topics in the field of cosmetic dermatology. … the target audience of this small book is probably those with little or no experience in cosmetic dermatology. … the book is nicely presented. It is well organized into numerous small sections and is well referenced. … a resident or medical student interested in this field would benefit from reading it." (William P. Coleman III, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Vol. 32, 2006)
From the reviews: "On 170 pages basic theoretical and practical aspects of skin aging are discussed. a? The tables are of high quality and well chosen. A wide-ranging list of up-to-date references is provided. a? The book has a clear structure, a well-organized layout with a'core messagesa? and a list of contents at the start of each chapter. Overall this volume is highly recommended for those who want to become specialized in the field of medical cosmetics and aesthetic reconstructive dermatology." (Christiane Bayerl, Archives of Dermatological Research, Vol. 298, 2006)
From the reviews: "On 170 pages basic theoretical and practical aspects of skin aging are discussed. ? The tables are of high quality and well chosen. A wide-ranging list of up-to-date references is provided. ? The book has a clear structure, a well-organized layout with ?core messages? and a list of contents at the start of each chapter. Overall this volume is highly recommended for those who want to become specialized in the field of medical cosmetics and aesthetic reconstructive dermatology." (Christiane Bayerl, Archives of Dermatological Research, Vol. 298, 2006) "This is an ambitious little book. It attempts to cover a broad variety of topics in the field of cosmetic dermatology. ? the target audience of this small book is probably those with little or no experience in cosmetic dermatology. ? the book is nicely presented. It is well organized into numerous small sections and is well referenced. ? a resident or medical student interested in this field would benefit from reading it." (William P. Coleman III, American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, Vol. 32, 2006)
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Summaries
Long Description
This book focuses on cosmetic dermatology for all skin types (Fitzpatrick Skin Types I-VI). It provides the dermatologist with the essential information needed to properly treat all skin types cosmetically. All chapters have been written by dermatologists with many years of personal experience in the field. The volume includes an overview of the systemic, intrinsic and extrinsic aging process in all skin types, essential information on anti-aging skin care product ingredients, detailed discussions of patient selection and indications, and a wide range of cosmetic procedures. Through its well-organized use of sidebars, photographs and illustrations, this concise book allows you to extract any information you may need quickly and easily. As a clinician working in this area you will gain helpful insights by making use of this excellent tool, which is also full of important, well-illustrated information for your future reference.
Main Description
This book provides the dermatologist with the essential information needed to properly treat all skin types cosmetically.All chapters have been written by female dermatologists with many years of personal experience in the field. The volume includes an overview of the systemic, intrinsic and extrinsic aging process, essential information on anti-aging skin care product ingredients, detailed discussions of patient selection and indications, and a wide range of cosmetic procedures. This concise book allows you - through its well-organized use of sidebars, photographs and illustrations - to extract any information you may need quickly and easily.
Table of Contents
Medicine As It Relates to Dermatologyp. 1
Anti-aging Skin Care Ingredient Technologiesp. 17
Photoaging and Pigmentary Changes of the Skinp. 29
Chemexfoliation and Superficial Skin Resurfacingp. 53
Botulinum Toxinp. 83
Soft Tissue Augmentationp. 93
Laser Skin Resurfacingp. 111
Sclerotherapyp. 127
Subject Indexp. 167
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