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Pediatric dermatology /
Bernard A. Cohen ; forewords by Frank A. Oski and Nancy B. Esterly.
edition
2nd ed.
imprint
London ; Philadelphia : Mosby, 1999.
description
viii, 232 p. : ill.
ISBN
0723430101, 9780723430100
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imprint
London ; Philadelphia : Mosby, 1999.
isbn
0723430101
9780723430100
general note
Rev. ed. of: Atlas of pediatric dermatology. 1993.
catalogue key
6886970
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Doody's Reviews, July 1999
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Summaries
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Pediatrician and dermatologist Bernard Cohen provides a clinically focused, clear, accessible reference ideal for dermatologists who treat skin disorders in children. This thorough atlas provides more than 600 full color images balanced by clear, succinct text that delivers just the right amount of clinical detail. Cohen unravels the clinical patterns in pediatric cases, which often display amazing variation. This atlas aids the physician in confidently developing a differential diagnosis using easy-to-follow evaluation algorithms at the end of every chapter.
Main Description
Pediatric Dermatology Second Edition provides a highly illustrated approach to current thinking on skin disorders in children. It is presented in a clinically relevant format that is ideal for the resident, the trained pediatrician and, of course, for thepediatric dermatologist and general dermatologist. This new edition has been designed to present clinically focused text alongside fantastic color photographs, in a format that is clear and accessible. Pediatric Dermatology Second Edition aims to help thereader to develop a pragmatic approach to developing a differential diagnosis using easy to follow algorithms. These appear at the end of each chapter to illustrate clearly how to evaluate a specific pediatric skin disorder. These algorithms, together with color illustrations help to explain more difficult material clearly. Comprehensive coverage of pediatric skin disorders Over 600 fantastic color images with over 200 new photographs Informative and simple evaluation algorithms Up-to-date references specific to each chapter Single-authored text resulting in a cohesive and consistent format
Bowker Data Service Summary
This new edition provides a highly illustrated approach to current thinking on skin disorders in children. In a clear and accessible clinically relevant format, it is ideal for the trainee, the pediatric dermatologist and general dermatologists.
Main Description
Pediatrician and dermatologist Bernard Cohen provides a clinically focused, clear, accessible reference ideal for dermatologists who treat skin disorders in children. This thorough atlas provides more than 600 full color images balanced by clear, succinct text that delivers just the right amount of clinical detail. Cohen unravels the clinical patterns in pediatric cases, which often display amazing variation. This atlas aids the physician in confidently developing a differential diagnosis using easy-to-follow evaluation algorithms at the end of every chapter. * Takes a clinically focused, pragmatic approach relevant to everyday practice * Provides a clear, accessible format * Includes algorithms at the end of each chapter NEW TO THIS EDITION * Provides thoroughly revised content, including better examples of clinical lesions and more information on neonatal dermatology, papulosquamous eruptions, vesiculopustular eruptions, pigmentation disorders, reactive erythemas, hair and nail disorders, factitial dermatoses and "lumps and bumps" * Features a more effective index and user friendly page and figure numbering * Includes 200 new photographs * Contains an updated bibliography at the end of each chapter
Table of Contents
Introduction
Neonatal Dermatology
Papulosquamous Eruptions
Vesiculopustular Eruptions
Nodules and Tumours
Disorders of Pigmentation
Reactive Erythemas
Disorders of the Hair and Nails
Factitial Dermatoses
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