Ethnic Dermatology

Ethnic Dermatology : Clinical Problems and Skin Pigmentation

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Recognizing the enormous variety of skin diseases in lightly pigmented skin depends on the development of a number of visual skills that have to be developed still further to recognize skin diseases in deeply pigmented skin from different ethnic groups. The comparison of skin disorders in white and deeply pigmented skin is in itself an important way of learning; by using this book regularly, the reader will become familiar with the appearance of common and uncommon skin diseases in people with varying degrees of skin pigmentation. This beautifully illustrated text on ethnic dermatology provides a systematic approach to the diagnosis and management of a wide variety of skin diseases; the second edition has been reorganized and updated to enforce its usefulness for the busy practitioner needing to compare important differences in the way skin diseases manifest themselves.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 228 pages
  • 195.58 x 251.46 x 15.24mm | 635.03g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Informa Healthcare
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 500 colour illustrations
  • 0415471192
  • 9780415471190

About Clive B. Archer

CLIVE B. ARCHER MD (Lond), PhD (Lond), FRCP Edin, FRCP (Lond) is Consultant Dermatologist and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, Bristol Dermatology Centre, the Bristol Royal Infirmary (UBHT), and the University of Bristol, UK.show more

Table of contents

1. Skin Diseases and Ethnic Groups. 2. Disorders with Epidermal Change. 3. Disorders with Epidermal Appendages and Related Disorders. 4. Disorders of the Dermal-Epidermal Interface and the Dermis. 5. Disorders of Epidermal and Dermal-Epidermal Cohesion. 6. Disorders of the Dermis. 7. Disorders of the Vasculature and Subcutaneous Borders. 8. Dermatological Aspects of Internal Medicine. 9. Disorders of Altered Reactivity. 10. Disorders of Melanocytes. 11. Non-Melanocytic Tumours. 12. Infectious Diseases and Infestations.show more