Dermatology: Visual Recognition and Case Reviews, 2nd Edition
Content organized by visual patterns (color, shape, pattern, and body part), maximizing your ability to recognize disease – the same way a patient would normally present in the clinic.
High-quality clinical and microscopic images for nearly all entities, helping to enhance your diagnostic and clinicopathologic correlation skills.
Key difference pages, enabling you to quickly compare and contrast different diseases in a given differential diagnosis that can look similar but are distinguishable.
Newly reorganized, color-coded table of contents for quicker navigation.
New flashcards online to test your ability to recognize diseases by visual presentation.
Case reviews that provide clear examples of specific approaches to patient evaluation.
Enhanced eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
Introduction: Visual Intelligence
PART 1: OVERVIEW
1. Key concepts
2. Differential diagnosis for given body sites and morphology
3. Distribution – specific differentials
PART 2: EPIDERMAL-BASED DISEASES
4. Spongiotic/eczematous processes
5. Psoriasiform rashes
6. Small, scaly lesions
7. Epidermal-based lesions
PART 3: EPIDERMAL/DERMAL PROCESSES
8. Epidermal injury/necrosis
9. Purpura, small vessel vasculitis, and vascular occlusion
11. Epidermal neutrophils
12. Vesiculobullous, numerous lesions
13. Vesicles and papulopustules in infants
14. Blistering, localized
PART 4: DERMAL/DEEPER PROCESSES
15. Follicular processes
16. Dermal inflammation
17. Deep soft tissue disorders: panniculitis and others
18. Dermal-based lesions
19. Dermal cysts/developmental anomalies
20. Small papules secondary to a dermal process
21. Dermal change due to deposition
22. Sclerosing disorders
PART 5: MISCELLANEOUS
Christine Ko, MD, Professor of Dermatology and Pathology, Yale Medical School, New Haven, CT, USA