A Clinician's Guide to Dermatologic Differential Diagnosis, Two Volume Set: A Clinician's Guide to Dermatologic Differential Diagnosis, Volume 1: The ... of Differential Diagnosis in Dermatology S)
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One of the most ambitious texts to be published in dermatology for some years, this is a comprehensive guide to dermatologic conditions, classified by physical findings, and referenced to current literature. There are 284 entries, arranged alphabetically. The art and science of clinical dermatology rest with the ability of the clinician to formulate an appropriate differential diagnosis by defining and synthesizing the physical findings; this book serves as a guide in that quest, and will be both educational and stimulating to dermatologists at all levels of training and practice.
p.128, 2002, Second Edition Histoplasmosis – transepidermal elimination of histoplasmosis in AIDS Cutis 47:397–400, 1991 Hypertrophic lichen planus BJD 144:424–425, 2001 Kaposi’s sarcoma Cutis 64:111–112, 1999; Cutis 31:610–612, 1983 Keratoacanthoma Cutis 64:111–112, 1999; AD 120:736–740, 1984 Keratotic and micaceous pseudoepitheliomatous balanitis Leishmaniasis AD 123:168–169, 1987 Lichen planus hypertrophicus BJD 144:424–425, 2001 Lupus erythematosus AD 121:837–838, 1985; discoid lupus
– dermatitis of the legs Ped Derm 20:427–428, 2003 Homocystinuria Kwashiorkor – ‘enamel paint’ change; may resemble atopic dermatitis on the face; red brown scaly plaques JAAD 52:S69–72, 2005; JAAD 21:1–30, 1989; in elderly, cracked skin on lower abdomen and pretibial areas (geriatric nutritional eczema) Rook p.2662, 1998, Sixth Edition Leiner’s disease Ghatan p.107, 2002, Second Edition; Pediatrics 49:225–232, 1972 Liver disease, chronic (cirrhosis) – zinc deficiency; generalized dermatitis of
edema JAAD 37:673–705, 1997 DEGENERATIVE DISEASES Hypoplastic lymphatics – scrotal edema Rook p.3199, 1998, Sixth Edition Sudeck’s atrophy – hand edema, Dupuytren’s contracture, and Raynaud’s phenomenon Klippel–Trenaunay–Weber syndrome – lymphedema; venous malformation, arteriovenous fistula, or mixed venous lymphatic malformation Rook p.2283, 1998, Sixth Edition; Br J Surg 72:232–236, 1985; Arch Gen Med 3:641–672, 1900 Syringomyelia – skin of fingers and knuckles becomes cyanotic,
100-200.qxd 5/16/2006 6:49 PM Page 165 EDEMA, HEAD UNILATERAL FOOT EDEMA Tick bite – edema of scalp Freiberg’s infarction Zymomycosis – rhinocerebral zygomycosis caused be Condiobolus coronatus Mycopathologia 115:1–8, 1991 165 Plantar fasciitis Am J Roentgenol 173:699–701, 1999 Plantar neuroma Synovial sarcoma Clin Orthop 364:220–226, 1999 INFLAMMATORY DISORDERS Tenosynovitis Kimura’s disease Kulak Burun Bogaz Ihtis Derg 12:139–143, 2004 Venous thrombosis – swelling and pain of
esterase/lipase/thioesterase subfamily BJD 153:838–841, 2005 Noonan’s syndrome – webbed neck, short stature, malformed ears, nevi, keloids, transient lymphedema, ulerythema ophyrogenes, keratosis follicularis spinulosa decalvans JAAD 46:161–183, 2002; Rook p.3016, 1998, Sixth Edition; Ped Derm 15:18–22, 1998; J Med Genet 24:9–13, 1987 Oculo-auricular vertebral syndrome – epibulbar dermoid tumors, abnormal hair, short neck Ped Derm 20:182–184, 2003 Oculo-dento-osseous (oculo-dento-digital)