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📒Mohs Surgery An Issue Of Dermatologic Clinics E Book ✍ Allison T Vidimos
✏Mohs Surgery An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics E Book Book Summary : Mohs Surgery is reviewed in this issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Drs. Allison Vidimos, Christine Poblete-Lopez, and Christopher Gasbarre. Expert contributors offer reviews on topics including the history of Mohs surgery, Techniques, Mohs surgery for melanoma in situ, Flaps and grafts reconstruction, Transplant patients, Imaging, Histologic pitfalls, Special stains and Mohs, Special considerations: Eyes, lips, nailbed, and genitalia, Multidisciplinary approach to large tumors, Prosthetic rehabilitation, Setting up a Mohs surgery lab, and Coding for Mohs surgery.
✏The Intersection of Dermatology and Oncology An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics Ebook Book Summary : This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Dr. Lindsay C. Strowd of Wake Forest Baptist Health, is devoted to the Intersection of Dermatology and Oncology. This issue focuses on Melanoma, Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer, Cutaneous Lymphoma, Other Cutaneous Malignancies, Special Topics in Skin Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment, Dermatology in the Diagnosis of Non-cutaneous Malignancy, Dermatology in the Management of Non-cutaneous Malignancy, and Genodermatoses with Neoplastic Behavior. Articles in this issue include: Update on current treatment recommendations for primary cutaneous melanoma; Nonsurgical treatments for advanced melanoma; Update on current treatment recommendations for NMSC; Nonsurgical treatments for NMSC; Diagnosis and management of CBCL; Diagnosis and management of CTCL; Lymphomatoid papulosis and other lymphoma-like diseases (PLC, PLEVA, CD30+ disease); Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans updates; Merkel cell carcinoma updates; Kaposi sarcoma updates; Skin cancer in skin of color patients; Skin cancer detection technology; Paraneoplastic diseases; Cutaneous metastases of internal tumors; Cutaneous side effects of chemotherapy agents; GVHD treatment updates; Phakomatoses (NF, TS); and Hereditary tumor syndromes with skin involvement (Gorlins, Lynch, XP, etc.).
📒Melanoma And Pigmented Lesions An Issue Of Dermatologic Clinics E Book ✍ Julie E. Russak
✏Melanoma and Pigmented Lesions An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics E Book Book Summary : Melanoma is one of the deadliest cancers and the number of incidences continues to rise in the United States. Early detection and treatment is key to long term survival. This issue covers a wealth of topics, including risk factors, effects of sunscreen on melanoma risk, prevention, biopsy, pathology, surgical approaches to malignant melanoma and new diagnostic aides.
📒Confocal Microscopy An Issue Of Dermatologic Clinics ✍ Jane M. Grant-Kels
✏Confocal Microscopy An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics Book Summary : This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Jane M. Grant-Kels, Giovanni Pellacani, and Caterina Longo, is devoted to Confocal Microscopy. Articles in this timely issue include: Basics of Confocal Microscopy and the Complexity of Diagnosing Skin Tumors: New Imaging Tools in Clinical Practice, Diagnostic Workflows, Cost-estimate and New Trends; Opening a Window Into Living Tissue: Histopathologic Features of Confocal Microscopic Findings in Skin Tumors; Addressing the Issue of Discriminating Nevi from Early Melanomas: Dues and Pitfalls; Melanoma Types and Melanoma Progression: The Different Faces; Lentigo Maligna, Macules of the Face and Lesions on Sun-damaged Skin: Confocal makes the Difference; Glowing in the dark: use of confocal microscopy in dark pigmented lesions; Enlightening the Pink: Use of Confocal Microscopy in Pink Lesions; Shining into the White: The Spectrum of Epithelial Tumors from Actinic Keratosis to SCC; Application of Wide-probe and Handy-probe for Skin Cancer Diagnosis: Pros and Cons; Confocal Microscopy for Special Sites and Special Uses; Confocal Algorithms for Inflammatory Skin Diseases and Hair Diseases; In Vivo and Ex Vivo Confocal Microscopy for Dermatologic and Mohs’ Surgeons; Telediagnosis with Confocal Microscopy: A Reality or a Dream?; “Well-aging": Early Detection of Skin Aging Signs; The Role of Confocal Microscopy in Clinical Trials for Treatment Monitoring; and Fluorescence (multiwave) Confocal Microscopy.
📒United States Skin Disease Needs Assessment An Issue Of Dermatologic Clinics E Book ✍ Robert P. Dellavalle
✏United States Skin Disease Needs Assessment An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics E Book Book Summary : This issue discusses the concerns of skin disease in the United States and the national clinical dermatology research priorities – the article topics also closely follow the plan set out by the recent dermatology needs assessment of the UK. Articles include Health Care Disparities, The Burden of Skin Disease in the United States, as well as specific conditions such as psoriasis, acne, and melanoma. There is also an article devoted to dermatologic surgery needs assessment.
📒Transgender Dermatology An Issue Of Dermatologic Clinics E Book ✍ Lauren Meshkov Bonati
✏Transgender Dermatology An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics E Book Book Summary : This issue of Dermatologic Clinics, guest edited by Drs. Lauren Meshkov Bonati and Jared Jagdeo, is devoted to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Dermatology. Articles in this timely issue include: Historical Perspective on the Dermatologic Care of Sexual and Gender Minority Populations; Healthcare Inequities and Resultant Morbidity in the Sexual and Gender Minority Population; Editorial: Transgender Patients' Experiences in Healthcare; Medical Dermatology and Multidisciplinary Care for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Patients; Skin Cancer and Risk Factors in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Population; Acne and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Teenager; Penile, Scrotal, and Anal Dermatitides in Male Sexual and Gender Minority Patients; What Every Dermatologist Should Know About PrE P; Where Do We Stand Now? A Survey of Physicians Involved in Gender Affirming Care; Androgenetic Alopecia in Gender Minority Patients; Minimally Invasive Procedures for Gender Affirmation; Surgical Facial Aesthetics for Gender Affirmation; Ways to Improve Sexual and Gender Minority Care in the Office and Institution; and How to Start a Resident Clinic for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Patients.
✏AutoImmune Blistering Disease Part I An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics E Book Book Summary : In the first volume of this two part issue devoted to Autoimmune Blistering Diseases (AIBD), diagnosis and clinical features of these diseases are covered by an internationally recognized group of authors. Topics include Pemphigus Vulgaris, Pemphigus Foliaceus, Linear IgA Bullous Disease, and Hair and Nail Loss in AIBD.
✏Autoimmune Blistering Diseases Part II An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics E Book Book Summary : Part II of Dr. Murrell’s issue devoted to Autoimmune Blistering Diseases focuses on the management of these conditions along with drug treatment, complications, and the treatment of AIBD around the world. Articles include corticosteroid use in AIBD, AIBD management in pregnancy, prevention of opportunistic infections, and therapeutic approaches to patients with mucous membrane pemphigoid, as well as AIBD management in France, Iran, the United States and other countries.
✏Quality of Life Issues in Dermatology An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics E Book Book Summary : This issue defines the concepts and outlines the concerns surrounding quality of life issues in dermatology. Articles review the concepts of general versus disease-specific measures and include Patient Preference QOL Measures, and Review of Children and Family QOL Measures. Disease specific QOL topics are also included, such as Melanoma, Acne, and Eczema.
📒Update In Dermatopathology An Issue Of Dermatologic Clinics E Book ✍ Tammie Ferringer
✏Update in Dermatopathology An Issue of Dermatologic Clinics E Book Book Summary : This issue covers the scope of dermatopathology, with articles including Advances in Molecular Diagnostics, Melanoma Staging, IHC in Dermatopathology, and New Directions in the field. The issue is rounded out with coverage of Dermatopathology Eduction and Dermatopathology and the Law.