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Paller and Mancini : Hurwitz clinical pediatric dermatology : a textbook of skin disorders of childhood and adolescence / Amy S. Paller, Anthony J. Mancini.

By: Paller, Amy [author.]Contributor(s): Mancini, Anthony J, 1964- [author.] | Hurwitz, Sidney, 1927 or 1928-1995. Clinical pediatric dermatologyMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: St. Louis, Missouri : Elsevier, [2022]Copyright date: ©2022Edition: 6th editionDescription: 1 online resource : illustrations (chiefly color)Content type: text | still image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780323549899; 0323549896; 9780323549882; 0323549888Other title: Hurwitz clinical pediatric dermatology | Clinical pediatric dermatologySubject(s): Pediatric dermatology | Skin -- Diseases | Children | Infants | Skin Diseases | Adolescent | Child | Infant | Dermatologie pédiatrique | Peau -- Maladies | Enfants | Nourrissons | children (people by age group) | infants | Pediatric dermatologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Hurwitz's clinical pediatric dermatology.NLM classification: WS 260 Online resources: ebook-ClinicalKey
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An overview of dermatologic diagnosis and procedures --- Configuration of lesions --- Distribution and morphologic patterns of common skin disorders --- Changes in skin color --- Racial variations in the skin and hair --- Procedures to aid in diagnosis --- Therapeutic procedures --- Cutaneous disorders of the newborn --- Neonatal skin --- Physiologic phenomena of the newborn --- Cephalohematoma --- Caput succedaneum --- Complications from fetal and neonatal diagnostic procedures --- Abnormalities of subcutaneous tissue --- Miscellaneous cutaneous disorders --- Developmental abnormalities of the newborn --- Congenital infections of the newborn --- Eczematous eruptions in childhood --- Atopic dermatitis --- Pityriasis alba --- Hyperimmunoglobulinemia E syndrome --- Wiskott–Aldrich syndrome --- Lichen simplex chronicus --- Seborrheic dermatitis --- Intertrigo --- Dyshidrotic eczema --- Juvenile plantar dermatosis --- Frictional lichenoid dermatitis --- Nummular dermatitis --- Winter eczema --- Lichen striatus --- Contact dermatitis --- Papulosquamous and related disorders --- Childhood psoriasis --- Reactive arthritis --- Pityriasis rubra pilaris --- Pityriasis lichenoides --- Pityriasis rosea --- Lichen planus --- Lichen nitidus --- Keratosis lichenoides chronica --- Hereditary disorders of cornification (the ichthyoses and palmoplantar keratodermas) --- Nonsyndromic forms of ichthyosis --- Syndromic forms of ichthyosis --- Treatment of nonsyndromic and syndromic ichthyoses --- Other disorders of differentiation --- Porokeratoses --- Palmoplantar keratodermas --- Hereditary disorders of the dermis --- Ehlers–Danlos syndrome --- Marfan syndrome --- Osteogenesis imperfecta --- Cutis laxa --- Pseudoxanthoma elasticum --- Elastosis perforans serpiginosa --- Focal dermal hypoplasia --- Laminopathies --- Restrictive dermopathy --- Werner syndrome --- Stiff skin syndrome --- Winchester syndrome --- Buschke–Ollendorff syndrome --- Lipoid proteinosis --- Infantile systemic hyalinosis and juvenile hyaline fibromatosis --- Disorders of hair and nails --- Hair --- Neonatal hair --- Tools for diagnosis of hair loss disorders --- Alopecias --- Eruptive vellus hair cysts --- Hypertrichosis and hirsutism --- Pigmentary changes of hair --- Nails --- Acne vulgaris and other disorders of the sebaceous and sweat glands --- Disorders of the sebaceous glands --- Disorders of the apocrine glands --- Disorders of the eccrine glands --- Cutaneous tumors and tumor syndromes --- Pigmented lesions --- Melanocytic nevi --- Tumors of the epidermis --- Tumors of the oral mucosa --- Tumors of the epidermal appendages --- Dermal tumors --- Fibromatoses --- Tumors of fat, muscles, and bone --- Miscellaneous --- Histiocytoses and malignant skin diseases --- Langerhans cell histiocytosis --- Juvenile Xanthogranuloma --- Xanthoma Disseminatum --- Benign Cephalic Histiocytosis --- Necrobiotic Xanthogranuloma --- Generalized Eruptive Histiocytoma --- Progressive nodular histiocytoma --- Multicentric reticulohistiocytosis --- Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis --- Sinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathy (Rosai–Dorfman disease) --- Cutaneous pseudolymphoma --- Leukemia cutis --- Lymphomatoid papulosis --- Lymphoma cutis --- Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma --- Neuroblastoma --- Rhabdomyosarcoma --- Disorders of pigmentation --- Disorders of abnormal pigmentation --- Disorders of hyperpigmentation --- Infantile hemangiomas, vascular malformations, and other vascular disorders of infancy and childhood --- Classification of vascular lesions --- Vascular tumors and tumor syndromes --- Vascular malformations and malformation syndromes --- Disorders of lymphatic vessels --- Disorders associated with vascular dilation or constriction --- Pigmented purpuric eruptions --- Purpura fulminans --- Gardner–Diamond syndrome --- Scurvy --- Bullous disorders of childhood --- Hereditary blistering disorders --- Bacterial, mycobacterial, and protozoal infections of the skin --- Bacterial infections --- Nontuberculous (“atypical”) mycobacterial infections --- Tuberculosis of the skin --- The tuberculid disorders --- Leprosy --- Anthrax --- Cat-scratch disease --- Disorders resulting from fungus-like bacteria --- Treponemal infections --- Protozoal disorders --- Viral diseases of the skin --- Herpes simplex virus infection --- Herpes zoster --- Viral-like disorders of the oral mucosa --- Warts --- Molluscum contagiosum --- Cowpox and pseudocowpox --- Orf --- Smallpox --- Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in children --- Exanthematous diseases of childhood --- Varicella (chickenpox) --- Rubeola (measles) --- Scarlet fever --- Rubella (German measles) --- Filatow–Dukes disease --- Erythema infectiosum --- Roseola infantum --- Other viral exanthems --- Exanthems associated with mycoplasma pneumoniae infection --- Rickettsial diseases --- Skin disorders caused by fungi --- Superficial fungal infections --- Candidiasis --- Deep fungal disorders --- Infestations, bites, and stings --- Arthropods --- Other cutaneous parasites --- Seabather’s eruption --- Jellyfish stings --- Photosensitivity and photoreactions --- Tanning and sunburn reactions --- Photodermatoses --- Photosensitivity induced by exogenous sources --- Genetic disorders associated with photosensitivity --- Pellagra --- The porphyrias --- Urticarias and other hypersensitivity disorders --- Allergic reactions --- Urticaria --- Contact urticaria --- Physical urticarias --- Anaphylaxis --- Angioedema --- C1 inhibitor–hereditary angioneurotic edema --- Scombroid and ciguatera fish poisoning --- Serum sickness and serum sickness–like reactions --- Exanthematous eruptions --- Drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms --- Stevens–Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis --- Reactive infectious mucocutaneous or mucosal-predominant eruption --- Fixed drug eruption --- Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis --- Erythema multiforme --- Annular erythemas --- Panniculitis --- Erythema nodosum --- Eccrine hidradenitis --- Cutaneous reactions to cold --- Cutaneous reactions to heat --- Sweet syndrome (acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis) --- Bowel-associated dermatosis-arthritis syndrome --- Hypereosinophilic syndrome --- Wells syndrome --- Pregnancy and pregnancy-related dermatoses --- Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis --- Vasculitic disorders --- Henoch–Schönlein (anaphylactoid) purpura --- Acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy --- Hypersensitivity vasculitis --- Urticarial vasculitis --- Cryoglobulinemic vasculitis --- Necrotizing vasculitis with granulomas --- Erythema elevatum diutinum --- Polyarteritis nodosa --- Kawasaki disease --- Key references --- References --- Collagen vascular disorders --- Juvenile idiopathic arthritis --- Systemic lupus erythematosus --- Cutaneous lupus erythematosus --- Nonspecific clinical manifestations of SLE --- Laboratory features in the diagnosis of SLE --- Drug-induced lupus erythematosus --- Prognosis and therapy for SLE --- Neonatal lupus erythematosus --- Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome --- Degos disease --- Juvenile dermatomyositis --- Systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) --- Eosinophilic fasciitis --- Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis --- Scleredema --- Morphea --- Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus --- Anetoderma --- Relapsing polychondritis --- Sjögren syndrome --- Mixed connective tissue disease --- Endocrine disorders and the skin --- Thyroid disorders --- Parathyroid disorders --- Disorders of the adrenal glands --- Disorders of androgen excess --- Gonadal dysgenesis/Turner syndrome --- Pituitary disorders --- Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Syndromes --- Autoimmune Polyglandular syndromes --- Mccune–Albright syndrome --- Disorders associated with diabetes mellitus --- Scleredema diabeticorum --- Glucagonoma syndrome --- Inborn errors of metabolism --- Phenylketonuria --- Disorders of tyrosine metabolism --- Cobalamin deficiency --- Homocystinuria --- Trimethylaminuria --- Wilson disease (Hepatolenticular degeneration) --- Lesch–Nyhan syndrome --- Dermatitis from nutritional abnormalities --- Disorders that resemble acrodermatitis enteropathica --- The hyperlipidemias --- The mucopolysaccharidoses --- Other storage disorders --- kin signs of other systemic diseases --- Primary immunodeficiency disorders --- Graft-Versus-Host Disease --- Anorexia nervosa and bulimia --- Autoinflammatory disorders --- Polygenic forms of autoinflammatory disorders --- Amicrobial pustulosis of the folds --- Behçet disease --- Sarcoidosis --- Other inflammasomopathies --- Inflammasomopathies with pyoderma gangrenosum --- CANDLE syndrome --- The ubiquitinopathies (relopathies) --- LUBAC component deficiency --- Abuse and factitial disorders --- Child abuse --- Factitial skin disorders --- Cutaneous mimickers of abuse and factitial disorders
Summary: Written by two leaders in the field of pediatric dermatology, this classic text provides both detailed content for the specialist and easily accessible information for the non-dermatologist and less experienced clinician. Paller and Mancini - Hurwitz Clinical Pediatric Dermatology, 6th Edition, comprehensively covers the full range of skin disorders in children, offering authoritative, practical guidance on diagnosis and treatment in a single volume. This award-winning, evidence-based text has been fully revised and updated, and is an essential resource for anyone who sees children with skin disorders. Features new content outline boxes for faster navigation, hundreds more clinical images, and authors' tips for the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric skin diseases. Contains updated, evidence-based guidance and the latest drug developments and disease classifications. Provides a careful balance of narrative text, useful tables, and 1,300 high-quality clinical photographs, helping you recognize virtually any skin condition you're likely to see. Includes a greatly expanded discussion of atopic dermatitis and psoriasis and new therapeutic approaches for treating genetic disorders and systemic diseases such as ichthyoses and rheumatologic disorders. Discusses new tests for subclassifying disease, such as the myositis-specific antibodies of juvenile dermatomyositis, genotyping, and immunophenotypes of inflammatory skin disorders. Contains new and updated tables on psoriasis co-morbidities, genetic syndrome classifications, acne therapies, pediatric histiocytoses, PHACE syndrome criteria, HSV therapies and juvenile dermatomyositis. Features updated sections on infections, exanthems, vascular disorders, dermatoses and genodermatoses. Discusses hot topics such as the use of stem cell and cell therapy, as well as recombinant protein, for treating epidermolysis bullosa; the resurgence of measles; congenital Zika virus infections; and much more. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
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Previous edition: Hurwitz clinical pediatric dermatology : a textbook of skin disorders of childhood and adolescence / Amy S. Paller, Anthony J. Mancini. Edinburgh : Elsevier, 2016. Fifth edition.

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An overview of dermatologic diagnosis and procedures --- Configuration of lesions --- Distribution and morphologic patterns of common skin disorders --- Changes in skin color --- Racial variations in the skin and hair --- Procedures to aid in diagnosis --- Therapeutic procedures --- Cutaneous disorders of the newborn --- Neonatal skin --- Physiologic phenomena of the newborn --- Cephalohematoma --- Caput succedaneum --- Complications from fetal and neonatal diagnostic procedures --- Abnormalities of subcutaneous tissue --- Miscellaneous cutaneous disorders --- Developmental abnormalities of the newborn --- Congenital infections of the newborn --- Eczematous eruptions in childhood --- Atopic dermatitis --- Pityriasis alba --- Hyperimmunoglobulinemia E syndrome --- Wiskott–Aldrich syndrome --- Lichen simplex chronicus --- Seborrheic dermatitis --- Intertrigo --- Dyshidrotic eczema --- Juvenile plantar dermatosis --- Frictional lichenoid dermatitis --- Nummular dermatitis --- Winter eczema --- Lichen striatus --- Contact dermatitis --- Papulosquamous and related disorders --- Childhood psoriasis --- Reactive arthritis --- Pityriasis rubra pilaris --- Pityriasis lichenoides --- Pityriasis rosea --- Lichen planus --- Lichen nitidus --- Keratosis lichenoides chronica --- Hereditary disorders of cornification (the ichthyoses and palmoplantar keratodermas) --- Nonsyndromic forms of ichthyosis --- Syndromic forms of ichthyosis --- Treatment of nonsyndromic and syndromic ichthyoses --- Other disorders of differentiation --- Porokeratoses --- Palmoplantar keratodermas --- Hereditary disorders of the dermis --- Ehlers–Danlos syndrome --- Marfan syndrome --- Osteogenesis imperfecta --- Cutis laxa --- Pseudoxanthoma elasticum --- Elastosis perforans serpiginosa --- Focal dermal hypoplasia --- Laminopathies --- Restrictive dermopathy --- Werner syndrome --- Stiff skin syndrome --- Winchester syndrome --- Buschke–Ollendorff syndrome --- Lipoid proteinosis --- Infantile systemic hyalinosis and juvenile hyaline fibromatosis --- Disorders of hair and nails --- Hair --- Neonatal hair --- Tools for diagnosis of hair loss disorders --- Alopecias --- Eruptive vellus hair cysts --- Hypertrichosis and hirsutism --- Pigmentary changes of hair --- Nails --- Acne vulgaris and other disorders of the sebaceous and sweat glands --- Disorders of the sebaceous glands --- Disorders of the apocrine glands --- Disorders of the eccrine glands --- Cutaneous tumors and tumor syndromes --- Pigmented lesions --- Melanocytic nevi --- Tumors of the epidermis --- Tumors of the oral mucosa --- Tumors of the epidermal appendages --- Dermal tumors --- Fibromatoses --- Tumors of fat, muscles, and bone --- Miscellaneous --- Histiocytoses and malignant skin diseases --- Langerhans cell histiocytosis --- Juvenile Xanthogranuloma --- Xanthoma Disseminatum --- Benign Cephalic Histiocytosis --- Necrobiotic Xanthogranuloma --- Generalized Eruptive Histiocytoma --- Progressive nodular histiocytoma --- Multicentric reticulohistiocytosis --- Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis --- Sinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathy (Rosai–Dorfman disease) --- Cutaneous pseudolymphoma --- Leukemia cutis --- Lymphomatoid papulosis --- Lymphoma cutis --- Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma --- Neuroblastoma --- Rhabdomyosarcoma --- Disorders of pigmentation --- Disorders of abnormal pigmentation --- Disorders of hyperpigmentation --- Infantile hemangiomas, vascular malformations, and other vascular disorders of infancy and childhood --- Classification of vascular lesions --- Vascular tumors and tumor syndromes --- Vascular malformations and malformation syndromes --- Disorders of lymphatic vessels --- Disorders associated with vascular dilation or constriction --- Pigmented purpuric eruptions --- Purpura fulminans --- Gardner–Diamond syndrome --- Scurvy --- Bullous disorders of childhood --- Hereditary blistering disorders --- Bacterial, mycobacterial, and protozoal infections of the skin --- Bacterial infections --- Nontuberculous (“atypical”) mycobacterial infections --- Tuberculosis of the skin --- The tuberculid disorders --- Leprosy --- Anthrax --- Cat-scratch disease --- Disorders resulting from fungus-like bacteria --- Treponemal infections --- Protozoal disorders --- Viral diseases of the skin --- Herpes simplex virus infection --- Herpes zoster --- Viral-like disorders of the oral mucosa --- Warts --- Molluscum contagiosum --- Cowpox and pseudocowpox --- Orf --- Smallpox --- Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in children --- Exanthematous diseases of childhood --- Varicella (chickenpox) --- Rubeola (measles) --- Scarlet fever --- Rubella (German measles) --- Filatow–Dukes disease --- Erythema infectiosum --- Roseola infantum --- Other viral exanthems --- Exanthems associated with mycoplasma pneumoniae infection --- Rickettsial diseases --- Skin disorders caused by fungi --- Superficial fungal infections --- Candidiasis --- Deep fungal disorders --- Infestations, bites, and stings --- Arthropods --- Other cutaneous parasites --- Seabather’s eruption --- Jellyfish stings --- Photosensitivity and photoreactions --- Tanning and sunburn reactions --- Photodermatoses --- Photosensitivity induced by exogenous sources --- Genetic disorders associated with photosensitivity --- Pellagra --- The porphyrias --- Urticarias and other hypersensitivity disorders --- Allergic reactions --- Urticaria --- Contact urticaria --- Physical urticarias --- Anaphylaxis --- Angioedema --- C1 inhibitor–hereditary angioneurotic edema --- Scombroid and ciguatera fish poisoning --- Serum sickness and serum sickness–like reactions --- Exanthematous eruptions --- Drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms --- Stevens–Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis --- Reactive infectious mucocutaneous or mucosal-predominant eruption --- Fixed drug eruption --- Acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis --- Erythema multiforme --- Annular erythemas --- Panniculitis --- Erythema nodosum --- Eccrine hidradenitis --- Cutaneous reactions to cold --- Cutaneous reactions to heat --- Sweet syndrome (acute febrile neutrophilic dermatosis) --- Bowel-associated dermatosis-arthritis syndrome --- Hypereosinophilic syndrome --- Wells syndrome --- Pregnancy and pregnancy-related dermatoses --- Autoimmune progesterone dermatitis --- Vasculitic disorders --- Henoch–Schönlein (anaphylactoid) purpura --- Acute hemorrhagic edema of infancy --- Hypersensitivity vasculitis --- Urticarial vasculitis --- Cryoglobulinemic vasculitis --- Necrotizing vasculitis with granulomas --- Erythema elevatum diutinum --- Polyarteritis nodosa --- Kawasaki disease --- Key references --- References --- Collagen vascular disorders --- Juvenile idiopathic arthritis --- Systemic lupus erythematosus --- Cutaneous lupus erythematosus --- Nonspecific clinical manifestations of SLE --- Laboratory features in the diagnosis of SLE --- Drug-induced lupus erythematosus --- Prognosis and therapy for SLE --- Neonatal lupus erythematosus --- Antiphospholipid antibody syndrome --- Degos disease --- Juvenile dermatomyositis --- Systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) --- Eosinophilic fasciitis --- Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis --- Scleredema --- Morphea --- Lichen sclerosus et atrophicus --- Anetoderma --- Relapsing polychondritis --- Sjögren syndrome --- Mixed connective tissue disease --- Endocrine disorders and the skin --- Thyroid disorders --- Parathyroid disorders --- Disorders of the adrenal glands --- Disorders of androgen excess --- Gonadal dysgenesis/Turner syndrome --- Pituitary disorders --- Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Syndromes --- Autoimmune Polyglandular syndromes --- Mccune–Albright syndrome --- Disorders associated with diabetes mellitus --- Scleredema diabeticorum --- Glucagonoma syndrome --- Inborn errors of metabolism --- Phenylketonuria --- Disorders of tyrosine metabolism --- Cobalamin deficiency --- Homocystinuria --- Trimethylaminuria --- Wilson disease (Hepatolenticular degeneration) --- Lesch–Nyhan syndrome --- Dermatitis from nutritional abnormalities --- Disorders that resemble acrodermatitis enteropathica --- The hyperlipidemias --- The mucopolysaccharidoses --- Other storage disorders --- kin signs of other systemic diseases --- Primary immunodeficiency disorders --- Graft-Versus-Host Disease --- Anorexia nervosa and bulimia --- Autoinflammatory disorders --- Polygenic forms of autoinflammatory disorders --- Amicrobial pustulosis of the folds --- Behçet disease --- Sarcoidosis --- Other inflammasomopathies --- Inflammasomopathies with pyoderma gangrenosum --- CANDLE syndrome --- The ubiquitinopathies (relopathies) --- LUBAC component deficiency --- Abuse and factitial disorders --- Child abuse --- Factitial skin disorders --- Cutaneous mimickers of abuse and factitial disorders

Written by two leaders in the field of pediatric dermatology, this classic text provides both detailed content for the specialist and easily accessible information for the non-dermatologist and less experienced clinician. Paller and Mancini - Hurwitz Clinical Pediatric Dermatology, 6th Edition, comprehensively covers the full range of skin disorders in children, offering authoritative, practical guidance on diagnosis and treatment in a single volume. This award-winning, evidence-based text has been fully revised and updated, and is an essential resource for anyone who sees children with skin disorders. Features new content outline boxes for faster navigation, hundreds more clinical images, and authors' tips for the diagnosis and treatment of pediatric skin diseases. Contains updated, evidence-based guidance and the latest drug developments and disease classifications. Provides a careful balance of narrative text, useful tables, and 1,300 high-quality clinical photographs, helping you recognize virtually any skin condition you're likely to see. Includes a greatly expanded discussion of atopic dermatitis and psoriasis and new therapeutic approaches for treating genetic disorders and systemic diseases such as ichthyoses and rheumatologic disorders. Discusses new tests for subclassifying disease, such as the myositis-specific antibodies of juvenile dermatomyositis, genotyping, and immunophenotypes of inflammatory skin disorders. Contains new and updated tables on psoriasis co-morbidities, genetic syndrome classifications, acne therapies, pediatric histiocytoses, PHACE syndrome criteria, HSV therapies and juvenile dermatomyositis. Features updated sections on infections, exanthems, vascular disorders, dermatoses and genodermatoses. Discusses hot topics such as the use of stem cell and cell therapy, as well as recombinant protein, for treating epidermolysis bullosa; the resurgence of measles; congenital Zika virus infections; and much more. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

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