This is a concise yet thorough review of the diagnosis and treatment of many forms of psoriasis and covers current concepts in the ever-expanding field of psoriasis pathophysiology. Emerging concerns, such as systemic disease associations, quality of life, and psoriatic arthritis, are discussed, plus recent advances in basic science and clinical trial data.
The book will appeal to physicians with an interest in inflammatory skin diseases with systemic associations, including dermatologists in training and practice, candidates for post-registration qualifications, primary care physicians, emergency physicians, and senior medical students.
- The History of Psoriasis
- Pathogenesis: Histology, Genetics, and Immunology
- Clinical Manifestations of Psoriasis
- Differential Diagnosis
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- Effects on Quality of Life
- Psoriasis as a Systemic Disease