Bhutani’s Color Atlas of Dermatology is a concise atlas which covers various dermatological ailments. This fully revised sixth edition is comprised of 25 chapters, which highlight the treatment modalities available and the newer advances in the field of dermatology, as well as traditional knowledge.
A separate chapter on rare dermatological diseases is included, covering topics on reactive disorders, genodermatoses, pseudoepitheliomatous keratotic and micaceous balanitis of civatte, andpapulonecrotic tuberculide of the glans, to help improve diagnosis.
Other topics include pyodermas, fungal and viral infections, leprosy, disorders due to physical agents, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), HIV Infection and AIDS, and diseases caused by arthropods and parasites, with detailed diagnosis and treatment for each topic.
Bhutani’s Color Atlas of Dermatology also provides an overview of energy-based technology and the fundamentals of lasers surgery as a first-line treatment for several congenital and acquired dermatological conditions. It features discussion on various lasers, indications for use in dermatology, and their side effects and complications. This book is a comprehensive, highly illustrated and clinically relevant book for dermatologist interns and practising dermatologists.
- Sixth edition; fully revised and updated
- Covers new advances in the field of dermatology
- Over 550 full colour images and illustrations
Neena Khanna MD
Professor, Department of Dermatology and Venereology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
Chapter 1: Pyodermas Chapter 2: Fungal Infections Chapter 3: Viral Infections Chapter 4: Leprosy Chapter 5: Cutaneous Tuberculosis Chapter 6: Diseases Caused by Arthropods and Parasites Chapter 7: Dermatitis and Eczema Chapter 8: Abnormal Vascular Responses Chapter 9: Papulo-Squamous Disorders Chapter 10: Vesiculo-Bullous Dermatoses Chapter 11: Metabolic and Nutritional Dermatoses Chapter 12: Disorders of Skin Pigmentation Chapter 13: Connective Tissue Disorders Chapter 14: Disorders due to Physical agents Chapter 15: Diseases of the Skin Appendages Chapter 16: Genodermatoses Chapter 17: Nevoid Conditions Chapter 18: Cutaneous Tumors Chapter 19: Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Chapter 20: HIV Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome Chapter 21: Rare Dermatological Diseases Chapter 22: Therapeutics in Dermatology Chapter 23: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Photomedicine Chapter 24: Cosmetic Dermatology Chapter 25: Lasers in Dermatology