IADVL Color Atlas of Dermatology is a comprehensive, highly illustrated guide to dermatological disorders, from the most common to rare variants.
The book is divided into 47 chapters grouped into nineteen sections, according to the classification of disorders. Sections include keratinisation disorders, bullousdisorders, connective tissue disorders, infections and infestations, STDs and HIV, pigmentary disorders, disorders of vascular architecture, and skin tumours. Other sections include paediatric dermatology, drug reactions, and metabolic and nutritional disorders. The final chapter covers skin and systemic medicine.
Enhanced by nearly 1900 full colour images, IADVL Color Atlas of Dermatology is a valuable resource for both dermatologists and dermatology trainees.
- Highly illustrated guide to a wide range of dermatological disorders
- 19 sections covering various disorder types
- 1892 full colour images
Biju Vasudevan MD (Dermatology)
Associate Professor, INHS Asvini, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Manas Chatterjee MD DNB (DVL)
Senior Adviser, Professor and Head, Department of Dermatology, Command Hospital (Eastern Command), Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Section 1 Keratinization Disorders Chapter 1 Psoriasis Chapter 2 Ichthyosis Chapter 3 Palmoplantar Keratoderma Chapter 4 Darier’s Disease andAcrokeratosis Verruciformis Chapter 5 Porokeratosis Chapter 6 Follicular Keratinization Disorders Chapter 7 Miscellaneous Keratinization Disorders Section 2 BullousDisorders Chapter 8 Inherited Bullous Disorders Chapter 9 Autoimmune Bullous Disorders Section 3 Connective Tissue Disorders Chapter 10 Disorders of Connective Tissue Chapter 11 Autoimmune Connective Tissue Disorders Section 4 Pediatric Dermatology Chapter 12 Neonatal Dermatology Chapter 13 Genodermatoses Chapter 14 Nevi and Mosaicism Section 5 Infections and Infestations Chapter 15 Bacterial Infections Chapter 16 Fungal Infections Chapter 17 Viral Infections Chapter 18Mycobacterial Infections Chapter 19 Leprosy Chapter 20 Infestations Section 6 Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Chapter 21 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Chapter 22 Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Section 7 Eczema, Pruritus and Related Dermatoses Chapter 23 Eczema Chapter 24Urticaria and Mastocytosis Section 8 Photodermatoses Chapter 25 Photodermatoses Section 9 Lichen Planus and Lichenoid Disorders Chapter 26 Lichen Planus andLichenoid Disorders Section 10 Pigmentary Disorders Chapter 27 Hypopigmentary Disorders Chapter 28 Hyperpigmentary Disorders Section 11 Appendages andAdnexal Disorders Chapter 29 Disorders of Hair Chapter 30 Disorders of Nail Chapter 31 Disorders of Sebaceous, Eccrine and Apocrine Glands Section 12 Disorders of oral mucosa Chapter 32 Disorders of Oral Mucosa Section 13 Disorders of genitalia Chapter 33 Disorders of Male Genitalia Chapter 34 Disorders of Female Genitalia Section 14 Disorders of Vascular Architecture Chapter 35 Vascular Tumors, Malformations and Leg Ulcers Chapter 36 Lymphatic Disorders Chapter 37 Vasculitis Section 15 Drug Reactions Chapter 38 Drug Reactions Section 16 Skin Tumors Chapter 39 Benign Epidermal Proliferations Chapter 40 Paraneoplastic Conditions and in Situ Carcinomas Chapter 41 Malignant Skin Tumors Chapter 42 Appendageal Tumors Chapter 43 Soft Tissue Tumors and other Tumor-like Conditions Section 17 Sarcoidosisand necrobiotic disorders Chapter 44 Sarcoidosis and Necrobiotic Disorders Section 18 Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders Chapter 45 Metabolic Disorders Chapter 46 Nutritional Disorders Section 19 Skin and systemic medicine Chapter 47 Skin and Systemic Medicine