Category Archives: Dermatology

Complications in Cosmetic Dermatology: Crafting Cures

This book discusses on the “Complications in Cosmetic Dermatology Crafting Cures”. Dermatosurgery is usually a safe surgical practice, however, complications do occur and are an important part of dermatosurgical practice. The book “Complications in Cosmetic Dermatology Crafting Cures” fills a void and occupies a niche. The book “Complications in Cosmetic Dermatology Crafting Cures” has included complications of all procedures—esthetic, surgical, and laser. It is a great guide to the beginner as well as the experienced. This book took over a year to complete and is unusual from other books on lasers and cosmetology. It guides aspiring dermatologists towards safe shores; errors of judgment made by authors early in their careers, mistakes by fellow professionals which ended up in our offices, and unpredictable outcomes that occurred despite best attention all features in this book. This book is comprised total 20 chapters. This book provides lucid and comprehensive understanding of complications in Q-switched laser, protocols and complications in fractional carbon dioxide in the management of facial scar, complications in erbium lasers, vascular lasers, complications of laser hair reduction, complications in intense pulsed light treatment, complications of hair restoration surgery, complications of fillers, complications of injectable botulinum toxin for cosmetic indications, complications of mesotherapy, complications in bipolar radiofrequency therapy, practical problems in chemical peels, adverse effects of dermabrasion and microdermabrasion, platelet-rich plasma, etc.

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Textbook of Lasers in Dermatology

The book focuses on the “Textbook of Lasers in Dermatology”. The book “Textbook of Lasers in Dermatology” has the intention of sharing with the Indian dermatologists, and with the entire world, a text which gathers the knowledge acquired and improved through time, and the successful ways of solving special situations. The book “Textbook of Lasers in Dermatology” has 38 chapters, with more than three hundred pages, that cover all aspects of laser treatment, starting with the basic aspects, and continuing with the different kinds of lasers and how they are adapted to dark skins. It is written by about sixty authors, all of them great experts in the laser world in a light and entertaining fashion, demonstrating the authors’ experiences with different aspects of this branch of dermatology. It provides us with a thorough review of this form of therapeutics. With very good and explicit illustrations, diagrams, and appropriate tables, they offer an extremely useful volume that will surely become a reference text. The high quality and academic authority of the authors are unquestionable, facts that back up their work.

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Dermatology at a Glance 1st Edition

Highly Commended at the BMA Medical Book Awards 2014

Pre-publication review:

“This was the first decent book I’ve seen that adds good clinical advice on assessing and managing a dermatology patient. It functions not only as a clinical reference, but as a genuine replacement for any missed experience on the dermatology ward.  […] this will be a valuable text to clinical medical students seeking greater exposure. One particular highlight is the clinical photos, very well done.”  Dermatology Year 3 Registrar

Following the familiar and easy-to-use at a Glance format, this brand new title provides a highly illustrated and accessible introduction to the structure and function of skin. It is the ideal guide for any medical student required to interview and examine patients, identify skin diseases, and develop a differential diagnosis and a treatment plan.

Each chapter covers the epidemiology and pathogenesis of the disease, as well as presentations likely to be encountered in both clinical practice and exams.

Dermatology at a Glance:

  • Is comprehensively illustrated throughout with over 300 high quality colour slides and photographs
  • Covers the key aspects of the British Association of Dermatologists core curriculum
  • Includes ‘Key points’ and ‘Warnings’
  • Features a self-assessment ‘picture quiz’ to help test learning and recognition, in preparation for dermatology tests
  • Includes a companion website at www.ataglanceseries.com/dermatology featuring self-assessment case studies, key point revision documents, and an image bank from the book.

The descriptive diagrams and photographs, coupled with clear explanations, will help all medical students and health professionals get to grips with the identification and treatment of all of the most common skin diseases.

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Cosmetic Microbiology 3rd Edition

This updated edition provides research scientists, microbiologists, process engineers, and plant managers with an authoritative resource on basic microbiology, manufacturing hygiene, and product preservation. It offers a contemporary global perspective on the dynamics affecting the industry, including concerns about preservatives, natural ingredients, small manufacturing, resistant microbes, and susceptible populations. Professional researchers in the cosmetic as well as the pharmaceutical industry will find this an indispensable textbook for in-house training that improves the delivery of information essential to the development and manufacturing of safe high-quality products

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Study of Clinical Cosmetology – 1 (A Hands-on Guide) 1st Edition

Study of Clinical Cosmetology 1: A Hands-on Guide is a concise and practical resource, covering the basics of cosmetology (aesthetic skin treatment) and common procedures. The first in the Study of Clinical Cosmetology series, A Hands-on Guide consists of fifteen chapters, covering common cosmetic problems and their management. The first chapter is an introduction to cosmetology, followed by a guide to skin types and their analysis, the structure of the skin and its function. Further chapters provide guidance on regaining healthier, younger looking skin without risks and side-effects, through microdermabrasion. Other techniques covered include ultrasound therapy, iontophoresis, electroporation, blue light therapy, blending of electrolysis and thermolysis and superpulse face-lift. The final chapters of the book cover the use of radiosurgery in cosmetology and feature useful information on the treatment of dark circles, stretch marks, and the use of sunscreen and sunblock. Illustrated throughout with full colour images, Study of Clinical Cosmetology: A Hands-on Guide is an excellent resource for cosmetologists, dermatologists, plastic surgeons, laser technicians, beauticians, residents and fellows in cosmetic dermatology. Key Points First in the Study of Clinical Cosmetology series Guidance on a range of cosmetology procedures across fifteen chapters Full colour images and illustrations throughout

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Nail Surgery (Series in Dermatological Treatment Book 7) 1st Edition

A comprehensive practical guide to all types of nail surgery, including some cosmetic procedures, this is a master-class for those wishing to perform nail surgery, with clear descriptions of each stage involved and of any complications and how to deal with them.

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A Manual of Dermatology 2nd Edition

A Manual of Dermatology is the latest edition of this comprehensive textbook, covering a broad range of dermatologic disorders, and authored by dermatology experts from the UK and Pakistan. Divided into 45 chapters, the book begins with the history of dermatology, analysis of the structure, function and development of the skin, and a chapter on patients presenting with skin disorders. Subsequent chapters cover all major skin diseases and groups of diseases, from bacterial, fungal and viral infections, to bullous disorders, disorders of pigmentation and tumours of the skin. Other topics include skin and sport, skin and psychiatry, dermatoses in men of different ages, burn injuries, and cutaneous drug reactions. This edition of A Manual of Dermatology has been extensively reviewed and updated, and is enhanced by 329 full colour images and illustrations, and an appendix of differential diagnosis which makes the book an ideal resource for dermatologists and general practitioners. Key Points New edition of this comprehensive textbook of all major dermatologic disordersInternational author team from the UK and Pakistan329 full colour images and illustrationsPrevious edition published 2013

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How to Cure a Skin Disease: Vitiligo 1st Edition

Vitiligo is a long-term condition that causes pale, white patches to develop on the skin due to lack of a chemical called melanin. It can affect any area of the skin, but most commonly occurs on skin exposed to the sun, such as the face, neck and hands (NHS Choices). This book is a concise guide to the treatment of vitiligo, with emphasis on the Modified Oral Mini-pulse regimen developed by the author. Beginning with an overview of the condition and general principles for treating skin diseases, the following chapters discuss treatment protocols for vitiligo, mistakes commonly made by clinicians, and also offers case histories. Key points Concise guide to the treatment of vitiligo Emphasis on Modified Oral Mini-pulse regimen developed by the author Presents various case histories Includes nearly 70 clinical photographs and tables

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Cosmetic Dermatology: Products and Procedures 2nd Edition

Back for a new edition, Zoe Draelos’ outstanding resource to cosmetic dermatology again provides a highly-illustrated, clinical guide to the full range of cosmetic skin treatments.

Bringing together experts from research, industry, surgery and practice, it is structured in four distinct parts for easy navigation by the busy clinician:

Basic Concepts – giving an overview of the physiology pertinent to cosmetic dermatology and the delivery systems by which treatments can take effect;
Hygiene Products – evaluating cleansing and moisturising products;
Adornment – looking at aesthetic techniques such as cosmetics, nail protheses and hair treatment;
Antiaging – ie, injectables, resurfacing and skin contouring techniques, and the rapidly growing area of Cosmeceuticals.

With over 300 high-quality images and key summary boxes throughout, this new edition incorporates the newest procedural innovations in this rapidly developing field. Perfect for all dermatologists, especially those specialising in cosmetic dermatology and whether hospital-based or in private practice, it provides the complete cosmetic regimen for your patients and will be an indispensable tool to consult over and over again.

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Reflectance Confocal Microscopy of Cutaneous Tumors: An Atlas with Clinical, Dermoscopic and Histological Correlations

With 1.4 million cases of skin cancer reported in the USA each year there is increasing emphasis on early and accurate diagnosis. In Vivo Reflectance Confocal Microscopy is the latest technology being developed to meet these needs: it allows optical sectioning of an area of skin without the need for physical sectioning and could thus be ideal for dermatologists wishing to examine detailed features of a skin lesion without troubling the patient for a biopsy specimen. It has further potential also, for dermatopathologists needing to determine the best location for a section and for dermatological surgeons needing to determine the margins of a lesion to be excised. This comprehensive full-colour atlas – the first available – sets out the potential of the technology and its possible applications for the clinical practitioners involved in the diagnosis and treatment of skin cancers.
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