Homoeopathic Rapid Cure in Skin Disorder: Evidence Based Case Study

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Sep 022018
 

Homoeopathy has lot of scope in dealing with dermatological illness. Every case needs unique approaches to find out the similimum. Here I have illustrated my own clinical case study of different dermatological illness where I have used different methods of analysing technique in various angles to find out the correct similimum and I have applied the single remedy in minimum dose with rapid result. Here i have illustrated 10 cases of dermatological illness with complete homoeopathic case analysis and reportorial chart evaluation with evidence based photos.
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Atlas of Skin Disorders

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Sep 012018
 

This book was written to assist the dermatologists and practitioners in the management of rare and challenging skin disorders. It is the most valuable collection of such skin disorders from more than 274 outstanding contributors over 4 decades in China. In this book, a comprehensive coverage of about 387 conditions are illustrated by 1215 superb images, and each is introduced with an initial summary of clinical characters. This atlas incorporates a wide range of skin disorders from the mildest and common conditions to the most severe conditions. The objective of this book is to provide readers with a clinical reference, which can be easily approachable and possesses the necessary expertise to sharpen a dermatologist’s diagnostic and clinical acumen.

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Step by Step Treatment of Acne Scars

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Aug 272018
 

This book is a step by step guide to the management of scars caused by acne. Beginning with an introduction to the pathophysiology of acne scars, types of scars and prevention, the following chapters discuss different treatment methods, from more basic topical management to surgical procedures. Different types of scars and their management are covered in depth. Presented in an easy to read format, each topic begins with an `In a Nutshell’ box summarising the key points of the chapter. An introduction to the treatment, followed by pre-procedure assessment and preparation, performing the procedure, post-procedure care, and complications, follow. Each section ends with a conclusion and references for further reading. This practical book includes more than 200 clinical photographs, diagrams and tables to enhance learning. Key points Step by step guide to the management of acne scars Covers basic topical treatment and more advanced surgical procedures Easy to read layout with key points boxes at start of each chapter Includes more than 200 photographs, illustrations and tables
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Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology, 3rd Edition

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Aug 252018
 
Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology is the third edition of this highly illustrated and complete guide to an extensive range of paediatric skin conditions. The book is comprised of 21 chapters, which cover individual dermatological conditions, from eczema and dermatitis to acne, rosacea and urticaria (hives). Each condition is organised into epidemiology, clinical evaluations, treatment and management. This new edition provides the most up-to-date information on each disorder. New chapters on the structure of skin, morphology of skin lesions, infant skin care and sexually transmitted diseases have been added to this edition. The final chapter incorporates information on patient/parent education and counselling, an important aspect of paediatric dermatology practice. The highly organised format of the text accompanied by 1187 full colour images, including 450 illustrations new to this edition, make the Color Atlas and Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology an excellent visual reference for consultant paediatricians, dermatologists and students. Key Points Fully revised new edition 1187 full colour images including 450 new illustrations New chapters and up-to-date information Highly organised visual format Previous edition published 2009
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Dermatologic Surgery: Step by Step

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Aug 212018
 

This manual offers detailed, step-by-step guidance to dermatologic surgical procedures. The coverage provides three main sections – General Dermatologic Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Lasers and Miscellaneous topics – over 60 chapters with a concise templated format. Each chapter features five sections: pre-operative care, step by step surgical technique, post operative care and follow up, complications, and prevention and management of complications. Filled with clear descriptions and illustrations (5-10 per procedure), this manual provides physicians with updated and easy-to-read information for quick review and reference.
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Contact Urticaria Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management (Updates in Clinical Dermatology)

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Aug 202018
 

Contact urticaria is an immediate but transient localized swelling and redness that occurs on the skin after direct contact with an offending substance. It is caused by a variety of compounds, such as foods, preservatives, fragrances, plant and animal products, metals, and rubber latex and the mechanism by which these provoke an immediate urticarial rash at the area of contact can be divided into two categories: non-immunological contact urticaria and immunological (allergic) contact urticaria. Non-immunological contact urticaria typically causes mild localized reactions that clear within hours, e.g. stinging nettle rash. This type of urticaria occurs without prior exposure of a patient’s immune system to an allergen. Immunological contact urticaria occurs most commonly in atopic individuals (people who are prone to allergy). Hence prior exposure to an allergen is required for this type of contact urticaria to occur.

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Diagnosis of Aging Skin Diseases

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Aug 192018
 

A book that will be welcome to practising dermatologists everywhere, this fantastically useful new volume presents a visual encyclopedia of geriatric dermatoses that can be used by clinicians on rounds or in a reference environment. It provides a structured illustrated review of the various lesions encountered, which will make this an invaluable reference resource for all physicians dealing with older skin. It also places special emphasis on illnesses originating in other organ systems that are made manifest on the skin and often complicate the diagnostic and therapeutic picture. Robert Norman, of Tampa, Florida, USA, is an experienced geriatric dermatologist and has published several dermatology textbooks.
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A Practical Guide to Chemical Peels, Microdermabrasion & Topical Products

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Aug 102018
 

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A Practical Guide to Chemical Peels Microdermabrasion and Topical Products
This third volume in the Cosmetic Procedures series details a broad array of minimally invasive cosmetic skin procedures. Regardless of your experience level with aesthetic medicine, this reference delivers useful facts and procedural guidance readers can apply directly to daily practice. Content features step-by-step instructions for chemical peels and other in-office exfoliation treatments and daily home skin care regimens to treat sun-damaged and prematurely aged skin, acne, rosacea, and hyperpigmentation.
Detailed coverage  encompasses the basics of aesthetic medicine, including relevant anatomy, target regions, and areas to be avoided to help improve outcomes and minimize complication risks. Each chapter focuses on a skin care procedure or topical product regimen. Full-color design and illustrations boost understanding of each procedure and aid in retention of essential information. Step-by-step instructions guide readers through each procedure to rapidly acquire procedural skill. Convenient companion website includes videos that provide a surgeon’s-eye-view of the procedures.
Look at all you’ll discover…
• Detailed coverage encompasses the basics of aesthetic medicine, including relevant anatomy, target regions, and areas to be avoided to help improve outcomes and minimize complication risks.
• Well organized chapters focus on a skin care procedure or topical product regimen.
• Full-color design and illustrations boost understanding of each procedure and aid in retention of essential information.
• Step-by-step instructions guide you through each procedure to rapidly acquire procedural skill.
• Convenient companion website includes videos that give you a surgeon’s-eye-view of the procedures.
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Bioengineering of the Skin: Water and the Stratum Corneum, 2nd Edition

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Aug 082018
 

Bioengineering of the skin, or more precisely the biophysical assessment of skin physiology, is moving rapidly from a descriptive approach to a deeper understanding of biophysical and biochemical processes. This second edition of the popular text Bioengineering of the Skin: Water and Stratum Corneum reflects the progress in the field, focusing on the dramatically improved understanding of skin physiology. Specifically, it reviews the shift in our understanding of the stratum corneum from an inert surrounding sheet to a biologically active compartment.
The stratum corneum is the interface between the sometimes harsh environment and the internal turmoil of the human body. Based on a large number of recent publications, this book explains the mechanisms involved in stratum corneum barrier function and hydration. It reflects 10 years of progress not only of the non-invasive biophysical assessment of skin physiology parameter, but also of the perfection of the available devices. It brings all research on epidermal water and transepidermal water loss in health and disease up-to-date with the revision of existing chapters as well as added chapters from new contributors on hydration and itching. This edition also includes new guidelines on the standardization of measurements.
Bioengineering of the Skin will enhance communication within the research community and will be useful for scientists in the skin bioengineering field by presenting methods that offer reliable and reproducible approaches for product testing in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries, as well as for basic research.

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Dermatologic Immunity

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Aug 082018
 

The skin, being the largest organ of the body, is constantly attacked by a diverse array of pathogenic agents including bacteria, viruses and fungi; it also suffers from solar damage and wide fluctuations in temperature and humidity. In some individuals, the immune system, which normally offers protection against fatal external assaults, can malfunction and cause chronic inflammation in the absence of a known pathogen, resulting in a host of disorders categorized as autoimmune skin diseases. This volume contains a series of 19 review articles on a wide range of autoimmune disease processes in the skin. Featuring disorders of humoral as well as cellular immunity, it covers allergic contact dermatitis, toxic epidermal necrolysis, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, cutaneous lupus erythematosus, bullous pemphigoid, pemphigus foliaceus, lichen planus, vitiligo, scleroderma, alopecia areata and dermatomyositis. For these diseases, the latest insights into their etiology and pathophysiology as well as therapeutic strategies are presented by experts in the fields of dermatology, genetics, immunology and pathology. In addition, overviews of the skin as an active immune organ and of the immune privilege of the skin are included. Comprehensive and up-to-date, this book is recommended for basic and clinical researchers, allergists, immunologists, dermatologists, internists and anyone interested in autoimmunity.

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