This second edition of the Oxford Handbook of Medical Dermatology provides practical and accessible advice on how to reach a diagnosis or create a management plan when faced with patients with a range of skin conditions.
Giving concise and clear guidance on investigation and treatment, this Handbook helps doctors adopt a step-by-step approach at the bedside to make sense of skin problems by analysing clinical signs. Illustrated and in full colour, it covers skin physiology, an overview of common skin conditions, and skin problems commonly seen in a broad range of specialities, from rheumatology to psychiatry, as well as children and the elderly.
Now comprehensively updated with new clinical pictures, references, and extensively reworked chapters on skin in infancy and childhood, cutaneous reactions to drugs, skin tumours, and rheumatology. This second edition now includes a brand new chapter on skin and genetics, detailing this fast-growing and important area of dermatology, promoting good communication with a patient-centred and practical common-sense approach for trainees in dermatology, junior doctors, GPs, and medical
Susan Burge has longstanding interests in medical education and medical aspects of dermatology. Clinical interests: paediatric dermatology, psoriasis, rheumatological skin disease including cutaneous vasculitis, and cutaneous graft versus host disease. Previous roles: 1999-2002 Director of Clinical Studies, University of Oxford 2003-2008 Education Subcommittee, British Association of Dermatologists 2006-2007 President, British Association of Dermatologists 2009-2012 President (and founding member), British Society for Medical Dermatology Awards 2003 OBE awarded for Services to Dermatology 2009 Elected to International Honorary Membership of American Dermatological Association in recognition of achievements as leader in dermatology 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award. Awarded by Medical Sciences Division, University of Oxford in recognition of sustained commitment to education. Rubeta Matin has a clinical interest in skin disease in immunosuppressed individuals, cutaneous oncology, and oral dermatology. Previous additional roles: 2015 Associate Editor (Clinical Trials), British Journal of Dermatology 2012- 2014 Residents Editorial Board for European Journal of Dermatology (1st Trainee representative from the UK) 2011/2012 1st Neil Cox UK Dermatology Clinical Trials Network Specialist Registrar Fellowship (2011/2012) Awards: 2015 'Rising Star' Award in 23rd World Congress Dermatology, Vancouver, Canada 2013 Best Clinicopathological Paper British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) Prize, 93rd Annual BAD Meeting, Liverpool, UK 2012 THESIS (The Skin Investigation Society) Fellowship Award Awarded for best MD/PhD in 2-year period (THESIS/BAD society) 2012 British Society of Investigative Dermatology (BSID) Registrar's Prize for Best Oral Presentation, Annual BSID Meeting, Exeter, UK Dinny Wallis is a consultant rheumatologist, trained in Severn and Wessex Deaneries. She has a special interest in spondyloarthritis.