The third volume of Recent Advances in Dermatology has been fully revised to bring clinicians and trainees fully up to date with the latest advances in dermatology, with emphasis on etiology, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment.
Each chapter examines a different skin ailment - topics include alopecia, scabies, infant haemangiomas, chemical leukoderma and subcutaneous mycosis. A complete chapter is dedicated to non-venereal male genital lesions, often misdiagnosed as STDs. The final chapters discuss treatment methods including drugs and lasers.
Fully revised new volume bringing trainees and clinicians fully up to date with latest advances in dermatology
Covers numerous different skin ailments with emphasis on etiology, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment
Includes more than 120 clinical photographs, illustrations and tables
Previous volume published in 2007
Sanjay Ghosh MD Professor, Department of Dermatology, MGM Medical College and LSK Hospital, Kishanganj; Medical Director (Honorary), Institute of Allergic and Immunologic Skin Diseases, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Toll-like receptors: It's role in dermatology Pathogenesis and management of acne: Recent development Medical treatment of infantile hemangiomas Hand eczema: How to approach Alopecia areata: An update Pulse therapy Scabies: An update Management of urticaria: Present scenario Topical immunotherapy: role in dermatology Arsenicosis: Indian Perspective Post kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis: An update Subcutaneous mycosis: An overview Chemical leukoderma: An update Human papillomavirus and its role in the etiopathogenesis of mucocutaneousmalignancies Adverse cutaneous drug reactions to antiretroviral drugs Non-Venereal Male Genital Lesions: An Update Newer drugs in dermatology Lasers in skin of colour