Dermatologists who treat children face particular challenges. Their patients present in a variety of ways, and age and environmental factors affect both diagnosis and treatment. In this fully-illustrated handbook, the authors, experts in their field, address the full range of dermatological issues in pediatrics, including acne, diaper-area eruptions, drug reactions and other disorders and infections. The clinician will reach for this reference again and again, as it distills volumes of data into one, straightforward reference manual. General practitioners, pediatricians, and dermatologists, as well as trainees in these fields, can benefit from Handbook of Pediatric Dermatology.
The Newborn. Atopic and Other Dermatitis. Infections and Infestations. Napkin Area Eruptions and Erythemato-Squamous Disorders. Hair and Nails. Naevi and Nodules. Connective-Tissue Disorders. Vascular Disorders and Drug Eruptions. Genodermatoses.Bullous Diseases and Mastocytoses. Acne, Trauma, Light Eruptions, and Pigmentation Disorders.