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Clinical Dermatology

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Clinical Dermatology


-:- Skin disease in perspective
-:- Skin disease in perspective: Causes
-:- Skin disease in perspective: Prevalence
-:- Skin disease in perspective: Impact
-:- The function and structure of the skin
-:- Skin Epidermis
-:- The dermo-epidermal junction
-:- Skin Dermis
-:- The skin immune system
-:- Some cellular components of the skin immune system
-:- Molecular components of the skin immune system
-:- Hypersensitivity reactions in the skin
-:- Diagnosis of skin disorders
-:- Diagnosis of skin disorders: Examination
-:- Special tools and techniques - Diagnosis of skin disorders
-:- Assessment - Diagnosis of skin disorders
-:- Side-room and office tests - Diagnosis of skin disorders
-:- Laboratory tests - Diagnosis of skin disorders
-:- Disorders of keratinization
-:- The ichthyoses - Disorders of keratinization
-:- Ichthyosis vulgaris
-:- X-linked recessive ichthyosis
-:- Collodion baby
-:- Lamellar ichthyosis and non-bullous ichthyosiform erythroderma
-:- Epidermolytic hyperkeratosis (bullous ichthyosiform erythroderma)
-:- Other ichthyosiform disorders
-:- Acquired ichthyosis
-:- Keratosis pilaris
-:- Keratosis follicularis (Darier’s disease)
-:- Keratoderma of the palms and soles
-:- Knuckle pads
-:- Callosities and corns
-:- Cause and pathogenesis of Psoriasis
-:- Psoriasis: Precipitating factors
-:- Psoriasis: Histology
-:- Psoriasis: Presentation
-:- Psoriasis: Complications
-:- Psoriasis: Differential diagnosis, Investigations
-:- Psoriasis: Treatment
-:- Psoriasis: Local treatments
-:- Psoriasis: Ultraviolet radiation treatments
-:- Psoriasis: Special situations treatments
-:- Psoriasis: Systemic treatment
-:- Psoriasis: Combination therapy treatment
-:- Pityriasis rosea
-:- Lichen planus
-:- Pityriasis rubra pilaris
-:- Parapsoriasis and premycotic eruption
-:- Pityriasis lichenoides
-:- Erythroderma/exfoliative dermatitis
-:- Eczema and dermatitis: Terminology
-:- Classification of eczema
-:- Eczema and dermatitis: Pathogenesis
-:- Eczema and dermatitis: Histology
-:- Eczema and dermatitis: Clinical appearance
-:- Eczema and dermatitis: Complications, Differential diagnosis
-:- Eczema and dermatitis: Investigations
-:- Irritant contact dermatitis
-:- Allergic contact dermatitis
-:- Occupational dermatitis
-:- Atopic eczema
-:- Seborrhoeic eczema
-:- Discoid (nummular) eczema
-:- Pompholyx
-:- Gravitational (stasis) eczema
-:- Asteatotic eczema
-:- Localized neurodermatitis (lichen simplex)
-:- Juvenile plantar dermatosis
-:- Urticaria (hives, ‘nettle-rash’)
-:- Erythema multiforme
-:- Erythema nodosum
-:- Leucocytoclastic
-:- Polyarteritis nodosa
-:- Wegener’s granulomatosis
-:- Bullous diseases
-:- Pemphigus
-:- Other causes of subcorneal and intraepidermal blistering
-:- Pemphigoid
-:- Pemphigoid gestationis (herpes gestationis)
-:- Cicatricial pemphigoid
-:- Linear IgA bullous disease
-:- Acquired epidermolysis bullosa
-:- Dermatitis herpetiformis
-:- Other causes of subepidermal blisters
-:- Toxic epidermal necrolysis (Lyell’s disease)
-:- Epidermolysis bullosa
-:- Connective tissue disorders
-:- Systemic lupus erythematosus
-:- Subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus
-:- Discoid lupus erythematosus
-:- Dermatomyositis
-:- Systemic sclerosis
-:- CREST syndrome
-:- Eosinophilic fasciitis
-:- Morphoea
-:- Lichen sclerosus
-:- Mixed connective tissue disease
-:- Other connective tissue diseases
-:- Disorders involving small blood vessels
-:- Arterial disease
-:- Deep vein thrombosis - Venous disease
-:- Thrombophlebitis - Venous disease
-:- Venous hypertension, the gravitational syndrome and venous leg ulceration
-:- Purpura - Venous disease
-:- Disorders of the lymphatics
-:- Sebaceous glands
-:- Acne
-:- Acne Treatment
-:- Rosacea
-:- Eccrine sweat glands
-:- Apocrine sweat glands
-:- The hair
-:- The hair: Classification
-:- The hair cycle
-:- Alopecia
-:- Alopecia areata
-:- Androgenetic alopecia (male-pattern baldness)
-:- Traction alopecia
-:- Patchy hair loss caused by skin disease
-:- Diffuse hair loss
-:- Rare genetic causes of hypotrichosis
-:- Hirsutism and hypertrichosis
-:- Hypertrichosis
-:- The nails
-:- The nails: Effects of trauma
-:- The nail in systemic disease
-:- Nail changes in the common dermatoses
-:- The nails Infections
-:- Some other nail abnormalities
-:- The mouth and genitals
-:- Lichen planus
-:- Candidiasis
-:- Contact stomatitis
-:- Bullous diseases
-:- Aphthae
-:- Some other oral lumps, bumps and colour changes
-:- Squamous cell carcinoma
-:- Vulvovaginitis
-:- Lichen sclerosus
-:- Vulval and scrotal pruritus
-:- Malignant conditions: Squamous cell carcinoma
-:- Bacterial infections: The resident flora of the skin
-:- Streptococcal infections
-:- Spirochaetal infections
-:- Other Bacterial infections
-:- Mycobacterial infections
-:- Other mycobacterial infections
-:- Viral infections: Viral warts
-:- Viral infections: Varicella (chickenpox)
-:- Viral infections: Herpes zoster
-:- Molluscum contagiosum
-:- Orf
-:- Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)
-:- Mucocutaneous lymph node syndrome (Kawasaki’s disease)
-:- Gianotti–Crosti syndrome
-:- Herpangina, Measles, Rubella, Erythema infectiosum
-:- Dermatophyte infections (ringworm) - Fungal infections
-:- Candidiasis - Fungal infections
-:- Pityriasis versicolor
-:- Deep fungal infections
-:- Insect bites - Arthropods
-:- Papular urticaria
-:- Bed bugs (Hemiptera) and Myiasis
-:- Lice infestations (pediculosis)
-:- Scabies
-:- Infestations of Parasitic worms
-:- Skin reactions to light
-:- Sunburn
-:- Phototoxicity
-:- Photoallergy
-:- Chronic actinic dermatitis (actinic reticuloid)
-:- Polymorphic light eruption
-:- Actinic prurigo
-:- Solar urticaria
-:- Lupus erythematosus
-:- Cutaneous ageing
-:- Normal skin colour
-:- Abnormal skin colours
-:- Decreased melanin pigmentation
-:- Disorders with increased pigmentation (hypermelanosis)
-:- Skin tumours: Prevention
-:- Benign
-:- Premalignant tumours
-:- Basal cell carcinoma (rodent ulcer)
-:- Squamous cell carcinoma
-:- Malignant melanoma
-:- Paget’s disease of the nipple
-:- Tumours of the dermis: Benign
-:- Tumours of the dermis: Malformations
-:- Tumours of the dermis: Haemangiomas
-:- Tumours of the dermis: Lymphangiomas
-:- Other benign dermal tumours
-:- Malignant: Kaposi’s sarcoma
-:- Lymphomas and leukaemias
-:- Dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans and Cutaneous metastases
-:- The skin and internal malignancy
-:- The skin and diabetes mellitus
-:- The skin in sarcoidosis
-:- The skin in liver disease
-:- The skin in renal disease
-:- The porphyrias
-:- Some metabolic disorders
-:- Generalized pruritus
-:- Pyoderma gangrenosum
-:- The skin changes of pregnancy
-:- The skin and the psyche
-:- Reactions to skin disease
-:- Dermatoses precipitated or perpetuated by emotional factors
-:- Other genetic disorders
-:- Non-Mendelian genetics
-:- Neurofibromatosis
-:- Tuberous sclerosis
-:- Xeroderma pigmentosum
-:- Incontinentia pigmenti
-:- Ehlers–Danlos syndrome
-:- Pseudoxanthoma elasticum
-:- Drug eruptions Mechanisms
-:- Drug eruptions Presentation: Some drugs and the reactions they can cause
-:- Some common reaction patterns and drugs which can cause them
-:- Drug eruptions Course and Differential diagnosis
-:- Drug eruptions Treatment
-:- Medical treatment
-:- Therapeutic options
-:- Topical treatment
-:- Systemic therapy
-:- Surgery - Physical forms of treatment
-:- Cryotherapy - Physical forms of treatment
-:- Radiotherapy - Physical forms of treatment
-:- Phototherapy - Physical forms of treatment
-:- Laser therapy - Physical forms of treatment