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저자: 대한배뇨장애요실금학회 역
Gynecologic Dermatology: Symptoms, Signs and Clinical Management
저 자 : Gudula Kirtschig
역 자 :
출판사 : Jaypee
ISBN(13) : 9781909836013
발행일 : 201603 / 1판 / 284 페이지
상품코드 : 25454
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Vulval diseases are managed by dermatologists and by ObGyns and while expert referral centres do exist, the majority of
patients are treated by non-specialists. These conditions are relatively common (approximately 15% of a gynaecologist?
s caseload) and can be difficult to diagnose.
Gynecologic Dermatology is a practical, highly illustrated guide written with the needs of the general dermatologist or
gynaecologist in mind. The book begins with chapters on normal anatomy; history taking and examination of the vulva;
biopsy taking and general management options. Next, symptom-based chapters describe presenting problems such as
pruritus, broken skin and scarring, using flowcharts to help the physician work through to a diagnosis. Finally,
chapters devoted to key conditions (lichen sclerosus, lichen planus, etc) describe the pathogenesis, clinical
presentation, differential diagnosis and management of the disease in question.
Abundantly illustrated and written in a practical, clinically oriented style, Gynecologic Dermatology is an
indispensable reference for non-specialists that bridges the gap between dermatology and gynaecology.
뷨ymptom-based section reflects how patients present in real life and provides algorithms/flowcharts to help with
뷞ncludes second-line treatment options to help physician when standard treatment is unsuccessful
뷡avishly illustrated with over 500 photos, diagrams, tables and boxes
Consultant Dermatologist, Dept of Dermatology, Vrije Universiteit Medical Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Consultant Dermatologist, Oxford University Hospitals Trust, Oxford, UK
Table of Contents
1 Normal vulva
2 Normal histology of vulva and anogenital area
3 Vulvovaginal care
4 Taking a vulvar history and examination of the vulva
5 Scoring and recording of vulval disease
6 How to take a vulvar biopsy and what to expect from a histopathological examination
7 General treatment considerations
10 "Red skin"
11 "Broken skin"
12 "White skin"
13 "Pigmented skin"
15 "Swollen vulva"
16 Atopic eczema, lichen simplex and seborrheic dermatitis
17 Contact dermatitis, fixed drug eruption and immediate hypersensitivity reactions
18 Erythema multiforme majus, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis and graft-versus-host disease
19 Lichen sclerosus
20 Lichen planus
21 Plasma cell vulvitis
22 Vulvar psoriasis
23 Hidradenitis suppurativa
24 Granulomatous conditions of the vulva
25 Scleroderma, systemic lupus erythematosus and Sjögren syndrome
26 Autoimmune bullous diseases
27 Inherited bullous diseases
28 Vulval ulcers
29 Primary bacterial and fungal vulval and vulvovaginal infections
30 Viral diseases
31 Sexually transmitted diseases
32 Cysts and diseases of the glands
33 Solid benign tumours
34 Benign and malignant pigmented lesions of the vulva
35 Malignant and pre-malignant non-pigmented tumours
36 Extramammary Paget disease of the vulva
37 Vascular disease
39 Psychological and sexological aspects
40 Vulval cosmetic surgery
41 Vulval body art
42 Vulval disease in children