Inpatient Dermatology [electronic resource] / edited by Misha Rosenbach, Karolyn A. Wanat, Robert G. Micheletti, Laura A. Taylor.

Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2018.
1 online resource (XX, 415 pages) : 435 illustrations in color.
1st ed. 2018.
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Inpatient Dermatology is a concise and portable resource that synthesizes the most essential material to help physicians with recognition, differential diagnosis, work-up, and treatment of dermatologic issues in the hospitalized patient. Complete with hundreds of clinical and pathologic images, this volume is both an inpatient dermatology atlas and a practical guide to day-one, initial work-up, and management plan for common and rare skin diseases that occur in the inpatient setting. Each chapter is a bulleted, easy-to-read reference that focuses on one specific inpatient dermatologic condition, with carefully curated clinical photographs and corresponding histopathologic images to aid readers in developing clinical-pathologic correlation for the dermatologic diseases encountered in the hospital. Before each subsection the editors share diagnostic pearls, explaining their approach to these challenging conditions. This book is structured to be useful to physicians, residents, and medical students. It spans dermatology, emergency medicine, internal medicine, infectious disease, and rheumatology. Inpatient Dermatology is the go-to guide for hospital-based skin diseases, making even the most complex inpatient dermatologic issues approachable and understandable for any clinician.  .
Part I. Introduction
1. General principle in approaching hospitalized patient with a dermatologic issue
Part II. General Medication Reactions
3. Drug hypersensitivity syndrome
4. Acute Generalized Exanthematous Pustulosis
5. Morbilliform Eruption
6. Urticarial drug eruptions
7. Serum-sickness-like reaction
8. Fixed Drug eruption
9. Drug-induced vasculitis
Part III. Oncodermatology
10. Sweet syndrome
11. Pyoderma gangrenosum
12. Toxic erythema of chemotherapy
13. Graft vs host disease
14. Grover's like reaction
15. Serpentine supravenous hyperpigmentation reaction
16. Miscellaneous chemotherapeutic reactions
Part IV. Infections/Infestations
17. Bacterial
18. Viral
19. Fungal
20. Ectoparasitic
Part V. Purpura
21. Vasculitis
22. Cholesterol Emboli
23. Endocarditis
24. Calciphylaxis
25. Vasculopathy
Part VI. Erythroderma
26. GVHD
27. Psoriasis
28. Medication reaction
29. Cutaneous T-cell lymphoma
30. Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris
31. Atopic derm
Part VII. Autoimmune/Inflammatory
32. Lupus
33. Dermato
34. Sclero/Crest
35. Autoimmune blistering
36. Sarcoid/Lofgren
37. Erythema Nodosum
Part VIII. Hospitalized-Related Lesions
38. Edema blisters
39. Stasis dermatitis
40. Miliaria
41. Intertrigo
42. Contact dermatitis
43. Steroid acne.
Rosenbach, Misha, editor., Editor,
Wanat, Karolyn A. editor., Editor,
Micheletti, Robert G. editor., Editor,
Taylor, Laura A. editor., Editor,
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