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Dermatoscopy

Dermatoscopy cover
E-ISBN 9783990305751
P-ISBN 9783708913858
Verlag facultas.wuv - Maudrich
Erscheinungstermin 30.08.2016
Seiten 393
Autor/en Harald Kittler, Cliff Rosendahl, Alan Cameron, Philipp Tschandl
Seitenpreis pro Teilnehmer Basic: 3.2 Cent / Comfort: 6.39 Cent

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BEGINN PDF 1‑4
Harald Kittler, Cliff Rosendahl, Alan Cameron, Philipp Tschandl Dermatoscopy PDF 4‑5
Impressum PDF 5‑7
Preface PDF 7‑8
Contents PDF 8‑10
1 General Principles PDF 10‑10
1.1 The Investigation Technique
PDF 10‑11
1.2 Indication and Benefits of Dermatoscop
PDF 11‑15
1.3 Diagnostic Accuracy
PDF 15‑16
1.4 Training
PDF 16‑17
1.5 Development of the Method
PDF 17‑28
2 Principalpigmented skin lesions relevant to dermatoscopy PDF 28‑28
2.1 Melanocytic lesions
PDF 28‑43
2.2 Non-melanocytic pigmented lesions
PDF 43‑54
3 Pattern Analysis – Basic Principles PDF 54‑54
3.1 Basic elements
PDF 54‑54
3.2 Basic patterns
PDF 54‑63
3.3 Colors
PDF 63‑66
3.4 Descriptions of pigmented lesions on the basis of patterns and colors
PDF 66‑67
3.5 Clues
PDF 67‑75
3.6 Characteristic features of pigmented non‑melanocytic lesions
PDF 75‑98
3.7 Characteristic features of melanocytic lesions
PDF 98‑126
4 Metaphoric dermatoscopic terms and what they mean PDF 126‑148
5 An algorithmic method for the diagnosis of pigmented lesions PDF 148‑148
5.1 One pattern
PDF 148‑172
5.2 More than one pattern
PDF 172‑191
5.3 Applying pattern analysis to clinical practice
PDF 191‑191
5.4 Chaos and Clues
PDF 191‑204
6 Non-pigmented (amelanotic) lesions PDF 204‑204
6.1 Clues used in the diagnosis of non-pigmented (amelanotic) lesions
PDF 204‑212
6.2 Vascular patterns
PDF 212‑213
6.3 Differential diagnosis of non-pigmented lesions
PDF 213‑236
7 Clues and Clichés PDF 236‑236
7.1 Clues
PDF 236‑244
7.2 Common Clichés
PDF 244‑254
8 Special situations PDF 254‑254
8.1 Nails
PDF 254‑261
8.2 Acral lesions
PDF 261‑270
8.3 The face
PDF 270‑281
8.4 Mucosal lesions
PDF 281‑281
8.5 Recurrent melanocytic lesions
PDF 281‑281
8.6 Difficult lesions
PDF 281‑287
8.7 Inflammatory skin diseases
PDF 287‑298
9 Digital Dermatoscopic Monitoring PDF 298‑299
9.1 Choice of lesions to monitor
PDF 299‑303
9.2 Interpretation of changes
PDF 303‑303
9.3 Growing nevus or melanoma?
PDF 303‑307
9.4 Benefits and Risks
PDF 307‑310
10 Cases PDF 310‑374
11 Dermatoscopic-dermatopathologic correlation PDF 374‑390
Index PDF 390‑393