Acne and Rosacea: Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Treatment
Edición/Edição: 1ª Autores:David J. Goldberg Editorial:Manson Publishing ISBN: 9781840761504 Formato: Tapa Dura/Hardback Nº volumenes: 1 Páginas: 96 Año publicación/Ano de publicação: 2011 Disponibilidad/Disponibilidade: Inmediata Precio/Preço
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This book covers both the medical and cosmetic treatments of the common skin disorders Acne, rosacea and sebaceious hyperplasia, including all clinical aspects of the condition, aetiology, epidemiology, diagnostic challenges, and the latest theories on pathophysiology, current medical therapeutics and laser treatment. Full Details Acne, rosacea and sebaceious hyperplasia are very common skin problems that have a medical and cosmetic impact on the daily lives of millions of people. This book covers both the medical and cosmetic treatments of these skin disorders including all clinical aspects of the condition, aetiology, epidemiology, diagnostic challenges, and the latest theories on pathophysiology. This is followed by chapters dealing with current medical therapeutics and laser treatments available for each of the conditions. In the case of acne, a separate chapter is dedicated to the treatment of acne scarring, a common and frequently psychologically-marring consquence of this common disease. This book is of use to dermatologists in practice and training, to plastic surgeons, general physicians and to all healthcare personnel working in the administration of phototherapy and laser treatment for acne and rosacea. Contents Contents 1 Acne vulgaris - epidemiology and pathophysiology 2 Acne vulgaris - current medical therapeutics 3 Lasers and similar devices in the treatment of acne vulgaris 4 Treatment of acne scars 5 Rosacea - epidemiology and pathophysiology 6 Rosacea - current and medical therapeutics 7 Lasers and similar devices in the treatment of rosacea 8 Lasers and similar devices in the treatment of sebaceious hyperplasia Index.