2 Clinical Variants of Psoriasis.
3 Histopathology of Psoriasis.
4 Pathogenesis of Psoriasis.
5 Conditions Associated with Psoriasis.
6 Drugs that Induce or Exacerbate Psoriasis.
7 Evaluation of Psoriasis Symptoms and Disability.
8 Scalp Psoriasis.
9 Nail Psoriasis.
10 Childhood Psoriasis.
13 Ultraviolet V Phototherapy and Coal Tar.
14 Psoralens and Photochemotherapy (PUVA).
17 Cyclosporine, Tacrolimus and Pimecrolimus.
18 Vitamin D3 and Analogues.
19 Antimetabolites anf Sulfasalazine.
20 Investigational Treatments for Psoriasis.
21 Psoriatic Arthritis.
22 Biologic Immunotherapy of Psoriasis
"Every dermatology unit should possess a copy of this book."
Dermatology in Practice, Nov 2000
"It is as comprehensive as one would expect in relevant chapters of major dermatology textbooks, with the added inclusion of practical therapeutic tips, check lists and detailed regimes.'
Australasian Journal of Dermatology, 1998
"Camisa's new edition of the Handbook of Psoriasis will be a very useful reference for doctors treating psoriasis patients. Camisa originally published a hardcover reference book on psoriasis in the early 1990s. This is the second edition of a handbook that is designed as a companion to that original book. However, it is a complete book in its own right and a comprehensive summary of current knowledge about psoriasis and treatment of this condition in dermatological medicine. All chapters are well cross-referenced with recent literature articles, useful for a dermatologist wishing to follow up a particular direction. The book has an updated review on all conventional therapies and a final chapter on the new biological agents. Such is the pace of development with these new therapies that this final chapter almost seems dated. The chapter, however, still contains an excellent summary of the differences and similarities between these remarkable and new potential treatments for psoriasis. This book is recommended as an inexpensive addition to a dermatologist's library, providing a well-researched update of recent literature on psoriasis."
Australasian Journal of Dermatology, Nov, 2005
* New authors broaden the scope
* Brand new drug therapies
* Recent advances in treatment of psoriasis