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SOAP for Dermatology

SOAP for Dermatology

Rebecca Campen, Peter S. Uzelac (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-405-10462-3

Sep 2005, Wiley-Blackwell

176 pages

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$22.95

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Description

SOAP for Dermatology features over 60 clinical problems with each case presented in an easy to read 2-page layout. Each step presents information on how that case would likely be handled. Questions under each category teach the students important steps in clinical care.


Covering the problems most commonly encountered on the wards, the text uses the familiar "SOAP" note format to record important clinical information and guide patient care. Blackwell's new SOAP series is a unique resource that also provides a step-by-step guide to learning how to properly document patient care. SOAP format puts the emphasis back on the patient’s clinical problem not the diagnosis.


This series is a practical learning tool for proper clinical care, improving communication and accurate documentation. The books not only teach students what to do, but also help them understand why. Students will find these books a "must have" to keep in their white coat pockets for wards and clinics.

Disorders involving sebaceous glands.

1.Acne.

2.Rosacea/rhinophyma.

Scaling disorders.

3.Eczema/Atopic dermatitis.

4.Lichen simplex chronicus.

5.Seborrheic dermatitis.

6.Pityriasis rosea.

7.Pityriasis versicolor.

8.Psoriasis.

Fungal infections.

9.Tinea corporis.

10.onychomycosis.

Pustular disorders.

11.Intertrigo/candida.

12.Folliculitis.

Disorders involving sweat glands.

13.Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

14.Hidradenitis suppurativa.

Hair disorders.

15.Alopecia.

16.Hypertrichosis.

17.Hirsuitism.

Pigmentation disorders.

18.Vitiligo.

19.Hypopigmentation.

20.Hyperpigmentation.

Bullous disorders.

21.Pemphigus vulgaris.

22.Bullous pemphigoid.

23.Bullous impetigo.

24.Epidermolysis bullosa.

Disorders of connective tissue.

25.Scleroderma26.Scars/Hypertrophic scars/Keloid scars 27.Granuloma annulare.

Disorders of subcutaneous fat.

28.Panniculitis.

29.Erythema nodosum.

Disorders of the vasculature.

30.Stasis dermatitis.

31.Vasculitis.

Contact dermatitis.

32.Poison ivy.

33.Diaper rash.

Sun-induced disorders.

34.Actinic keratoses.

35.Phototoxic, photoallergic reactions.

Bacterial infections of the skin.

36.Impetigo.

37.Furuncles and Carbuncles.

Viral infections of the skin.

38.Warts.

39.Herpes simplex.

40.Varicella zoster.

41.Molluscum contagiosum.

Infestations.

42.Lice.

43.Scabies.

Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Disorders.

44.Syphilis.

45.Kawasaski’s.

Hypersensitivity reactions.

46.Pruritus.

47.Urticaria.

48.Erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, and toxic epidermal necrolysis.

49.Erythema nodosum.

Hypersensitivity disorders of pregnancy.

50.Puritic urticarial papules of pregnancy (PUPPP).

51.Herpes Gestationis.

Benign Growths.

52.Warts, seborrheic keratoses, and acrochordon.

53.Moles.

54.Keratoacanthomas and cutaneous horns.

Malignant Growths.

55.Melanoma, basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma.

56.Basal cell carcinoma.

57.Squamous cell carcinoma.

Vascular proliferations and malformations.

58.Hemangiomas.

59.Port wine stains.

Disorders of lymphocytes and leukocytes.

60.Lichen planus.

61.Leukemia cutis.

62.Cutaneous lymphoma.

63.Sweet’s syndrome.

Appendices

With a convenient two-page format, this pocket reference for medical students emphasizes patient care, covering the most common dermatologic diseases and conditions

Over 60 topics presented in an easy-to-read two-page format


  • Valuable clinical "pearls"

  • Abbreviation list and normal lab values

  • Coverage of most commonly encountered diseases and conditions

  • Convenient pocket-size for point-of-care reference