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With over full colour illustrations the new 5th edition of the bestselling ABC of Dermatology covers the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions for the. Note: the ABC of Dermatology PDF eBook is for search and reference only and cannot be printed. A printable Manual of dermatological therapeutics, 5th ed. ABC of Dermatology: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ABC of Dermatology 5th Edition. by Paul K. Buxton (Editor).

About this product Synopsis This new twentieth anniversary edition of the bestselling ABC book covers the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions for the non-dermatologist. ABC of Dermatology, Fifth Edition, covers the core knowledge on therapy, management and diagnosis of common conditions. It provides clear learning outcomes and summaries of the relevant pathological processes, diagnostic features and learning points, and includes a new chapter on the general principles of skin condition management for specialist nurses. With over full colour illustrations the new 5th edition of the bestselling ABC of Dermatology covers the diagnosis and treatment of skin conditions for the non-dermatologist. It sets out the main types of clinical change that occur in and on the skin, and relates this to specific skin conditions and underlying pathological changes. It then summarises the relevant pathological processes, diagnostic features and learning points. The types of treatment are clearly differentiated - between those suitable for the patient to obtain 'off the shelf', on prescription, and in specialist units.

J Am Acad Dermatol. Sharma S. Efficacy of fixed low dose isotretinoin 20 mg alternate days with topical clindamycin gel in moderately severe acne vulgaris. Sardana K. Dermatol Acne revisted arch. Leyden JT. Systemic therapy: Kligman AM. These are as follows: They are applied twice daily and cause mild dryness and erythema. Topical therapy alone is indicated for mild to moderate lesions. In moderately severe cases. Clindamycin and erythromycin are equally effective.

American Academy of Dermatology. Guidelines for care of acne vulgaris. Keratolytics like sulfur. ABC of dermatology: Treatment The treatment of acne vulgaris may consist of topical therapy. Tretinoin 0. Sehgal V. They should be applied on dried skin.

Br Med J. Retinoids and acne. Shalita AR. Garg VK. Erythema and peeling are the effects of therapy. The scales are yellow in color and greasy in consistency. On the trunk it involves the parasternal. Clinical Features It presents as inflammatory. In some cases. Both the sexes are affected. It tends to affect adolescents and adults. It is rare before puberty and reaches its peak between 18 and 40 years.

It is accompanied by episodic flushing. It may progress to erythema. Adult seborrheic dermatitis may begin as noninflammatory. The petaloid pattern is seen in men on the front of the chest and interscapular region. The pityriasiform type present as oval. It may extend beyond the frontal hairline. It clears spontaneously by 8 to 12 months. On the trunk. Severe pyogenic infections.

Rhinophyma may be an associated feature in men. Both sides of pinna.

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Otitis externa may be its accompaniment. It presents as seborrheic dermatitis which progresses to erythroderma. Acne neonatorum is another expression. The lesions resemble intertrigo and present. Telangiectasia may also develop. It may prove fatal. The neonate may also develop circumscribed. The flexural type of seborrheic dermatitis involves the axillae. The beard area may be affected and the lesions are similar to those found over the scalp. It is composed of desiccated sebum which is greyish white.

The lesions. Seborrheic dermatitis in the neonates may manifest as cradle cap. It begins as small. Psoriasis of the scalp may simulate seborrheic dermatitis. Seborrhea treatment Diseases Treatment Seborrheic dermatitis 1.

Crusted fissures may develop. Drug eruptions: Treatment Seborrheic dermatitis is responsive to topical steroids. Pityriasis rosea: Topical application of 10 percent sulfacetamide Albuceol. Table 3. Tar shampoo. Flexural ringworm and candidiasis: They can be excluded by microscopical examination of the scrapings from the advancing margin of the lesion for the fungus.

Sweating and secondary infection predispose to a weeping dermatitis. Seborrheic blepharitis 1. Pragmatar cream containing 3 percent salicylic acid. The lesions are oval. The scalp should be screened for the lice and the nits. Shuster S. The role of Pityrosporum ovale in seborrheic dermatitis. Semin Dermatol Leyden JJ. Farr PM. Geen CA. Bergbrant IM. Response of seborreic dermatitis of the face.

Seborrheic dermatitis. Faergemann J. There are the following two cardinal clinical components of the disease: Rhinophyma may develop. With time. Face and the buttocks are also affected often benign and restricted to blepharitis and conjunctivitis.

With time the intermittent episodes become long-lasting. The disease may be seen at any age in either sex. It usually runs a chronic course. Initially it is limited to lower half of the nose and then extends to involve the blush area of the face. The ocular lesions are Figure 4. It is severe in the males. Lesions may spread to involve the nose and malar areas.

It is characterized by discrete. Diagnosis The diagnosis is primarily clinical. Large telangiectatic vessels may be Table 4.

It presents as erythema. Exposure—withdrawal test is cardinal. Idicycline four times a day. Topical application of 1 percent of metronidazole. Topical application of 2. There is often a persistent erythema of the nasolabial folds. Periorificial dermatitis: It primarily affects young women. Decreases acneiform eruptions. Thromycin four times a day.

Rhinophyma may improve Supplements the parenteral therapy. Dry scaling may superimpose on these lesions.

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Seborrheic dermatitis: It is characterized by erythema. The drugs used and their mode of administration are displayed in Table 4.

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Hematoxylin and eosin stained section reveals the following: Systemic and topical therapy of rosacea Treatment Status 1. Topical application of 2 percent erythromycin Acnecin.

Metronidazole treatment in rosacea. Nielsen PG. Rhinophyma may be treated by surgical reduction. Wilkin JK. It is induced either in consequence to factors working from within systemic or from without extrinsic. In infants it usually appears about the third months of life. In the adult phase. Endogenous EczemaS Atopic dermatitis: It is a part component of atopic diathesis and is characterized by lowered threshold to pruritus.

The features are essentially of erythema. The lesion is erythematous with. Eczema may manifest either as acute dermatitis or with the features of chronic dermatitis.

At this time. In a high proportion of patients. The child is usually fair. Table 5. At times the eruption may become generalized. The latter is a slow.

Several of the patients of atopic dermatitis have atopic diathesis. The face. The lesions are erythematous and dry or mildly oozing. It is followed by stasis of blood on the dependent parts of the legs. Also the oxygenation of the part is impaired resulting in ulceration. Stasis dermatitis: It usually affects persons like teachers. In obese patients. Exogenous Eczemas Air-borne contact dermatitis: Nummular dermatitis: Air-borne contact dermatitis: On withdrawal from the environment.

It is usually evoked in B Figures 5. It has a centrocorporeal shower bath distribution with a predilection for scalp. The laborers. It is evident as pigmentation over the area. This predisposes to varicose veins with tortuous. Eventually the lesions may involute in months time. The particles tend to lodge in body folds. The dermatitis may remain localized as a few small. Over a period of time.

This acts as foreign substance and evokes eczematous response. It is the general name used to define the abnormal eczematous response to the stimulus of light. This is followed by eczematous response in the form of erythema. Office procedures. This is applied to an area exposed to light.

Infectious eczematoid dermatitis IED erythema. When the patient is withdrawn from sunlight and confined to a darkroom. Diagnosis The diagnosis of acute eczema is made by the presence of cardinal clinical features of A B Figures 5. On healing. J Indian Med Assoc Antihistamines Phenergan 10 to 25 mg thrice daily Practin 4 mg thrice daily. Jain S. Topical corticosteroids like betamethasone valerate Corticosteroid lotions Flucort Diplene applied twice or thrice daily. Topical corticosteroids.

Oral corticosteroids like decadron 0. Topical corticosteroids as creams Explain regarding the relapses Infantile: Hydrocortisone butyrate Locoid and remission. Bland compresses in exudative stage. In psoriasis the scales are typically shiny. In India. The patient may report with itching. Pre-existing skin dermatoses They may give rise to exfoliative dermatitis per se or it may be the result of treatment taken for these disorders. Itching is severe in airborne contact dermatitis. Systemic diseases IV.

The etiology of exfoliative dermatitis may show geographical and regional variations. In order of frequency. There is generalized exfoliation of scales which may be powdery.

Drug induced In Indian setting. Palms and soles are usually spared except in Norwegian scabies. Diagnosis The following investigations are undertaken in exfoliative dermatitis: A Air-borne contact dermatitis. B Generalized erythema. Treatment An endeavor should be made to clearly define the cause of exfoliative dermatitis.

Helwig EB. Abrahams I. Potassium chloride tsf thrice daily. A follow-up of 50 cases. Nicoles GD. A clinicopathologic study of cases. Systemic treatment and supportive measures Corticosteroids Adjuvants Other supportive measures Initiate treatment with Methotrexate may be 1. The patient should be hospitalized.

Care of the bowel and bladder. Bland emolients like vaseline. Sanders SL. High protein diet. J Am Acad Dermato Wilson HTH.

McGarthy JT. Maintenance of environmental temperature to prevent hypo and hyperthermia. Monitoring of the blood pressure daily. Dexamethasone Decadron in cases secondary to 4. Many a times. It may pursue a chronic course with varied morphology and localization. These are stress. The resulting defective cell-mediated immunity allows enhanced IgE production.

Intense pruritus being its hallmark. Alternatively or in addition. Various factors have been implicated for it. The initial event in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis is the release of mediators from the skin mast cells.

It passes through infantile.

These may. Remissions and relapses are cardinal. The atopic person has a predilection to produce reagin antibodies in abnormally large amounts.

This sets up a Figure 7. Infantile phase: The onset is usually in the third month of life. The child is fair. The eruption may become generalized. Three phases are recognized in atopic dermatitis. At this time it tends to localize in the flexural areas. The vascular abnormalities manifest as: There is a decreased antibody mediated cellular cytotoxicity and a decreased natural killer NK cell activity.

The course is marked by remissions and relapses. The skin is erythematous and dry with few papulovesicles and scant oozing Fig. Childhood phase: Itching leads to scratching. Atopic dermatitis vicious cycle. Superimposed infections such as verrucae vulgaris. The following Hanifin and Lobitz criteria help in the diagnosis. Adolescent and adult phase: The lesions are dry. The atopic subject may have stigmata and suffer from complications.

Diagnosis The diagnosis of atopic dermatitis is clinical. Must have each of the following: It colonizes the eczematous lesions of atopic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis: Atopic Dermatitis A 33 B Figures 7. A linear transverse fold below the edge of lower eyelids. Cataract may be an associated finding. Bilateral symmetrical The features are essentially of erythema. The opacities are unilateral in about half of the cases.

It is supplemented by eliciting a detailed history of atopic diathesis in self and other members of the family. Thinning of the lateral eyebrows. Hanifin JM. Tar compounds like 5 to 10 percent liquor carbonis detergens in hydrophilic ointment may be applied for lichenified dermatitis. Rajka G. Atopic dermatitis. Topical application of corticosteroids. Diagnostic features of atopic dermatitis. Initiate therapy with a potent corticosteroid applied twice a day: Clinical criteria.

J Allergy Clin Immunol In case of secondary infection. Acta Derm Venereol Stockh Ointments are preferable except in exudative lesions localized to flexural areas.

Massage oil on wet skin after bath to trap moisture. Mainstay and supportive therapy of atopic dermatitis Mainstay Supportive 1. Lobitz WC Jr. Newer concepts of atopic dermatitis. Pathophysiology and treatment of atopic dermatitis.

Ocular changes. Treatment The treatment of atopic dermatitis should be undertaken as shown in Table 7. Avoid excessive bathing and use a bland soap. Treatment with PUVA. Must have two or more of the following features: Roth HL. Essential Aspects of Atopic Dermatitis. For maintenance.

Springer-Verlag This predisposes to edema and the diapedesis of the red blood cells into the subcutaneous tissue. This is followed by the opening up of venous collateral circulation visible as tortuous superficial veins.

It may either be primary or secondary. The primary varicose veins are associated with a normal deep venous system. In either case the valves become incompetent. It is also termed as varicose or gravitational eczema. Varicose vein resulting in an ulcer. The fibrin molecules A B also escape into the interstitial Figures 8.

The return of the blood from the lower limbs to the heart is impeded and there is a high pressure leakage of blood into the superficial venous system.

Varicose veins are the dilated and tortuous veins Figs 8. This condition commonly affects the veins of the legs. Persistent obstruction of the deep veins. Leashes of dilated venules may form around it. If the varices fill very quickly by a column of blood from above. This is facilitated by performing the following tests. The ulcer if present.

The surrounding skin may get sclerosed. The eczema is characterized by erythema. It is vertically oval in shape Figs 8. Diagnosis It is clinical. This is responsible for the brownish pigmentation. The hemosiderin molecules are irritant and induce itching. Stasis ulcer may at times cause: The ankles may swell by evening.

There is brownish pigmentation localized usually to the medial side of the lower leg. The base may be red and granulating and the borders punched out. The patient also has itching and a desire to rub or scratch the lower leg.

This impaired oxygenation perpetuates the eczema and also predisposes to the formation of ulcer. Clinical features The patient usually complains of tiredness and aching in the lower leg.

This is employed to ascertain the status of deep veins. To test the communicating veins. Also small patches of atrophy atrophie blanche are occasionally seen in its vicinity. A tourniquet is tied around the upper part of the thigh. The aim is to locate the site of the incompetent superficial deep valves. The patient is first placed in the recumbent position and the veins are emptied by raising the limb and stroking the varicosed veins proximally.

The fibrin layer forms a pericapillary barrier and the edema hinder the diffusion of oxygen and other nutrients that are essential for the normal viability of the skin.

It is imperative to emphasize that the ulcer should be kept clean by bathing it with light pink solution of potassium permanganate. Schwartz test: In a prominent varicose vein. Whenever he is free he should keep his legs elevated during the day and also at night. Treatment Treatment of varicose veins is conservative. Burton JL. If the communicating and deep veins are normal. The latter is achieved by raising the foot off the bed.

An ulcer of varicose vein is quite chronic and should be treated in a similar manner as any other ulcers. Venous hypertension. In addition. Surgical intervention for varicose veins.

The test may be repeated by tying the tourniquet at different levels to find out the levels of the incompetent perforators. Stasis Dermatitis to prevent any reflux of the blood down the vein. The patient is advised to change the vocation and avoid long walks and standing. Clinical Features Acrodermatitis continua: It is a superficial.

It begins as a group of deep seated vesicles and pustules with moderate inflammation. Clinical improvement occurs after Figure 9. Peripheral extension occurs by the separation of stratum corneum and upper layers of epidermis. The disease process is very chronic. During the course. This is often responsible for precipitating and perpetuating the disease. Pustular psoriasis of the palms: It is a chronic. It is accompanied by moderate to marked itching.

Local trauma sustained during the household work initiates the disease. The pustules do not rupture but dry up. Relapses occur and local trauma and chemical irritants tend to perpetuate the disease. It may cause atrophy of the skin.

Pompholyx is an endogenous eczema. The infection may either be bacterial. Erythema is conspicuous by its absence. It develops as small. It is differentiated from acrodermatitis continua by its tendency to involve mid palm and spare the acral portion of the fingers. Moderate to severe itching may precede by the vesicular eruption.

Pompholyx Figure 9. In a mild case. Id eruption: Tinea interdigitale. Tinea mannum: It is the infection of the palms by the dermatophytes.

The palms and inner sides of the fingers are most markedly involved. The former is characterized by the eruption of multilocular blisters in cluster over the palms. Remissions and relapses are frequent.

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It may manifest either as the following: Eruption is sterile. Id eruption Eruption of small vesicles to Identification and recovery Treat the primary focus of infection. PUVA therapy. Topical application of a cortico steroid antibiotic combination. Psoriasiform changes. Surrounding epidermis 3.

Table 9. Many intramuscular or intralesional palms of erythema and scaling. Inflammatory infiltrate week bilaterally and symmetrically. Appropriate antibiotics after persistant. Recurrent and 2. Organism may be isolated from primary focus. Erythema and inflammation conspicuously absent. Upper dermal 3. Wet compresses using 1 in irritants are the precipitating inflammatory infiltrate.

Spongiform pustule in its equivalent corticosteroid affecting the acral portion of the stratum malphigii. In a majority of cases. The palms and the palmar aspect of fingers are the site of predilection. Psoriasiform changes conspicuously absent.

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Trauma and chemical 3. It presents as diffuse. The pustules dry up leaving pustule. A large intraepidermal. The synopsis of the diagnosis is shown in Table 9. Pustular Eruption of deep seated Histopathology reveals: Affects palms and sides of the fingers. Inj Kenacort 40 to 60 mg of the vesicopustules within areas unilocular pustule.

Clinical features. Clobetasol propionate 0. Epstein E. Hand Dermatitis Treatment The treatment of hand dermatitis may depend upon its morphological characteristic. Hand dermatitis: It is thickened. The sites of predilection are those that are subject to minor irritation and are easily accessible.

The occipital and nuchal area of the scalp are the predominant site in women. The plaque may be limited to a small. Initially the skin is red and slightly edematous. It may either be continuous or paroxysmal.

Surrounding the central plaque is a zone of lichenoid papules and beyond this. It evokes vigorous scratching and rubbing. It is uncommon in childhood and the peak incidence is between 30 and 50 years. The lesion resembles to the bark of a tree. Figure It is common in atopic dermatitis but may also be secondary to other dermatoses. The term lichen simplex chronicus is used when there is no known predisposing skin disorder.

Prurigo nodularis 43 Secondary lichenification may complicate various pruritic dermatoses. Scaling is often profuse and psoriasiform. Secondary bacterial infection frequently occurs. Ankles and lower leg may also be affected. Other areas of the scalp are less often affected and present as an area of scaling with twisted.

Lichen Simplex Chronicus area around the midline of the nape or may extend to some distance into the scalp. The extensor surface of the forearms. It develops on the lower legs in the presence of stasis dermatitis. The lesions of lichen simplex chronicus needs to be differentiated from the following: Lichen planus: The scales are lamellated and silvary white. It may also complicate asteatotic eczema. Histopathology is characteristic. Clin Pediatr Med Surg Jones RO.

They develop as persistent. It helps to relieve the pruritus. Topical and systemic treatment of lichen simplex chronicus Treatments Status 1. Topical application of a potent corticosteroids. He must be explained that abstaining from scratching would help the lesion to resolve.

Lichen simplex chronicus. Tranquilizers 5 mg of diazepam Calmpose at bed time It is the treatment of choice. Patients can thus abstain from scratching. Oral antihistamines a. Fluocinolone acetonide 0. Histopathology is diagnostic.

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Exel b. Primary Pyodermas Impetigo: The fluid then dries to form a thin crust. There is a slight erosion under it. Face and the extremities are the sites of predilection Fig. It begins as a small. They may affect any individual. The pustules rupture. Primary pyodermas arise in the normal skin. Hot and humid climate. The roof of the bulla collapses. Impetigo bullosa is caused by Staphylococcus aureus phage group II type The vesicle has a thin roof that ruptures.

Superficial folliculitis: The fluid inside the bulla is at first clear. The fluid oozing out dries to form a crust. Hair growth is not impaired.

Its morphological variants in the form of impetigo circinata. It is an infection of the hair follicle that may manifest either as superficial or deep folliculitis. It starts as a small dome-shaped pustule situated at the mouth of the hair follicle. They are fairly common in hot and humid season and account for bulk of dermatology outpatients.

It starts as a vesicle which enlarges to form bulla. Pyoderma may manifest as either primary or secondary pyoderma. A yellowish point forms at the summit of the nodule. Furuncles usually arise over hairy areas. Multiple dome-shaped papules situated at the mouth of hair follicle s Deep folliculitis: The infection extends deeply in and around the hair follicle. It remains tense for a day or two and subsequently softens. Ecthyma—shallow ulcer. Furuncle or a boil arises in relation to a hair follicle as a deep seated nodule.

The buttocks. Furuncle a deep seated nodule in and around the hair follicle. Erysipelas is a type of superficial cellulitis in which there is development of an edematous. Face and scalp are the favored sites for erysipelas. Pyodermas Carbuncle is a deep-necrotizing infection which involves several adjacent.

Healing occurs with scar 47 formation. Diabetes mellitus predisposes to carbuncles. Secondary Pyodermas Figure It affects children and lesions develop on the exposed. Cellulitis and erysipelas: Vesicles or bullae. The exudate seeps over the surrounding skin. Oozing and crusting appear. It is followed by formation of dry hard and firmly adherent crust. The borders are well-circumscribed and distinct.

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A shallow ulcer is revealed on removal of the heaped up crust Fig. In fact. The patient affected by carbuncle may be toxic and unless properly managed. Systemic toxicity may be its accompaniment. It drains through a number of sinuses usually hair follicles to the surface. Sycosis barbae: The patient may have constitutional symptoms in the form of fever. Infectious eczematoid dermatitis: This is followed by the appearance of erythema. Autoinoculation is its hallmark. The affected area is red.

Ceff four times a day for a requisite period. Diabetes should be monitored if present. It is required when: Betalactamase resistant penicillins. Table Treatment of pyodermas Clinical variant Treatments Impetigo contagiosa and bullosa Superficial folliculitis Furuncles Ecthyma Periporitis carbuncle Sycosis barbae Infectious eczemetoid dermatitis IED Erysipelas and cellulitis 8 to 10 lac units of procaine penicillin.

Admit the patient. Thromycin four times a day for a requisite period. Various topical antibiotics which may be used are as follows: Bacterial infections of the skin. Current aspects of bacterial infections of the skin. Feingold DS. Dermatol Clin Sadick NS. The patient presents with nocturnal itching. Acarus scabiei has four pairs of legs. Clinical Features Figure In recent years the management of inflammatory skin conditions has become both more effective and less demanding for the patient.

Major advances in treatment include more effective and safer phototherapy and the use of immunosuppressive drugs that enable inflammatory dermatoses to be managed without the need to attend for dressings or admission to hospital. This is just as well, since dermatology inpatient beds are no longer available in many hospitals. As a consequence, more dermatology patients are managed in the community with a greater role for the community nurse and general practitioner or family doctor.

Dermatology liaison nurses play a very important part in making sure that the patients are using their treatment effectively at home and in maintaining the link between the hospital department, the home situation, and the general practitioner. Self-help groups are a valuable resource of support for patients, and there is now much more information available to the public on the recognition and management of skin disease.

Progress has been made in increasing the awareness of the general public and the politicians who control the resources for health care of the importance of skin diseases. In countries with minimal medical services there are immense challenges— particularly the need for training medical workers in the community who can recognise and treat the most important conditions. This has a major impact on the suffering and disability from skin diseases.

All the chapters have been revised for this new edition and a number of new illustrations included. In addition, there is a chapter on dermatology in general practice.

Colleagues with special areas of expertise have been generous in giving advice and suggestions for this edition, which I trust will be a means of introducing the reader to a fascinating clinical discipline, covering all age groups and relevant to all areas of medicine.