By T. L. Diepgen, P. J. Coenraads (auth.), Prof. Lasse Kanerva M.D., Ph.D., Prof. Dr. med. Peter Elsner, Prof. Jan E. Wahlberg M.D., Ph.D., Prof. Howard I. Maibach M.D. (eds.)

Due to adjustments in smooth lifestyles, occupational dermatoses are expanding. This thoroughly revised and finished version offers the concise info wanted in facing sufferers within the box of occupational dermatology. It combines a hugely functional method of occupational dermatology with the abilities and examine adventure of experts in scientific and experimental dermatology. The spectrum of ailments coated during this ebook comprises: allergic and irritant dermatitis; touch urticaria; photodermatoses; infectious ailments; epidermis tumors; systematic reactions because of percutaneous absorption; predisposed illnesses and occupational dermis difficulties. the knowledge urgently wanted for day-by-day sufferer administration is supplied as quickly reference via concise tables, algorithms, and figures on how one can optimise the diagnostic strategies for top quality care. This e-book will turn out of serious curiosity to all who're excited about treating sufferers with occupational pores and skin ailments.

Show description

Read Online or Download Condensed Handbook of Occupational Dermatology PDF

Similar dermatology books

A beginners guide to Mathematica

Due to its huge command constitution and complex syntax, Mathematica may be tricky to benefit. Wolfram's Mathematica handbook, whereas definitely accomplished, is so huge and intricate that once attempting to examine the software program from scratch -- or locate solutions to precise questions -- you'll be able to be fast crushed.

Generalized Dermatitis in Clinical Practice

Administration of Generalized Dermatitis in scientific perform interprets the mechanisms of dermatitis from uncomplicated technological know-how proof to perform established concepts for scientific care. The position of allergic touch dermatitis in atopic dermatitis is explored intensive. fundamental care physicians, allergists, and dermatologists will benefit from the clean viewpoint that strikes past therapy with corticosteroids and gives diagnostic and healing algorithms for this advanced situation.

Aesthetic Mesotherapy and Injection Lipolysis in Clinical Practice

Mesotherapy - the microinjection of a mixture of traditional medicinal drugs and supplementations into the center layer of dermis - has an extended background in France given that its invention in 1952 and its formal popularity by way of nationwide clinical our bodies in 1986. Its merits for beauty and different scientific symptoms at the moment are more and more being well-known past Europe, and the thoughts are actually spreading in reputation through the remainder of the area.

Additional resources for Condensed Handbook of Occupational Dermatology

Example text

1969) and in patients with liver disease, due to redueed metabolism of the drug (Burton et al. 1974). The two main eauses of systemic side effeets are hypereorticism, leading to an iatrogenic Cushing's syndrome, and suppression of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (May et al. 1976). Sex Hormones Topical applieation of estrogen-eontaining preparations leads to resorption of these hormones and, therefore, to systemic estrogenic effeets. Beas et al. (l969) reported on seven ehildren with pseudopreeocious puberty due to an ointment eontaining estrogens.

1981). Gentamycin Topical application to large thermal injuries of the skin has caused ototoxic effects, ranging from mild to severe hearing loss (Dayal et al. 1974). Use of gentamycin ear drops may also be associated with ototoxic reactions (Mittelman 1972). Neomycin Iust as ototoxicity is a well-known hazard of parenteral neomycin administration, so has deafness been reported after local treatment, inc1uding skin infections and bums (Bamford and Iones 1978), application as an aerosol for inhalation, instillation into cavities (Masur et a1.

Saunders, Philadelphia, pp 1447-1451 Stoll D, King LJ (1980) Disulfiram-alcohol skin reaction to beer-containing shampoo. JAMA 244:2045 Ternberg J, Luce E (1968) Methemoglobinemia: a complication of the silver nitrate treatment of burns. Surgery 63:328 Thomas A, Gisburn M (1961) Exogenous ochronosis and myxoedema from resorcino!. Br J Dermatol 73:378 Truppman ES, Ellenby JD (1979) Major electrocardiographic changes during chemical face peeling. Plast Reconstr Surg 63:44-48 Von Weiss J, Lever W (1964) Percutaneous salicylic acid intoxication in psoriasis.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.53 of 5 – based on 5 votes