This must-have clinical reference, by Drs. Amy S. Paller and Anthony J. Mancini, provides practical, authoritative guidance for identification and management of all types of skin disorders seen in children and adolescents. Hurwitz Clinical Pediatric Dermatology, 5th Edition, is ideal for pediatricians, dermatologists, family practitioners and anyone who sees children with skin disorders - no matter what level of experience you may have. Benefit from the knowledge and expertise of two leaders in the field, who provide a clearly written, consistent approach throughout the text. Stay on the cutting edge of whatas new in pediatric dermatology - from the neonate to the adolescent - with the latest drug developments and disease classifications. Recognize virtually any skin condition youare likely to see thanks to more than 1, 000 high-quality color images, including over 300 brand new to this edition. Find the most appropriate therapy options with updated evidence based guidance. Easily locate the information you need with more quick-reference boxes and summary tables throughout the text.Epidermal cyst (epidermoid cyst, epidermal inclusion cyst) is a discrete, slowgrowing nodule that may appear any time after puberty ... The term sebaceous cyst is an antiquated misnomer for this common tumor. ... usually multiple, often present during early childhood, and can occur in any location, although they tend to occur most often on the face, scalp, and extremities. ... Treatment consists of surgical excision with an attempt to remove the entire epithelial lining of the cyst in order to.
|Title||:||Hurwitz Clinical Pediatric Dermatology|
|Author||:||Amy S. Paller, Anthony J. Mancini|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2015-10-30|