Expertly distinguish viral diseases from other infectious or noninfectious diseases and choose the most effective treatment with this definitive Second Edition. The only existing text to address issues of skin manifestations of viral disease, Mucocutaneous Manifestations of Viral Diseases explores the diagnosis, treatment, and pathogenesis of viral diseases that infiltrate the skin and affiliated mucous membranes. Readers will find new information on: the new controversial HPV vaccines the latest laboratory finding diseases previously known only in developing countrie ocular and oral manifestations of viral diseas manifestations of prion infection common diseases (all variations of human herpes, hepatitis, pox, etc. rare diseases (Crimean-Congo virus, Junin, Dengue fever, etc.) Organized by specific disease, each chapter in this user-friendly text includes: a timeline of infection and pathogenesis of the diseas a brief taxonomy and history of the diseas tabular information to be used for quick reference by the physician color illustrations of epidermal and cellular manifestation methods of differential diagnosi disease incidence among gender and age groups by geographical regio specific antiviral and prophylaxis recommendations laboratory findings and lab tests used to confirm diagnosis and specific antiviral drugs and vaccines treatment/prophylaxis methodsTable 1.7 FDA-approved Anti-HPV Agents Generic name Trade name Interferon- Roferon A Intron A Alferon Imiquimod Aldara* *Approved ... Viral replication at nonepithelial sites can result in infrequent skin lesions secondary to EBV or CMV. ... This is the result of reactivation of HSV, which lies dormant in neuronal ganglia.
|Title||:||Mucocutaneous Manifestations of Viral Diseases|
|Author||:||Stephen Tyring, Angela Yen Moore, Omar Lupi|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2010-03-29|