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Color Atlas of Dermoscopy

  • Author: Horacio Antonio Cabo
  • ISBN: 9789386056306
  • Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
  • Edition: 1st
  • Publication Date: January 1, 2017
  • Format: Hardback – 366 pages
  • Language: English


Dermoscopy is a non-invasive, widely used diagnostic tool that aids the diagnosis of skin lesions and is proven to increase the accuracy of melanoma diagnosis.

This colour atlas is a comprehensive guide to the diagnosis of skin lesions and melanomas using a dermoscope.

Beginning with an introduction to the use of the dermascope, the following chapters teach clinicians how to recognise dermoscopic criteria, colours and patterns, how to diagnose different types of lesions and calculate diagnostic algorithms.

The finals sections cover related topics including entomodermatoscopy, inflammatoscopy, trichoscopy and capilaroscopy. This highly useful resource is enhanced by more than 1000 clinical images and illustrations.

Key Features
  • Easy to read with an agile and modern design
  • Topics updated with the latest developments
  • Excellent images with multiple examples (around 1100 images)
  • Excellent-level international contributors
  • Recommended for both residents and most advanced dermatoscopists
  • An essential work in clinic-pigmented lesions
Table of Contents
  1. Why Use The Dermatoscope
  2. Structures, Patterns, Criteria And Colours
  3. Vascular Patterns
  4. Dermoscopy: A Two-Step Procedure
  5. Non Melanocytic Lesions
  6. Melanocytic Lesions
  7. Melanoma Simulators
  8. Combined Lesions
  9. Special Locations
  10. Diagnostic Algorithms
  11. Dermoscopy Follow-Up And Total Body Photography
  12. Revised Pattern Analysis
  13. Entomodermatoscopy
  14. Inflammatoscopy
  15. Tricoscopy
  16. Capilaroscopy
  17. Reflectance Confocal Microscopy In Vivo
  18. Chaos & Clues
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Weight1.410 kg

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