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Rook’s Textbook of Dermatology – 4 Volume Set (9th Edition)

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  • Edited By: Christopher Griffiths, Jonathan Barker, Tanya O. Bleiker, Robert Chalmers, Daniel Creamer
  • ISBN: 9781118441190
  • Publisher: Wiley Publishing
  • Edition: 9th
  • Publication Date: April 4, 2016
  • Format: Hardback – 4696 pages
  • Language: English


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2017 PROSE Award Winner – Multivolume Reference/Science

The world’s number 1 dermatology information resource

Universally respected, Rook’s Textbook of Dermatology is the most comprehensive, definitive and best-illustrated reference work for dermatologists of all levels worldwide and has been at the forefront of international dermatology publishing since first appearing in 1968.

The Ninth Edition has been radically re-engineered to match the modern day challenges faced by dermatologists. Once again it has been published as a combined digital and print resource, but with a new online platform enabling easier and faster navigation.

A common structure to describe and discuss each disorder has been adopted throughout, whilst maintaining the depth of information for which Rook is renowned. A high priority has been placed on the ease of extracting key information quickly: diagnostic algorithms and management ladders help the reader choose appropriate treatment strategies. More images than ever – over 5000 in total – aid diagnosis by displaying variations in disease manifestations according to body location, skin type and severity. The section on aesthetic dermatology has been greatly expanded with more coverage of procedures in this rapidly developing field.

Rook’s Textbook of DermatologyNinth Edition provides you with:

  • The very best content from the number one brand in dermatology – an essential consultation tool for all dermatologists
  • An outstanding combined digital/print resource, exhaustively covering every dermatological disorder
  • A complete overhaul of its content – each disorder now follows a consistent templated approach
  • A fresh approach to the classification of disorders and organization of chapters, of which there are now 160 instead of 80, all organised into 14 logical sections
  • A newly designed sophisticated online platform with a fast and powerful digital search functionality – search by keyword, disorder or chapter or consult the online image database and get expert clinical advice more quickly than ever
  • Lavishly illustrated chapters with over 5000 colour images showing variation in disease patterns by body location, skin type and severity
  • Comprehensive coverage of medical, surgical and aesthetic dermatology, as well as the basic science underpinning the field
  • An experienced British editorial team working with distinguished international authors and associate editor
  • Greater emphasis than before on clinical studies/trials, society guidelines and the latest ICD codes
  • While key references remain in the printed version, thousands more are cited in the book and can be accessed online, where each is hyperlinked to the relevant text

Rook’s Textbook of DermatologyNinth Edition is the complete dermatology reference work. More comprehensive than ever, with more images, more disorders covered and faster, more dynamic and wider digital search functionality. It is an essential resource for the modern day dermatologist, whether experienced or at the beginning of a career in dermatology.

Table of Contents
  1. List of Associate Editors x
  2. List of Contributors xi
  3. Preface to the Ninth Edition xxi
  4. Preface to the First Edition xxii
  5. Volume 1
    1. Part 1 Foundations of Dermatology
      1. History of Dermatology 1.1 – Nick J. Levell
      2. Structure and Function of the Skin 2.1 – John A. McGrath and Jouni Uitto
      3. Histopathology of the Skin: General Principles 3.1 – Eduardo Calonje with a contribution from Balbir S. Bhogal (Immunofluorescence techniques)
      4. Diagnosis of Skin Disease 4.1 – Ian H. Coulson Emma C. Benton and Stephanie Ogden
      5. Epidemiology of Skin Disease 5.1 – Hywel C. Williams
      6. Health Economics and Skin Disease 6.1 – Matthias Augustin and Magdalene Krensel
      7. Genetics and the Skin 7.1 – John A. McGrath
      8. Inflammation Immunology and Allergy 8.1 – Martin Steinhoff
      9. Photobiology 9.1 – Antony R. Young
      10. Cutaneous Response to Injury and Wound Healing 10.1 – Edel A. O’Toole
      11. Psychological and Social Impact of Long-term Dermatological Conditions 11.1 – Christine Bundy and Lis Cordingley
      12. Adverse Immunological Reactions to Drugs 12.1 – Michael R. Ardern‐Jones
      13. Topical Drug Delivery 13.1 – Richard H. Guy
      14. Clinical Pharmacology 14.1 – Catherine H. Smith
    2. Part 2 Management
      1. Principles of Holistic Management of Skin Disease 15.1 – Sam Gibbs
      2. Principles of Measurement and Assessment in Dermatology 16.1 – Andrew Y. Finlay
      3. Principles of Evidence‐based Dermatology 17.1 – Michael Bigby and Hywel C. Williams
      4. Principles of Topical Therapy 18.1 – John Berth‐Jones
      5. Principles of Systemic Therapy 19.1 – Michael J. Tidman and Catherine H. Smith
      6. Principles of Skin Surgery 20.1 – S. Walayat Hussain Richard J. Motley and Timothy S. Wang
      7. Principles of Phototherapy 21.1 – Kevin McKenna and Sally Ibbotson
      8. Principles of Photodynamic Therapy 22.1 – Sally Ibbotson and Kevin McKenna
      9. Principles of Cutaneous Laser Therapy 23.1 – Vishal Madan and Richard J. Barlow
      10. Principles of Radiotherapy 24.1 – Charles G. Kelly and John Frew
    3. Part 3 Infections and Infestations
      1. Viral Infections 25.1 – Jane C. Sterling
      2. Bacterial Infections 26.1 – Roderick J. Hay and Rachael Morris‐Jones
      3. Mycobacterial Infections 27.1 – Victoria M. Yates and Stephen L. Walker
      4. Leprosy 28.1 – Diana N. J. Lockwood
      5. Introduction to Chapters 29 and 30: Global Overview of Sexually Transmitted Infections 29.1 – George R. Kinghorn and Rasha Omer
      6. Syphilis and Congenital Syphilis 29.3 – George R. Kinghorn and Rasha Omer
      7. Other Sexually Transmitted Bacterial Diseases 30.1 – George R. Kinghorn Aparna Briggs and Nadi K. Gupta
      8. HIV and the Skin 31.1 – Christopher B. Bunker and Vincent Piguet
      9. Fungal Infections 32.1 – Roderick J. Hay and H. Ruth Ashbee
      10. Parasitic Diseases 33.1 – Christopher Downing and Stephen Tyring
      11. Arthropods 34.1 – Gentiane Monsel Pascal Delaunay and Olivier Chosidow
    4. Index
  6. Volume 2
    1. Part 4 Inflammatory Dermatoses
      1. Psoriasis and Related Disorders 35.1 – A. David Burden and Brian Kirby
      2. Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris 36.1 – Anthony C. Chu
      3. Lichen Planus and Lichenoid Disorders 37.1 – Vincent Piguet Stephen M. Breathnach and Laurence Le Cleach
      4. Graft‐versus‐host Disease 38.1 – Tanya N. Basu
      5. Eczematous Disorders 39.1 – John R. Ingram
      6. Seborrhoeic Dermatitis 40.1 – Sarah Wakelin
      7. Atopic Eczema 41.1 – Michael R. Ardern‐Jones Carsten Flohr Nick J. Reynolds and Colin A. Holden
      8. Urticaria 42.1 – Clive E. H. Grattan and Alexander M. Marsland
      9. Recurrent Angio‐oedema without Weals 43.1 – Clive E. H. Grattan and Marcus Maurer
      10. Urticarial Vasculitis 44.1 – Elena Borzova and Clive E. H. Grattan
      11. Autoinflammatory Diseases Presenting in the Skin 45.1 – Dan Lipsker Clive E. H. Grattan and Christopher R. Lovell
      12. Mastocytosis 46.1 – Clive E. H. Grattan and Deepti H. Radia
      13. Reactive Inflammatory Erythemas 47.1 – Malcolm Rustin and Rino Cerio
      14. Adamantiades–Behçet Disease 48.1 – Christos C. Zouboulis
      15. Neutrophilic Dermatoses 49.1 – Anthony D. Ormerod and Philip J. Hampton
      16. Immunobullous Diseases 50.1 – Enno Schmidt and Richard Groves
      17. Lupus Erythematosus 51.1 – Mark Goodfield Jan Dutz and Collette McCourt
      18. Antiphospholipid Syndrome 52.1 – Mark Goodfield and Shyamal Wahie
      19. Dermatomyositis 53.1 – Patrick Gordon and Daniel Creamer
      20. Mixed Connective Tissue Disease 54.1 – Mark Goodfield
      21. Dermatological Manifestations of Rheumatoid Disease 55.1 – Mark Goodfield
      22. Systemic Sclerosis 56.1 – Catherine H. Orteu and Christopher P. Denton
      23. Morphoea and Allied Scarring and Sclerosing Inflammatory Dermatoses 57.1 – Catherine H. Orteu
    2. Part 5 Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders Affecting the Skin
      1. Cutaneous Amyloidoses 58.1 – Stephan Schreml
      2. Cutaneous Mucinoses 59.1 – Franco Rongioletti
      3. Cutaneous Porphyrias 60.1 – Robert P. E. Sarkany
      4. Calcification of the Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue 61.1 – Johnny Bourke
      5. Xanthomas and Abnormalities of Lipid Metabolism and Storage 62.1 – Paul D. Flynn
      6. Nutritional Disorders Affecting the Skin 63.1 – Derek H. Chu Melinda V. Jen and Albert C. Yan
      7. Skin Disorders in Diabetes Mellitus 64.1 – Johnny Bourke
    3. Part 6 Genetic Disorders Involving the Skin
      1. Inherited Disorders of Cornification 65.1 – Vinzenz Oji Dieter Metze and Heiko Traupe
      2. Inherited Acantholytic Disorders 66.1 – Mozheh Zamiri and Colin S. Munro
      3. Ectodermal Dysplasias 67.1 – Peter Itin
      4. Inherited Hair Disorders 68.1 – Eli Sprecher
      5. Genetic Defects of Nails and Nail Growth 69.1 – Adam Rubin and Amy S. Paller
      6. Genetic Disorders of Pigmentation 70.1 – Alain Taïeb Fanny Morice‐Picard and Khaled Ezzedine
      7. Genetic Blistering Diseases 71.1 – John A. McGrath
      8. Genetic Disorders of Collagen Elastin and Dermal Matrix 72.1 – Nigel Burrows
      9. Disorders Affecting Cutaneous Vasculature 73.1 – Anne Dompmartin Nicole Revencu Laurence M. Boon and Miikka Vikkula
      10. Genetic Disorders of Adipose Tissue 74.1 – George W. M. Millington
      11. Congenital Naevi and Other Developmental Abnormalities Affecting the Skin 75.1 – Veronica A. Kinsler and Neil J. Sebire
      12. Chromosomal Disorders 76.1 – Alan D. Irvine and Jemima E. Mellerio
      13. Poikiloderma Syndromes 77.1 – Alan D. Irvine and Jemima E. Mellerio
      14. DNA Repair Disorders with Cutaneous Features 78.1 – Hiva Fassihi
      15. Syndromes with Premature Ageing 79.1 – Alan D. Irvine and Jemima E. Mellerio
      16. Hamartoneoplastic Syndromes 80.1 – Alan D. Irvine and Jemima E. Mellerio
      17. Inherited Metabolic Diseases 81.1 – Andrew Morris
      18. Inherited Immunodeficiency 82.1 – Tim Niehues and Andrew R. Gennery
    4. Part 7 Psychological Sensory and Neurological Disorders and the Skin
      1. Pruritus Prurigo and Lichen Simplex 83.1 – Sonja Ständer and Malcolm Greaves
      2. Mucocutaneous Pain Syndromes 84.1 – Joanna M. Zakrzewska and Anthony Bewley
      3. Neurological Conditions Affecting the Skin 85.1 – David J. Eedy
      4. Psychodermatology and Psychocutaneous Disease 86.1 – Anthony Bewley and Ruth E. Taylor
    5. Index
  7. Volume 3
    1. Part 8 Skin Disorders Associated with Specific Cutaneous Structures
      1. Acquired Disorders of Epidermal Keratinization 87.1 – Anthony C. Chu and Fernanda Teixeira
      2. Acquired Pigmentary Disorders 88.1 – Nanja van Geel and Reinhart Speeckaert
      3. Acquired Disorders of Hair 89.1 – Andrew G. Messenger Rodney D. Sinclair Paul Farrant and David A. R. de Berker
      4. Acne 90.1 – Alison M. Layton E. Anne Eady and Christos C. Zouboulis
      5. Rosacea 91.1 – Frank C. Powell
      6. Hidradenitis Suppurativa 92.1 – Nemesha Desai Hessel H. van der Zee and Gregor B. E. Jemec
      7. Other Acquired Disorders of the Pilosebaceous Unit 93.1 – Roderick J. Hay Rachael Morris‐Jones and Gregor B. E. Jemec
      8. Disorders of the Sweat Glands 94.1 – Ian H. Coulson and Niall J. E. Wilson
      9. Acquired Disorders of the Nails and Nail Unit 95.1 – David A. R. de Berker Bertrand Richert and Robert Baran
      10. Acquired Disorders of Dermal Connective Tissue 96.1 – Christopher R. Lovell
      11. Granulomatous Disorders of the Skin 97.1 – Johnny Bourke
      12. Sarcoidosis 98.1 – Joaquim Marcoval and Juan Mañá
      13. Panniculitis 99.1 – Luis Requena
      14. Other Acquired Disorders of Subcutaneous Fat 100.1 – Amy Y.‐Y. Chen and Amit Garg
    2. Part 9 Vascular Disorders Involving the Skin
      1. Purpura 101.1 – Tabi A. Leslie
      2. Cutaneous Vasculitis 102.1 – Nick J. Levell and Chetan Mukhtyar
      3. Dermatoses Resulting from Disorders of the Veins and Arteries 103.1 – Portia C. Goldsmith
      4. Ulceration Resulting from Disorders of the Veins and Arteries 104.1 – Jürg Hafner
      5. Disorders of the Lymphatic Vessels 105.1 – Peter S. Mortimer and Kristiana Gordon
      6. Flushing and Blushing 106.1 – Síona Ní Raghallaigh and Frank C. Powell
    3. Part 10 Skin Disorders Associated with Specific Sites Sex and Age
      1. Dermatoses of the Scalp 107.1 – Paul Farrant Megan Mowbray and Rodney D. Sinclair
      2. Dermatoses of the External Ear 108.1 – Cameron Kennedy
      3. Dermatoses of the Eye Eyelids and Eyebrows 109.1 – Valerie P. J. Saw and Jonathan N. Leonard
      4. Dermatoses of the Oral Cavity and Lips 110.1 – Crispian Scully
      5. Dermatoses of the Male Genitalia 111.1 – Christopher B. Bunker and William M. Porter
      6. Dermatoses of the Female Genitalia 112.1 – Fiona Lewis
      7. Dermatoses of Perineal and Perianal Skin 113.1 – Eleanor Mallon
      8. Cutaneous Complications of Stomas and Fistulae 114.1 – Calum Lyon
      9. Dermatoses of Pregnancy 115.1 – Samantha Vaughan Jones
      10. Dermatoses of the Neonate 116.1 – David G. Paige
      11. Dermatoses and Haemangiomas of Infancy 117.1 – Elisabeth M. Higgins and Mary T. Glover
    4. Index
  8. Volume 4
    1. Part 11 Skin Disorders Caused by External Agents
      1. Benign Cutaneous Adverse Reactions to Drugs 118.1 – Michael R. Ardern‐Jones and Haur Yueh Lee
      2. Severe Cutaneous Adverse Reactions to Drugs 119.1 – Sarah Walsh Haur Yueh Lee and Daniel Creamer
      3. Cutaneous Side Effects of Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy 120.1 – Louise Fearfield and Janakan Natkunarajah
      4. Dermatoses Induced by Illicit Drugs 121.1 – Daniel Creamer and Michael Gossop
      5. Dermatological Manifestations of Metal Poisoning 122.1 – Rabindranath Nambi
      6. Mechanical Injury to the Skin 123.1 – Saqib J. Bashir and Ai‐Lean Chew
      7. Pressure Injury and Pressure Ulcers 124.1 – Robyn Evans Carol Ott and Madhuri Reddy
      8. Cutaneous Reactions to Cold and Heat 125.1 – Saqib J. Bashir and Ai‐Lean Chew
      9. Burns and Heat Injury 126.1 – Marc G. Jeschke
      10. Cutaneous Photosensitivity Diseases 127.1 – Sally Ibbotson and Robert Dawe
      11. Allergic Contact Dermatitis 128.1 – Mark Wilkinson and David Orton
      12. Irritant Contact Dermatitis 129.1 – Jonathan M. L. White
      13. Occupational Dermatology 130.1 – Jonathan M. L. White
      14. Stings and Bites 131.1 – Stephen Tyring and Christopher Downing
    2. Part 12 Neoplastic Proliferative and Infiltrative Disorders Affecting the Skin
      1. Benign Melanocytic Proliferations and Melanocytic Naevi 132.1 – Irene Stefanaki Christina Antoniou and Alexander Stratigos
      2. Benign Keratinocytic Acanthomas and Proliferations 133.1 – Vishal Madan and John T. Lear
      3. Cutaneous Cysts 134.1 – John T. Lear and Vishal Madan
      4. Lymphocytic Infiltrates 135.1 – Fiona Child and Sean J. Whittaker
      5. Cutaneous Histiocytoses 136.1 – Thai Hoa Tran Elena Pope and Sheila Weitzman
      6. Soft‐tissue Tumours and Tumour‐like Conditions 137.1 – Eduardo Calonje
      7. Tumours of Skin Appendages 138.1 – Eduardo Calonje
      8. Kaposi Sarcoma 139.1 – Kenneth Y. Tsai
      9. Cutaneous Lymphomas 140.1 – Sean J. Whittaker and Fiona Child
      10. Basal Cell Carcinoma 141.1 – Vishal Madan and John T. Lear
      11. Squamous Cell Carcinoma and its Precursors 142.1 – Girish Gupta Vishal Madan and John T. Lear
      12. Melanoma 143.1
      13. Melanoma Clinicopathology 143.2 – Jean Jacques Grob and Caroline Gaudy‐Marqueste
      14. Melanoma Surgery 143.23 – Kelly B. Cha Timothy M. Johnson and Alison B. Durham
      15. Systemic Treatment of Melanoma 143.28 – Reinhard Dummer and Simone M. Goldinger
      16. Dermoscopy of Melanoma and Naevi 144.1 – Natalia Jaimes and Ashfaq A. Marghoob
      17. Merkel Cell Carcinoma 145.1 – Jürgen C. Becker David Schrama and Axel zur Hausen
      18. Skin Cancer in the Immunocompromised Patient 146.1 – Catherine A. Harwood Jane M. McGregor and Charlotte M. Proby
    3. Part 13 Systemic Disease and the Skin
      1. Cutaneous Markers of Internal Malignancy 147.1 – Lennart Emtestam and Karin Sartorius
      2. The Skin and Disorders of the Haematopoietic and Immune Systems 148.1 – Robert Gniadecki
      3. The Skin and Endocrine Disorders 149.1 – Ralf Paus
      4. The Skin and Disorders of the Heart 150.1 – Sonja Molin and Thomas Ruzicka
      5. The Skin and Disorders of the Respiratory System 151.1 – Sonja Molin and Thomas Ruzicka
      6. Skin and Disorders of the Digestive System 152.1 – Sonja Molin and Thomas Ruzicka
      7. The Skin and Disorders of the Kidney and Urinary Tract 153.1 – Sonja Molin and Thomas Ruzicka
      8. The Skin and Disorders of the Musculoskeletal System 154.1 – Christopher R. Lovell
    4. Part 14 Aesthetic Dermatology
      1. Skin Ageing 155.1 – Dana L. Sachs Gary Fisher and John J. Voorhees
      2. Cosmeceuticals 156.1 – Eubee Koo Alexandra B. Kimball and Molly Wanner
      3. Soft Tissue Augmentation (Fillers) 157.1 – Berthold Rzany
      4. Aesthetic Uses of Botulinum Toxins 158.1 – Nicholas J. Lowe
      5. Chemical Peels 159.1 – Chee‐Leok Goh and Joyce Teng Ee Lim
      6. Lasers and Energy‐based Devices 160.1 – Nazanin Saedi and Christopher B. Zachary
    5. Index
Editors Biography

Christopher Griffiths University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Jonathan Barker St John’s Institute of Dermatology, King’s College London, UK
Tanya Bleiker Derby Teaching Hospitals, Derby, UK
Robert Chalmers University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Daniel Creamer King’s College Hospital, London, UK

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