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Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in Dermatology

Jean Revuz

Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in Dermatology

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Internal medicine,
  • Dermatology,
  • Pediatrics,
  • Medicine,
  • Critical care medicine,
  • Family medicine

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jean Revuz, Jean-Claude Roujeau, Francisco A. Kerdel, Laurence Valeyrie-Allanore
    ContributionsKerdel, Francisco A., Roujeau, Jean-Claude, Valeyrie-Allanore, Laurence, SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25551788M
    ISBN 109783540793380, 9783540793397


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The book likewise reminds dermatologists that they too treat life-threatening diseases such as purpura fulminans, toxic shock syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, and autoimmune bullous : Cory A. Dunnick, Robert P. Dellavalle. This book covers all cutaneous emergencies and life threatening dermatoses, as well as true and false emergencies in the dermatologic office.

It provides treatment Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in Dermatology book for the management of major life threatening dermatoses, such as severe infections, severe drug eruptions and bullous : $ Since extensive dermatoses can be life threatening, it is important to recognize and treat skin emergencies rapidly.

This book covers all cutaneous emergencies and life threatening dermatoses, as. Since extensive dermatoses can be life threatening, it is important to recognize and treat skin emergencies rapidly. This book covers all cutaneous emergencies and life threatening dermatoses, as well as true and false Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in Dermatology book in the dermatologic office.

Ly F. () Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in Dermatology in the Specific Context of the Extreme Poverty of the ‘Third World’. In: Revuz J., Roujeau JC., Kerdel F.A., Valeyrie-Allanore L. (eds) Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in : Fatimata Ly. However, largely under-recognized dermatoses can be life-threatening if not diagnosed and treated in a timely fashion.

Buka's Emergencies in Dermatology addresses the need for a concise, portable reference that can be used by emergency medicine and dermatology physicians and residents alike. Since extensive dermatoses can be life threatening, it is important to recognize and treat skin emergencies rapidly.

This book covers all cutaneous emergencies and life threatening dermatoses, as well as true and false emergencies in the dermatologic office. It provides treatment advice for the management of major life threatening dermatoses, such as severe.

gency room physicians, and intensive care specialists to recognize life-threatening dermatoses and to better interpret the skin symptoms of acutely ill patients. Another important goal was to remind dermatologists that they may, like every other medi-cal specialist, be on the front line to fight life-threatening diseases, and that they Preface v.

Extensive dermatoses can be life threatening, so it is important to recognize and treat skin emergencies rapidly. This book covers all cutaneous emergencies and life threatening dermatoses, as well as true and false emergencies in the dermatologic : SPVMD. There are many emergencies that the dermatologist needs to address and many cutaneous diseases in the emergency room that require rapid dermatologic DOI link for Emergency Dermatology.

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The dermatologist is frequently the first physician to examine these patients. Abstract. Four life-threatening dermatoses—Stevens-Johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis, Kaposi's varicelliform eruption and purpura fulminans—are unique in their abrupt onset and rapid progress to death, but prompt diagnosis and proper therapy can often cure the condition or prevent undesirable by: 1.

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It is a potentially life-threatening disease with a high mortality rate if untreated (50% at 2 years, % at 5 years). Pemphigus vulgaris is a rare disorder (incidence perpopulation), usually occurring in middle-aged individuals with a predisposing genetic background (HLA-DR4, 14; DQ1, 3).

EtiologyCited by: Dermatological conditions can present acutely in primary care or via the emergency department. In some cases, the problem is an acute exacerbation of a pre-existing dermatosis, but in many cases it is a de novo presentation and therefore poses a greater diagnostic challenge for the clinicians involved.

Although life-threatening dermatoses are relatively rare, the morbidity Author: Elisabeth M. Higgins, Rachael Morris-Jones. / Skin immune system. Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in Dermatology. Life-Threatening Dermatoses and Emergencies in Dermatology. Cited by: 1. Introduction 20% of outpatient primary care visits are for “skin issues” In the inpatient setting, both common and potentially life-threatening dermatologic conditions occur Quickly identifying manifestations of serious skin disease can significantly reduce morbidity and mortality.

Definition. Dermatosis (plural: dermatoses) is a broad term that refers to any disease of the skin, especially one that is not accompanied by inflammation. Do not confuse this term with dermatitis, which is limited to inflammation of the skin. Additional Info. There are over two dozen specific types of reactive and inflammatory dermatoses; see this list at for more.

Life-Threatening Effects of Antipsychotic Drugs describes in detail more than 20 life-threatening effects associated with antipsychotics, presents the best available data on their incidence and case fatality, and gives comprehensive advice on diagnosis, management and preventive strategies.

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Skin necrosis is a clinical manifestation of tissue death, most commonly due to alteration of cutaneous blood flow.

Tissue death may occur from blockage, destruction or physiologic constriction of vessels supplying the skin, in either large vessels (peripheral arterial disease) or small vessels (thrombi or emboli), causing ischemia. springer, The term “dermatologic emergency” is rarely used, and a dermatologist is typically not the first physician called when a patient presents in the emergency department.

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Life-threatening eruptions due to infectious agents. J Clin Dermatol ; – Aronson PL, Florin TA. Pediatric dermatologic emergencies: a case-based approach for the pediatrician.

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Clinicians are often lulled by the benignity of most childhood disorders. However, without a vigilant index of suspicion, many potentially morbid conditions may be discovered too late for appropriate management.

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78, no Author: Dhiraj Jain, Stalin Viswanathan, Chandramohan Ramasamy.Life-threatening dermatoses. Toxic epidermal necrolysis and SJS. Acute severe reactions characterised by extensive necrosis and detachment of epidermis defined by mucosal ulceration at two or more sites with cutaneous blistering.

More common in the elderly (more medications) and x more common in HIV SJS affects 30% of body surface area, TNS/SJS overlap = 10 .A Color Handbook of Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat is an easy to use guide to the diagnosis and treatment of more than one hundred dermatologic conditions written for the busy practitioner.

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