Books for Dermatologists
Revised: 24 February 2011
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Books by topic: acne, business related, cosmetic, dermatopathology, dermoscopy, ethnic, general, hair and nail, immunology, infectious, laser, medical dictionaries, medical writing, Mohs, other, pediatric, photodermatology, soft tissue and bone, statistics, surgery, tumors
By Gurpreet Ahluwalia
2009 (1st ed), 500 pages, $245 list
This book is the first to introduce a range of currently used, or under development, laser- and light-based technologies that will provide greater cosmetic benefits to the consumer. It explains the basic physics of light-based technologies, the bio-physical principles behind their mechanism of action, and their applications in many cosmetic procedures. The fundamentals of skin and hair physiology (relevant to the understanding of actions of various cosmetics) are also explained, as are: cosmeceuticals; topical drugs for cosmetic benefits; non-invasive and invasive options available for beauty treatments, and how all this fits in with the emerging light-based technologies.
By Lucian Fodor
2010 (1st ed), 140 pages, $139 list
The goal of the book is to help clinicians, residents, fellows and other medical professionals understand IPL and perform treatments for various cutaneous conditions. The topics covered include the main cosmetic applications of IPL, anatomy, safety, practical issues, patient selection, the various treatment options and potential complications, while each chapter has been designed to assist in the clinical application of IPL and ends with key points that emphasize the most important take-home messages to achieve the best results. It is created to provide in-depth analysis and to reveal the practical approach, making this text the ideal reference and a teaching instrument for both beginner and experienced physician in the field of aesthetic medicine.
By Keyvan Nouri
2011 (1st ed), 560 pages, 300 illus, $239 list
This book has been written to serve as a cornerstone of laser usage in medicine, ultimately leading to better patient care and treatments. It will therefore be of considerable interest to all physicians who use or are interested in using lasers in their practice from dermatologists and plastic surgeons to ophthalmologists, cardiologists, gynecologists, otolaryngologists, neurologists and others.
By Christian Raulin
2010 (1st ed), 250 pages, 300 illus, $199 list
In this innovative textbook, renowned
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