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Fisher's Contact Dermatitis

ISBN-10: 068307282X

ISBN-13: 9780683072822

Edition: 4th 1995 (Revised)

Authors: Robert L. Rietschel, Joseph F. Fowler

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New edition of a text that includes information on contact dermatitis as encountered not only in the U.S., but worldwide. Dermatologists Rietschel (Oschner Cinic) and Fowler (U. of Louisville School of Medicine) present 39 chapters that discuss the pathogenesis of allergic contact hypersensitivity; practical aspects of patch testing; various types of dermatitis (noneczematous, systemic, textile and shoe, fragrance and plant, photocontact, occupational, gases and propellants, plastic, food additives and dyes, rubber, gums, rosin, natural resins, acquatic, and from medical devices, implants, and equipment); treatment and medications (topical corticosteroids, local anesthetics and topical analgesics; allergy to preservatives and vehicles in cosmetics and toiletries; contact urticaria, stomatitis, and cheilitis; and specific instructions for patients. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR
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Book details

List price: $105.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 1136
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.50" long x 2.50" tall
Weight: 4.686
Language: English

Preface
The Pathogenesis of Allergic Contact Hypersensitivityp. 1
The Role of Patch Testingp. 11
Predictive Testing for Human Contact Dermatitisp. 33
Histology of Contact Dermatitisp. 38
The Role of Age, Sex, and Color of Skin in Contact Dermatitisp. 41
Regional Contact Dermatitisp. 66
Noneczematous Contact Dermatitisp. 92
Systemic Contact-Type Dermatitisp. 114
Contact Dermatitis in Atopic Personsp. 130
Reactions to Selected Topical Medicationsp. 141
Medications from Plantsp. 171
Antiseptics and Disinfectantsp. 184
Reactions to Topical Antimicrobialsp. 205
Antihistamine Dermatitisp. 226
Local Anestheticsp. 236
Reactions to Topical Corticosteroids or Their Vehiclesp. 249
Vehicles and Preservatives Including Formaldehyde, Cosmetics, and Personal Care Productsp. 257
Hand Dermatitis Due to Contactants Special Considerationsp. 330
Textile and Shoe Dermatitisp. 358
Dermatitis from Medical Devices and Implantsp. 414
Fragrance Allergyp. 448
Toxicodendon, Plants, and Spicesp. 461
Contact Photodermatitisp. 524
Paresthesia Due to Contactantsp. 544
Occupational Dermatitisp. 551
Contact Dermatitis in Health Personnelp. 590
Dermatitis Due to Cutting Oils, Solvents, Petrolatum, and Coal-Tar Productsp. 609
Dermatitis Due to Gases and Propellantsp. 627
Plastic and Resin Dermatitisp. 637
Contact Dermatitis from Food Additives and Dyesp. 676
Allergy to Rubberp. 697
Allergy to Gums, Rosin, and Natural Resinsp. 753
Contact Leukoderma (Vitiligo) Hyperpigmentation and Discolorations from Contactantsp. 765
Contact Urticariap. 778
Contact Dermatitis and Other Reactions to Metalsp. 808
Contact Stomatitis and Cheilitisp. 886
Aquatic Dermatosesp. 920
Specific Instructions for Patients with Common Contact Allergensp. 964
Appendixp. 973
Indexp. 1057
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