Photographic Atlas of Pediatric Diagnoses and Disorders, 1st Edition

  • Ralph Salimpour
  • Published By: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • ISBN-10: 1451178115
  • ISBN-13: 9781451178111
  • DDC: 618.92
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 465 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released March 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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There is no substitute for direct patient–physician interaction, but with Photographic Atlas Of Pediatric Disorders And Diagnosis you can explore the full range of presenting symptoms in infants, children, and young adults through images of common and unusual presenting features for over 300 pediatric disorders. Many of these patient images have never been published anywhere in the world; all, are unique. Let the power of this atlas enhance your visual diagnostic skills!

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
About the Physician/Photographer.
Contents by Anatomical Specific Features.
1: Abscess (L. Abscessus; From: Ab, Away; Cedero, to Go).
2: Acanthosis (Gr. Akanta, Thorn; Anthos, Flower) Nigricans (L. Niger, Black).
3: Achalasia (Gr. Chalasis, Relaxation).
4: Acne Vulgaris (Acne Gr., Point; Vulgaris L., Common).
5: Acromegalogigantism.
6: Adenoid Hypertrophy (Aden Gr., Gland).
7: Albinism (L. Albus, White).
8: Alopecia.
9: Amniotic Band.
10: Anemia (Iron Deficiency).
11: Angioedema (Angio Gr., Vessel—Blood Vessel).
12: Ankyloglossia (Gr. Ankylos, Bent Or Crooked; Glossa, Tongue), Tongue Tie.
13: Anthrax (Gr. Coal).
14: Aphthous Stomatitis (Gr. Aphtha, Ulcer).
15: Aplastic Anemia.
16: Arachnoid Cyst (Leptomeningeal Cyst).
17: Arthrogryposis Multiplex.
18: Asthma.
19: Atopic Dermatitis (Gr. Atopy—Different, out of Place).
20: Balanoposthitis (and Incidental Finding of Varicocele).
21: Beals Syndrome.
22: Bell's Palsy.
23: Biliary Atresia.
24: Bites, Arthropod.
25: Blepharophimosis and Ptosis.
26: Bohn Nodule.
27: Branchial Cleft Anomaly.
28: Bronchiectasis.
29: Bunion (Gr. Turnip).
30: Candidiasis (Cutaneous).
31: Cataract, Congenital.
32: Cellulitis.
33: Cephalhematoma.
34: Cephalic Pustulosis, Benign (Acne of the Newborn).
35: Chalazion (Gr. Chalasions, Small Lump).
36: Child Abuse (Nonaccidental Trauma).
37: Chotzen Syndrome.
38: Cirrhosis of the Liver (Cirrhosis, Gr. Kirhos, Orange).
39: Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate.
40: Cloacal Exstrophy.
41: Cold Injury In the Newborn.
42: Colobomata of the Iris (Gr. Koloboma, Defect).
43: Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (Cah).
44: Congenital Aplasia of Depressor Angularis Oris Muscle.
45: Congenital External Auditory Canal Stenosis/Atresia.
46: Conjunctivitis.
47: Cornelia De Lange Syndrome.
48: Craniosynostosis.
49: Crouzon Syndrome.
50: Cutaneous Larva Migrans (Creeping Eruption).
51: Cutis Marmorata.
52: Cyst (Gr. Kystis, Sac).
53: Cyst, Retroauricular.
54: Cytomegalovirus Disease (CMV).
55: Dacryocystocele (Dacryocele).
56: Dacryostenosis.
57: Dental Lamina Cyst.
58: Dermatographism.
59: Diarrhea.
60: Digeorge Syndrome.
61: Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC).
62: Down Syndrome.
63: Drug Eruptions.
64: Ehlers–Danlos Syndrome (Cutis Elastica).
65: Erysipelas (Gr. Erythros, Red + Pella, Skin).
66: Erythema Ab Igne (Ab Igne, L.; Redness from Fire, Hot Water-Bottle Rash, Fire Stains, Laptop Leg).
67: Erythema Induratum (Nodular Vasculitis).
68: Erythema Infectiosum (Fifth Disease).
69: Erythema Multiforme.
70: Erythema Nodosum (Gr. Nodosus, Having Nodes or Projections).
71: Erythema Toxicum.
72: Esotropia.
73: Fanconi Anemia.
74: Fibroma, Benign Nonossifying.
75: Finger and Toe Clubbing (Hippocratic Fingers).
76: Fissured Tongue (Scrotal Tongue).
77: Food Allergy.
78: Fracture Clavicle.
79: Frenulum (L., Dim. of Frenum Bridle).
80: Furonculosis.
81: Ganglion Cyst.
82: Gangrene (L. Gangraena, Gr. Gangraina, Putrefaction).
83: Gingival Enlargement (Gingival Over Growth, Gum Hypertrophy).
84: Glycogen Storage Disease (Gsd).
85: Granuloma Annulare (L. Granuloma, a Small Particle or Grain).
86: Gynecomastia (Gr. Gynec, Woman + Mastos, Breast).
87: Hand-Foot-and-Mouth Disease.
88: Hemangiomas and Capillary Vascular Malformations.
89: Hematoma.
90: Hemihypertrophy.
91: Hemophilia.
92: Henoch–SchöNlein Purpura (Hsp, Anaphylactoid Purpura).
93: Hernia (Inguinal and Umbilical).
94: Herpangina.
95: Herpes (Gr., a Spreading Cutaneous Eruption).
96: Herpes Gingivostomatitis.
97: Herpes Simplex.
98: Herpes Zoster (Zoster Gr., a Girdle; Zona L., a Girdle Shingles).
99: Hordeolum (L. Barleycorn).
100: Hydrocele.
101: Hydrocephalous.
102: Hypercarotenemia (Carotenemia).
103: Hyperhidrosis.
104: Hyperphosphatemic Tumoral Calc