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by Virendra N Sehgal
The book titled \"Diagnosis and Treatment of COMMON SKIN DISEASES\" entails detailed information about common skin diseases, their diagnosis, and their treatment. This book is made an attempt to make understand the drug therapy in the specialty of Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprosy, in particular, which is paramount for practitioners who have been responsible for managing most of the patients. Common skin diseases are not difficult to diagnose. The book comprises of 6 chapters. Chapter 1 discusses systemic drugs, their indications, dosage, duration, side effects, contraindications, and drug interactions. Chapter 2 discusses various topical medications, its indications, availability, and mode of application. The specific dermatoses, which are manifestated as adverse drug reactions (ADR) followed by administration of drug(s) bearing generic and/or brand name, are incorporated in chapter 3. The Instant Diagnostic Criteria and Treatment of Common Skin Disorders are explained in detail in Chapter 4. Chapter 5 includes drugs formulary of dermatological preparations associated with topical agents, systemic agents, shampoos, and face washes. A new Chapter 6 titled Biologics: Therapeutic Applications includes the existing drug choices for various dermatoses, with indications in detail.
|Chapter-01 Systemic Drugs||1-46|
|Chapter-02 Topical Therapy||47-72|
|Chapter-03 Specific Dermatoses: Manifesting as Adverse Drug Reactions||73-84|
|Chapter-04 Instant Diagnostic Criteria and Treatment of Common Skin Disorders||85-248|
|Chapter-05 Drugs Formulary of Dermatological Preparations||249-274|
|Chapter-06 Biologics: Therapeutic Applications||275-282|
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