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By Jeffrey P. Callen, Joseph L. Jorizzo (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1416061118

ISBN-13: 9781416061113

Functional, finished, and up to date all through, the 4th version of Dermatological indicators of inner illnesses is helping you establish an entire variety of universal and infrequent systemic ailments early…so they are often controlled as successfully as attainable. insurance of latest issues, together with nephrogenic fibrosing dermopathy, new remedies, multiplied histopathology content material, new colour photos, on-line photo library and masses assist you reach definitive diagnoses of inner illnesses that show up at the epidermis. better of all, each one bankruptcy gains an evidence-based method of prognosis and remedy so that you recognize you could rely on the medical options provided. professional seek advice performance permits you to entry the whole contents of the e-book on-line at from any web connection.

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  • Provides enhanced and increased histopathology content material for a greater realizing during this tricky sector of analysis.
  • Features over 500 full-color illustrations-100 new to this edition-that give you the very best representations of illnesses as they seem in actual lifestyles.
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The cause of systemic sclerosis is unknown, but important steps in its pathogenesis include excessive synthesis of collagen and other matrix macromolecules, endothelial cell injury, and dysregulation of the immune system. Additionally, increased levels of vascular endothelial growth factors have been identified, contributing to vascular malformations and the vasculopathies inherent to this disease. Systemic sclerosis affects women up to 15 times more commonly than it does men, with onset between ages 30 and 50.

A ‘groove sign’ may be present, referring to linear indurated depressions in which veins may appear sunken. Monoclonal gammopathy and multiple myeloma have been associated with eosinophilic fasciitis, causing some experts to advocate bone marrow biopsies in patients with coexistent eosinophilic fasciitis and hematologic abnormalities. Several features distinguish eosinophilic fasciitis from both localized scleroderma and systemic sclerosis (Table 3–3). The absence of Raynaud’s phenomenon, sclerodactyly, and autoantibodies (at least initially) sets this entity apart from systemic sclerosis.

Increasing evidence points to pulmonary fibrosis as a more common cause of death. The skin may be edematous and slightly erythematous at the onset, but pale, waxy, taut skin eventually ensues (Fig. 3– 8). A disturbance of the normal pigmentation of the skin is often remarkable in patients with systemic sclerosis (Fig. 3–9). Patients may develop widespread hyperpigmentation that simulates Addison’s disease, but more commonly there is a patchy and often follicular hypo- or hyperpigmentation. Particularly during the late stages of the disease, hypertrichosis may develop in the most affected areas of the forearms and hands.

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