In a richly illustrated, easy-to-follow format this magnificent, one-stop resource thoroughly examines all non-malignant skin problems, from rosacea to traumatic scars. Never before has any similar guide explored the range of topics featured here, including background, diagnosis, indications, contraindications, and therapeutic recommendations.
The organization of the book features an overview of a particular condition, cosmetic treatment options, step-by-step procedures for treating the condition, side by side with pre-operative and post-treatment color photographs.
Features of Color Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology:
Coverage of both the medical and surgical management of all cosmetic dermatologic problems, going beyond what other, more procedure-oriented texts can offer
Dosage guidelines for medical treatments, and descriptions/photos/techniques for surgical options
Over 600 eye-catching, full-color illustrations
An at-a-glance, bulleted format that makes essential information easily retrievable
Consistent descriptions of each medical condition and procedure that facilitates clinical decision-making
Key details on the set-up of each procedure, plus a review of necessary equipment and products to perform procedures
Marc Avram, MD (New York, NY) is Clinical Professor of Dermatology at New York University.
Sandy Tsao, MD (Boston, MA) is a Professor at Harvard University Medical School and practice at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Zeina Tannous, MD (Boston, MA) is a Professor at Harvard University Medical School and practice at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Matthew Avram, MD is a Professor at Harvard University Medical School and practice at Massachusetts General Hospital