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Medicine - Dermatology | Pediatric Skin of Color

Pediatric Skin of Color

Silverberg, Nanette, Durán-McKinster, Carola, Tay, Yong Kwang (Eds.)

2015, XV, 473 p. 335 illus., 169 illus. in color.

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  • ​ ​First textbook devoted to issues of pediatric skin of color Topics discussed include the biology and clinical data regarding normal skin, skin conditions exclusive to individuals of color, and the appearance and demographics of common skin diseases comparing Caucasian and all skin of color populations Includes data on African American, Asian (Southeast and East), Hispanic/Latino, and Middle Eastern patients, as well as Indigenous populations (i.e. Native Americans, Aborigines)

Pediatric Skin of Color is the first textbook devoted to the issues of pediatric skin of color. In 2052, more than fifty percent of the United States will be of color, and currently seventy percent of the world's population is termed of color. Therefore, this book fills the need for an instructional and educational referebce work regarding these populations. 

Pediatric Skin of Color​ discusses the biology and clinical data regarding normal skin, skin conditions exclusive to individuals of color, systemic diseases of individuals of color that have a strong component of skin involvement, and the appearance and demographics of common skin diseases, comparing Caucasian and all skin of color populations. 

Written for dermatologists and pediatric dermatologists, this text includes data on African American, Asian (Southeast and East), Hispanic/Latino, and Middle Eastern patients, as well as Indigenous populations (i.e. Native Americans, Aborigines).

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » biodiversity - dermatology - pediatric dermatology - skin of color

Related subjects » Biomedical Sciences - Dermatology - Pediatrics

Table of contents 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

SECTION 1: BIOLOGY OF NORMAL SKIN, HAIR AND NAILS:

     

1)      Development/ Biology of Southeast Asian and East Asian Skin, Hair and Nails * Development and Biology of East Asian Skin, Hair and Nails  (Mark Jean-Aan Koh, MD)

2)      Developmental Biology of Black Skin, Hair and Nails (Nicki Tang, MD, Candrice Heath, MD and Nanette Silverberg, MD)

3)      Pigmentary Development of East Asian Children (Kin Fon Leong, MRCPCH)

 

 

SECTION 2: PIGMENTARY CONDITIONS IN CHILDREN OF COLOR

4)      Normal Color Variations in Children of Color (Nanette B. Silverberg, MD)

5)      Hypopigmenting Disorders ( Joni M. Mazza, MD, Candrice Heath, MD and Nanette B. Silverberg, MD)

6) Hyperpigmenting Disorders (Mongolian Spots, Nevus of Ito, and Pigmentary Mosaicism (Eulalia Baselga, MD Spain) dra.baselga@gmail.com 

7) Erythema Dyschromicum Perstans (Lynn Chaim, MD)

8) Confluent and Reticulated Papillomatosis of Gougerot and Carteaud

(Lynn Chaim, MD)

9) Idiopathic eruptive macular pigmentation (Carola Duran-McKinster, MD and

Ramon Ruiz-Maldonado, MD) Mexico rrm@servidor.unam.mx)12

10) Exogenous Ochronosis (Lynn Chaim, MD)

11) Metabolic Hyperpigmentation (Luz Orozco-Covarrubias MD,

Marimar Sáez-de-Ocariz MD)                  

SECTION III: HAIR DISEASES IN CHILDREN OF COLOR          

12) Genetic Hair Diseases  (Carola Durán-McKinster, MD                                                   caroladmc53@gmail.com)

13)Traction Alopecia (Sejal Shah, MD/ sejalshah151@yahoo.com) submitted in full

14) Acne Keloidalis Nuchae  (Mishal Reja,BA, Nanette B. Silverberg, MD)

15) Pseudofolliculitis Barbae (Nanette B. Silverberg, MD)

SECTION IV: INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN OF COLOR

16) Tinea capitis (Catherine C. McCuaig, MD/ cath.mccuaig@videotron.ca)

17)Infections of Childhood (Patricia A. Treadwell, MD/ ptreadwe@iupui.edu)

18) Common Infections of Childhood: Molluscum, Warts, and Tinea Versicolor (Yuin-Chew Chan, MRCP, skindrchan@yahoo.com.sg))

19) Infections in the Immunocompromised (Maria Teresa Garcia-Romero, MD)

20) Tropical infections* (Hector Cáceres from Peru) hwcaceres@gmail.com       

SECTION V: NEONATAL SKIN DISEASES

21) Histiocytoses (Blanca Del Pozzo-Magana, MD and Irene Lara-Corrales, MD)

22) Transient Neonatal Pustular Melanosis (Anais Aurora Badia, DO and Ana Margarita Duarte MD, pdidermdoc@aol.com)

23) Clear Cell Papulosis (Nanette B. Silverberg, MD)

24) Vascular Tumors/ Birthmarks (Francine Blei, MD and Bernard Gontijo, MD)

25) Congenital Nevi (María del Carmen Boente, MD) mcboente@gmail.com

26) Becker’s Nevus (María del Carmen Boente, MD)

 

SECTION VI: INFLAMMATORY SKIN CONDITIONS AND DERMATOSES

27)Atopic Dermatitis  (Jonathan Silverberg jonathanisilverberg@gmail.com)

28) Contact Dermatitis (Rashmi Unwala, MD and Sharon E. Jacob, MD,

sjacob@contactderm.net)

29) Seborrheic Dermatitis *( Yong-Kwang Tay, FRCP)

30) Lichen Planus (Yong-Kwang Tay, FRCP)31) Pityriasis Rosea * ( Shanna Shan-Yi Ng, MRCP, Yong-Kwang Tay, FRCP)

32) Psoriasis * (Colin Kwok, FRCP)

33) Drug Eruptions (Patricia A. Treadwell, MD)

34) Infantile Acropustulosis (Nanette B. Silverberg, MD)

35) Pediatric Mastocytosis (Dr Nisha Chandran) under revision

SECTION VII: ACNE AND ACNEIFORM CONDITIONS

36)Acne (Charlene Lam, MD, MPH and Andrea Zaenglein, MD, azaenglein@hmc.psu.edu)

37) Periorificial dermatitis/ FACE *( Adena E. Rosenblatt MD, PhD and Sarah L. Stein MD)

SECTION VIII: Photosensitivity

38) Photosensitivity disorders (Meghan Feely, MD and Vincent A DeLeo, MD/ Vdeleo@chpnet.org)

39) Actinic Prurigo (Sonia Toussaint-Caire, MD)

 

 SECTION IX: COLLAGEN VASCULAR AND INFLAMMATORY SKIN DISEASES

40) Collagen Vascular Diseases in Children of Color  (Saez-de-Ocariz Marimar, MD, and  Orozco-Covarrubias Luz, MD, mariadelmar71@prodigy.net.mx)   

41) Autoimmflammatory syndromesAcute Hemorraghic Edema,Henoch-Schönlein syndrome and Kawasaki Disease (Lucero Noguera, MD; Antonio Torrelo, MD)

SECTION X: REGIONAL ETHNIC/ RACIAL PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY

42) Traditional Chinese Medicine and skin diseases (Jean HO,MRCP, MMed and Poh Hong, ONG, PhD)

43) Skin of Aboriginal Children (John Su, MD and Christopher Heyes, MD/ John.Su@rch.org.au)

44) Skin Cancer Epidemic in American Hispanic and Latino Patients

(Bertha Baum,DO and Ana Margarita Duarte MD

drberthabaum@yahoo.com)

 

 

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