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Atlas of Rheumatology

Stone, John H. (Ed.)

2014, 500 p. 650 illus. in color.

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  • About this atlas

  • Contains full color images

Atlas of Rheumatology will become the best-illustrated book (and electronic interface) ever published on the rheumatic diseases. Premier clinicians in each area of rheumatology will provide illustrations related to their subject of expertise. The chapters in The Atlas will correspond closely with those in The Primer and A Clinician’s Pearls & Myths.

The book will provide a trove of clinical illustrations to the trainee and the practicing physician, and will do so in a memorable fashion. Each figure will illustrate one (and usually more than one) important clinical lesson. Each figure will be provided with a clear, appropriate legend that expresses the figure’s lessons and extrapolates the findings to support a broader frame of knowledge.

Each chapter will be illustrated thoroughly with clinical photographs and radiologic images. These figures will be different from ones included in the The Primer and A Clinician’s Pearls & Myths. These books can be cross-referenced extensively in The Atlas.

The contributors for each chapter of the new book will be selected from the authors of The Primer and A Clinician’s Pearls & Myths. However, some authors may be replaced or supplemented by the inclusion of co-authors.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Rheumatology

Related subjects » Dermatology - Orthopedics - Rheumatology

Table of contents 

Introduction describing links to ‘The Primer’, ‘A Clinician’s Pearls & Myths’, and the Internet.- Rheumatoid arthritis.- Adult-onset Still’s disease.- Juvenile idiopathic arthritis.- Ankylosing spondylitis.- Psoriatic arthritis.- Reactive arthritis.- Arthritis of IBD.- Pediatric spondyloarthropathy.- Limited systemic sclerosis.- Diffuse systemic sclerosis.- Pediatric scleroderma.- Scleroderma-like disorders: Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis.- Eosinophilia-myalgia syndrome.- Localized scleroderma.- Morphea.- Eosinophilic fasciitis.- Scleromyxedema.- Toxic Oil Syndrome.- Sjögren’s syndrome.- Systemic lupus erythematosus.- Pediatric lupus.- Mixed connective tissue disease.- Antiphospholipid sindrome.- Pregnancy & the rheumatic diseases.- Inflammatory myopathies.- Dermatomyositis.- Polymyositis.- Inclusion body myositis.- IM associated with connective tissue diseases.- Cancer-associated IM.- Juvenile Myositis.- Metabolic myopathies.- Rheumatological involvement of peripheral nerves (vasculitic neuropathy; small-fiber neuropathy).- Pediatric vasculitis (HSP, Kawasaki’s).- Behcet’s disease.- Churg-Strauss syndrome.- Microscopic polyangiitis.- Wegener’s granulomatosis.- Cryoglobulinemia.- Polyarteritis nodosa.- Giant cell arteritis & PMR.- Takayasu’s arteritis.- Primary CNS vasculitis & Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndromes.- Thromboangiitis obliterans.- Rheumatoid vasculitis.- Miscellaneous forms of vasculitis.- Cogan’s syndrome.- Hypocomplementemic urticarial.- Erythema elevatum diutinum.- Relapsing polychondritis.- Fibromyalgia.- Gout.- CPPD and other microcrystalline disorders.- Inflammatory eye disease.- Sensorineural hearing loss.- Osteoporosis & osteopenia.- Paget’s disease and other disorders of bone.- Arthritis & Infections.- Lyme Disease.- Septic arthritis.- Rheumatic fever.- Viral arthritis.- Poncet’s disease.- Leprosy.- Other infections.- Sarcoidosis.- Osteoarthritis.- Localized musculoskeletal complaints.- Lower back and neck pain.- Periodic fever syndromes.- Amyloidoses.- Heritable disorders of connective tissue disease.- Osteonecrosis

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