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    editors, Lowell A. Goldsmith, Stephen I. Katz, Barbara A. Gilchrest, Amy S. Paller, David J. Leffell, Klaus Wolff.
    Part 1: Introduction. General considerations
    Approach to dermatologic diagnosis
    Overview of biology, development, and structure of skin.
    Part 2. Disorders presenting in skin and mucous membranes. Inflammatory disorders based on T-cell reactivity and dysregulation
    Inflammatory diseases based on neutrophyils and eosinophils
    Inflammatory diseases based on abnormal humeral reactivity and other inflammatory diseases
    Disorders of epidermal differentiation and keratinization
    Disorders of epidermal and dermal-epidermal cohesion and vesicular and bulbous disorders
    Disorders of the dermal connective tissue
    Disorders of subcutaneous tissue --- Disorders of melanocytes
    Disorders of the oral genital integument.
    Part 3. Disorders of the skin appendages. Disorders of the sebaceous glands
    Disorders of the eccrine and apocrine glands
    Disorders of the hair and nails.
    Part 4. Disorders due to the environment. Disorders due to ultraviolet radiation
    Skin changes due to other physical and chemical factors.
    Part 5. Neurocutaneous and psychocutaneous aspects of skin disease. Neurocutaneous and pshychocutaneous skin disease.
    Part 6. Skin changes across the span of life. From birth to old age.
    Part 7. Neoplasia. Carcinogenesis
    Epidermal and appendageal tumors
    Melanocytic tumors
    Tumors and hyperplasias of the dermis and subcutaneous fat.
    Part 8. The skin in systemic disease. Skin in nutritional, metabolic, and heritable disease
    Skin manifestations of bone marrow or blood chemistry disorders
    Skin manifestations of internal organ disorders
    The skin in vascular and connective tissue and other autoimmune disorders
    The skin in inflammatory and other vascular disorders.
    Part 9. Disease due to microbial agents, infestations, bites, and stings. Bacterial disease
    Fungal diseases
    Viral and rickettsial diseases ; Sexually transmitted diseases
    Infestations, bites and stings.
    Part 10. Occupational skin diseases and skin diseases due to biologic warfare. Occupational skin diseases
    The skin in bioterrorism and biologic warfare.
    Part 11. Therapeutics. Topical therapy
    Systemic therapy ; Physical treatments
    Complementary and alternative dermatology
    Surgery in dermatology
    Cosmetic dermatology.
    Digital Access AccessMedicine 2012