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    Joshua A. Zeichner, editor.
    Summary: Dermatologists commonly treat acne, which affects 40 to 50 million Americans each year and about 85 percent of all patients at some point in their lives. Dermatologists, primary care doctors, and pediatricians see these patients every day in practice. It is important to treat the skin effectively not only to reduce the risk of physical scarring, but also to address the negative psychosocial impact this disease carries. Improving the skin can improve self-confidence, interpersonal relationships, and performance in school or at work. Acneiform Eruptions in Dermatology is a practical, full-color guide to the differential diagnosis of acne vulgaris and the treatment of acne-like conditions. It is organized into sections by subtype of condition (e.g., infections, genetic syndromes, medication-caused) and includes a section of variants of acne that may be misdiagnosed. Within the sections, individual chapters discuss each variant of the condition and begin with a helpful bulleted summary of its defining clinical features. Extensive color clinical images appear throughout the book.

    Contents:
    Section 1. Acne Vulgaris
    1. Acne Pathophysiology
    2. Clinical Presentation of Acne
    3. Topical Therapies for Acne
    4. Systemic Therapies for Acne
    5. Laser and Light Based Therapies for Acne
    Section 2. Infectious Diseases Mimicking Acne Vulgaris
    6. Bacterial Folliculitis
    7. Gram Negative Folliculitis
    8. Hot Tub Folliculitis
    9. Pityrosporum Folliculitis
    10. Tinea Barbae
    11. Flat Warts
    12. Molluscum Contagiosum
    13. Herpes Simplex Virus
    14. Varicella Zoster Virus
    Section 3. Variants of Acne Vulgaris
    15. Acne Conglobata
    16. Acne Excoriee
    17. Acne Fulminans
    18. Acne Mechanica
    19. Cushing Syndrome
    20. PAPA Syndrome
    21. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
    22. Pomade Acne
    23. Post-Adolescent Female Acne
    24. SAPHO Syndrome
    Section 4. Genetic Syndromes Mimicking Acne Vulgaris
    25. Apert Syndrome
    26. Birt Hogg Dube Syndrome
    27. Brooke Spiegler Syndrome
    28. Cowden Syndrome
    29. Gardner Syndrome
    30. Gorlin Syndrome
    31. Muir Torre Syndrome
    32. Reed Syndrome
    33. Tuberous Sclerosis
    Section 5. Other Mimickers of Acne Vulgaris
    34. Acne Scarring
    35. Eosinophilic Pustular Folliculitis
    36. Favre Racouchot
    37. Hidradenitis Suppurativa
    38. Perioral Dermatitis
    39. Photocontact Dermatitis
    40. Postinflammatory Pigmetnation
    41. Pseudofolliculitis Barbae
    42. Pustular Psoriasis
    43. Rosacea
    44. Rosacea Fulminans
    45. Sarcoidosis
    46. Seborrheic Dermatitis
    47. Steatocystoma Multiplex
    48. Xanthomas
    Section 6. Pediatric Dermatoses Mimicking Acne
    49. Periorifical Granulomatous Dermatitis
    50. Keratosis Pilaris Atrophicans
    51. Neonatal and Infantile Acne
    52. Papular Granuloma Annulare
    53. Precocious Puberty
    Section 7. Drug Induced Acneiform Eruptions
    54. Drug Induced Acneiform Eruptions.
    Digital Access Springer 2014