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    Klaus Wolff, Richard Allen Johnson, Arturo P. Saavedra, Ellen K. Roh.
    Part I: Disorders presenting in the skin and mucous membranes. Disorders of sebaceous, eccrine and apocrine glands -- Eczema/dermatitis -- Psoriasis, psoriasiform, and pityriasiform dermatoses -- Ichthyoses -- Miscellaneous epidermal disorders -- Genetic and acquired bullous diseases -- Neutrophil-mediated diseases -- The acutely ill and hospitalized patient -- Benign neoplasms and hyperplasias -- Photosensitivity, photo-induced disorders, and disorders by ionizing radiation -- Precancerous lesions and cutaneous carcinomas -- Melanoma precursors and primary cutaneous melanoma -- Pigmentary disorders -- Part II: Dermatology and internal medicine. The skin in immune, autoimmune, autoinflammatory, and rheumatic disorders -- Endocrine, metabolic, and nutritional diseases -- Genetic diseases -- Skin signs of vascular insufficiency -- Skin signs of renal insufficiency -- Skin signs of systemic cancers -- Skin signs of hematologic disease -- Cutaneous lymphomas and sarcoma -- Skin diseases in organ and bone marrow transplantation -- Adverse cutaneous drug reactions -- Disorders of psychiatric etiology -- Part III: Diseases caused by microbial agents. Bacterial colonizations and infections of skin and soft tissues -- Fungal infections of the skin, hair, and nails -- Viral diseases of skin and mucosa -- Arthropod bites, stings, and cutaneous infestations -- Systemic parasitic infections -- Sexually transmitted diseases -- Part IV: Skin signs of hair, nail, and mucosal disorders. Disorders of hair follicles and related disorders -- Disorders of the nail apparatus -- Disorders of the mouth -- Disorders of the genitalia, perineum, and anus -- Generalized pruritus without skin lesions (pruritus sine materia) -- Appendices. Differential diagnosis of pigmented lesions -- Drug use in pregnancy -- Dermatologic manifestations of diseases inflicted by biologic warfare/bioterrorism -- Chemical bioterrorism and industrial accidents.
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