(BQ) Part 1 book "Requisites in dermatology - Pediatric dermatology" presents the following contents: Dermatitis, papulosquamous skin eruptions, acne and related disorders, infections and infestations, vascular birthmarks in children.
Birthmarks are among the most common types of anomalies encountered by the pediatrician
in practice. Moreover, they are a source of significant concern for parents
regardless of whether they are associated with an underlying systemic abnormality.
Pediatricians are often called upon in the neonatal period to establish the diagnosis
and direct management. Recognition of the types of birthmarks that require additional
evaluation or herald a potentially problematic course is essential when examining an
Every medical or surgical specialty has emergencies that are somewhat
specific to that specialty. This is also true in obstetrics and gynecology.
However, several characteristics set the specialty of Ob/Gyn apart from
all others. Not only can nearly all of the emergencies seen in other specialties
be seen in the field of Ob/Gyn, but pregnancy also brings a new and unique
dimension to emergency situations in our specialty.
The overarching thesis of this book is that the prevailing biomolecular
model of disease is too restricted for clinical use.
It took me many years to come to that conclusion. I was pushed
to come to that view through my experiences with patients who
did not fit the narrow model. Too many exceptions forced me to
find an expanded model of disease. These are the stories of those
patients and my interaction with them as a physician over a fiftyyear