• Acquired hypermelanosis
• Genetic hypermelanosis
• Acquired hypomelanosis
• Genetic hypomelanosis
• Drug induced discoloration
• Inflammatory induced discoloration
• Nail discoloration
• Non-melanocytic pigment disorders
• Miscellaneous pigment disorders.
This book provides a guide to the diagnosis and management of pigmentary disorders. Each chapter explores a different clinical case to give the reader an interdisciplinary understanding of treatment options. Particular attention is given to the treatment of hypopigmentation, hypomelanosis and discoloration with cases highlighting the effects of drug intake, genetic alterations and the polluted environment. Clinical Cases in Pigmentary Disordersexamines therapeutic approaches through evidence-based best practice techniques and is relevant to dermatologists, oncologists, pharmacologists and pathologists.
• Contains practical guidance to board certified dermatologists and dermatologists in training
• Carefully themed to allow readers to gain a thorough practical knowledge of the wide range of cases they may see
• Carefully illustrated to highlight key diagnosis and management methods