THE CLINICIAN'S GUIDE TO DERMATOLOGIC DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS. 2ND EDITION. 2 VOLUME SET

THE CLINICIAN'S GUIDE TO DERMATOLOGIC DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS. 2ND EDITION. 2 VOLUME SET

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Volume 1: The Text
• Abdominal Pain, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Abscess (Sterile and Non-Sterile)
• Acanthosis Nigricans-Like Lesions
• Acidosis and Rash in the Newborn
• Acneiform Eruptions
• Acral Cyanosis
• Acral Erythema
• Acral Erythema and Scale With or Without Linear Cutoff
• Acral Papules and Nodules; Knuckle Papules; Papules, Digital
• Acrochordons (Skin Tags)
• Acromegalic Features
• Acro-osteolysis
• Adrenal Disease, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Ainhum
• Alopecia
• Alopecia and Structural Abnormalities of the Nose and Hands
• Alopecia, Eyebrows
• Alopecia in Neonates, Infants, and Toddlers
• Alveolar Hemorrhage
• Angioedema
• Angiokeratoma Corporis Diffusum
• Annular Lesions of Penis with Surface Changes
• Annular Lesions with Surface Changes
• Annular Lesions Without Surface Changes
• Annular Scars
• Aortic Disease in the Young
• Aphthous Stomatitis
• Arthritis and Rash (Polyarthritis and Monoarthritis)
• Aseptic Meningitis, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Atrichia and Nail Abnormalities
• Atrophic Glossitis
• Atrophic Lesions
• Autoinflammatory Diseases
• Bariatric Surgery, Cutaneous Signs of Nutrient Deficiency
• Basal Cell Carcinoma Syndromes
• Bioweapons
• Black Dermatologic Entities
• Black Oral Lesions
• Blaschko-esque Entities
• Blindness, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Blue Lunulae
• Blue Sclerae
• Blue Spots
• Blueberry Muffin Lesions, Neonate
• Breast Asymmetry
• Breast Cancer, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Breast Hypertrophy (Gynecomastia) and Breast Masses
• Breast Lesions
• Buffalo Hump (Cervicodorsal Lipodystrophy)
• Bullae and/or Vesicles
• Bullae, HemorrhagicBullae, Hemorrhagic, Septic
• Bullae in the Neonate
• Bullae in Infants and Children
• Bullae of the Fingers or Toes
• Bullae, Transient, in Infants
• Burning Tongue
• Butterfly Rash
• Caf้ Au Lait Macules (CALMs), Associations
• Cardiac and/or Cardiovascular Disease and Skin Lesions
• CDKN2a with p14 LOSS
• Cellulitis in the Immunocompromised Host
• Cellulitis, Infections in the Immunocompetent Host
• Cellulitis (Pseudocellulitis), Non-infectious Etiologies
• Cerebriform Lesions
• Chalky Material Extruded From Lesions
• Cheilitis (Crusted Lips)
• Chemotherapy, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Chest Wall Tumors
• Cleft Lip and/or Palate (Associated Skin Disorders)
• Coarse Facies and Coarse Facial Skin
• Cobblestone Appearance of Skin
• Cobblestone Appearance of the Oral Mucosa
• Cocaine Use, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Concentric Lesions
• Conjunctival Lesions, Pigmented
• Craniosynostosis
• Cutaneous Horns
• Cutis Laxa-like Appearance
• Cutis Verticis Gyrata
• Cysts With or Without Drainage
• Deafness or Hearing Impairment, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Dermatitis (Spongiotic), Differential Diagnosis
• Dermatitis, Facial, Pediatric
• Dermatitis, Periorbital
• Dermatitis, Periorificial
• Dermatographism
• Desmoplakin Mutations
• Diabetes Mellitus, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Diarrhea, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Dimples
• Doughy Skin
• Drug Abuse, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Dyschromatosis (Hypopigmentation and Hyperpigmentation)
• Dyshidrosis
• Ear Lesions
• Ear, Hard (Petrified Auricles)
• Ears, Red
• Edema
• Edema, Hands
• Edema, Head
• Edema, Legs
• Erosions (Superficial Ulcers)
• Erythroderma (Exfoliative Erythroderma)
• Erythrodermic Infant
• Eschars
• Esophageal and Cutaneous Disease
• Exanthem
• Exfoliation (Desquamation)
• Eyelid Lesions
• Eyes, Red and Rash
• Facial Asymmetry
• Facial Dermatitis, Scaly
• Facial Edema
• Facial Papules and Plaques
• Facial Papules
• Facial Plaques, Scarring and Non-scarring
• Facial Scars
• Facial Ulcers
• Facies
• Fetal Akinesia Deformation Sequence
• Fever and Rash, Noninfectious
• Fever, Arthritis, and Exanthem
• Fibromatoses in Children
• Fibrous Tumors, Differential Diagnosis
• Figurate Erythemas
• Fingertip Lesions
• Fingertip Necrosis
• Fingertip Ulcers
• Flushing Disorders
• Follicular Plugging
• Foot Ulcers
• Freckling of Hands
• Gastrointestinal Cancer and Skin Lesions
• Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage and Skin Lesions
• Gastrointestinal Polyposis and Skin
• Gingival Hyperplasia
• Gingivitis
• Glomerulonephritis, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Granulomas
• Granulomatosis With Polyangiitis, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Green Pigmentation
• Hair Abnormalities
• Hair Breakage
• Hair Shaft Nodules or Nits (Particulate Matter)
• Hair, Premature Graying
• Heart Block and Rash
• Heart Failure, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Heliotrope
• Hematologic Malignancies, Cutaneous Signs
• Hemihypertrophy (Asymmetric Overgrowth Syndromes)Herpetiform Lesions
• Heterochromia Iridum (Iridis)
• Hoarseness, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Human Papilloma Virus-Associated Immunodeficiency Syndromes
• Hyperhidrosis
• Hyperkeratotic Lesions
• Hyperkeratotic Lesions of Feet
• Hyperkeratotic Lesions of Hands
• Hyperkeratotic Lesions of the Nipples
• Hyperpigmentation in Blaschko's Lines
• Hyperpigmentation, Diffuse
• Hyperpigmentation, Facial
• Hyperpigmentation, Flagellate
• Hyperpigmentation, Paronychial
• Hyperpigmentation, Patchy
• Hyperpigmentation, Segmental or Zosteriform
• Hyperpigmented Lesions, Discrete Annular
• Hypertrichosis, Generalized
• Hypertrichosis, Localized
• Hypohidrosis (Anhidrosis)
• Hypopigmented Patches or Plaques
• Hypoplasia of Distal Phalanges
• Hypotrichosis With Growth and Mental Retardation
• Ichthyosiform Eruptions
• Immune Deficiency Syndromes with Bacterial Infections
• Inguinal Lymphadenitis and Rash
• Intertrigo, Including Diaper Dermatitis
• Iris Lesions, Pigmented
• Islands of Sparing
• Kaposi's Sarcoma, Differential Diagnosis
• Kinky Hair
• Knuckle Papules
• Knuckles, Pebbly, With Scarring
• Lacrimal Gland, Enlarged
• Lentigines
• Leonine Facies
• Leukoderma, Guttate
• Leukonychia
• Leukoplakia
• Linear Erythronychia
• Linear Hypopigmentation
• Linear Lesions
• Linear Lesions Following Veins
• Lip Lesions, Pigmented
• Lip Papules
• Lip Pits
• Lips, Swollen
• Lipoma Syndromes
• Lithium, Cutaneous Side Effects
• Livedo Reticularis With or Without Necrosis
• Liver Disease, Cutaneous Manifestations and Hepatic Abnormalities of Skin Disease
• Lymphadenopathy for the Dermatologist
• Macrocephaly
• Macrodactyly (Enlarged Digit)
• Malodorous Skin Conditions
• Marfanoid Features
• Masses of the Head and Neck
• Melanoma, Clinical Simulators
• Melanonychia
• Microcephaly
• Micronychia and Anonychia
• Midline Facial Nodules of Children
• Midline Nasal Masses
• Milia or Milia-Like Lesions (Fine White Papules)
• Monoclonal Gammopathy, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Mucinoses
• Mucocutaneous Candidiasis Syndromes
• Muscle Weakness and Rash
• Myocarditis, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Nail Abnormalities
• Nasal Infiltration or Enlargement
• Nasal Septal Ulceration/Perforations (Rhinophagic Ulceration)
• Neck Lesions
• Neck Papules
• Necrosis
• Neural Tube Dysraphism
• Nevi, Associated Syndromes
• Nipple Dermatitis
• Nipple Lesions
• No Fingerprint Syndromes (Adermatoglyphia, Absent Dermatoglyphics)
• Nodules, Congenital
• Nodules, Foot
• Nodules, Juxta-Articular
• Nodules, Knee
• Nodules, Multilobulated
• Nodules, Multiple, Subcutaneous
• Nodule, Red, Face
• Nodule, Red, Hand
• Nodule, Red, Extremities
• Nodules, Red or Violaceous, Vascular Appearance
• Nodules, Skin Colored
• Nodules, Ulcerated
• Nodules, Unspecified Location
• Normal Skin (Barely Perceptible Lesions)
• Obesity Syndromes/Protuberant Abdomen
• Onycholysis
• Oral Mucosa, Blue Pigmentation
• Oral Mucosa, Cysts
• Oral Mucosa, Hyperpigmentation
• Oral Mucosa, Nodules
• Oral Mucosa, Ulceration
• Oral Mucosa, Verrucous and Vegetating Lesions
• Osteoma Cutis
• Overgrowth Syndromes
• P63-Associated Disorders
• Painful Tumors
• Palatal Necrosis (Necrotic Ulcers of the Palate)
• Palmar and/or Plantar Erythema
• Palmar and/or Plantar Nodules
• Palmar Pits and Punctate Keratoses/Dyshidrosis-like Lesions
• Palmoplantar Keratodermas
• Palmoplantar Keratodermas With Atrichia or Hypotrichosis
• Papules, Crusted
• Papules, Digital
• Papules, Dirty Brown
• Papules, Distal Digital, White
• Papules, Facial, Solitary
• Papules, Flat-Topped
• Papules, Follicular (Folliculocentric, Including Folliculitis)
• Papules, Hyperkeratotic
• Papules and Nodules, Hyperpigmented (With or Without Hyperkeratosis)
• Papules, Hyperpigmented With Hypertrichosis
• Papules of the Nose
• Papules, Periorbital
• Papules, Red
• Papules, Skin Colored
• Papules, Unspecified
• Papulosquamous Eruptions
• Paraneoplastic Dermatoses
• Paraproteinemias, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Parathyroid Disease, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Paronychia
• Parotid Gland Enlargement
• Particulate Matter/Exfoliation
• Pedunculated (Polypoid) Lesions
• Penile Edema, Acute and Chronic
• Penile Lesions
• Penile Ulcers
• Perianal Dermatitis and Hypertrophic Plaques
• Perianal Ulcers, Single or Multiple
• Periorbital Edema/Erythema (Dermatitis)
• Periorbital Facial Nodules, Pediatric
• Periostitis
• Peripheral Eosinophilia
• Peripheral Neuropathy, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Phakomatoses
• Pharyngitis
• Photoeruption and Seborrheic Dermatitis-Like Eruption
• Pigmentary Retinopathy or Cone-Rod Dystrophy with Dermatologic Manifestations
• Pituitary Disease, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Pityriasis Rosea-Like Eruptions
• Plantar Erythema
• Pneumonia and Pneumonia-associated Disease, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Poikilodermas of Adulthood
• Poikilodermas of Childhood
• Poliosis, Localized or Generalized (Canites)
• Polydactyly (PPD, PAP, and Complex Types)
• Pore
• Port Wine Stain
• Preauricular Sinuses (Ear Pits)
• Pregnancy, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Premature Aging Syndromes (Progeroid Syndromes)
• Primary Immunodeficiency and Granuloma Formation
• Proptosis
• Pruritic Tumors
• Pruritus, Anal
• Pruritus, Erythematous Papules
• Pruritus, Generalized, Without Primary Skin Lesions
• Pruritus, Vulvar
• Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum-Like Lesions
• Psoriasiform Dermatitis
• Psoriasiform Plaque, Focal or Solitary
• Pterygium (Webbing)
• Pterygium of the Nail
• Puberty, Delayed (Hypogonadism)
• Puberty, Premature
• Pulmonary Disease Associated with Skin Disease
• Pulsatile Papules
• Punctate and Reticulate Hyperpigmentation
• Purpura
• Purpura, Neonatal
• Purpuric Rash and Fever
• Pustular and Vesiculopustular Eruptions in the Newborn
• Pustules and Pustular Eruptions of the Palms and Soles
• Pustules and Pustular Eruptions
• Red Chest
• Red Elbow
• Red Face
• Red Feet
• Red Nose
• Red Patch
• Red Plaque
• Red Scrotum
• Redundant Skin
• Renal Failure, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Renal Tumors
• Reticulated Eruptions
• Reticulated Hyperpigmentation
• Rhinophymatous Eruptions
• Rippling of Skin
• Rosette Lesions
• Saddle Nose Deformity
• Scalp Cysts
• Scalp Dermatitis
• Scalp Nodules
• Scalp Poliosis
• Scalp, Red Plaques
• Scarring of Neck
• Scars, Lesions in a Scar
• Sclerodermoid Changes
• Scrotal Nodules With Erosions
• Scrotal Papules and Nodules
• Scrotal Ulcerations
• Serpiginous Lesions
• Short Stature
• Sickle Cell Disease, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Sinus Tracts (Pre-auricular Pits)
• Spiky Skin
• Spinal Dysraphism (Cutaneous Stigmata)
• Splinter Hemorrhages
• Sporotrichoid Lesions
• Spotty Pigmentation of the Face
• Striae Distensae (Stretch Marks)
• Stroke Syndromes, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Swollen Calf
• Syndactyly
• Synophrys
• Tails
• Tall Stature Syndromes
• Target Lesions
• Tattoos, Palpable/Lesions in a Tattoo
• Teeth, Abnormalities
• Telangiectasias
• Testicular Enlargement
• Thumbs
• Thyroid Disease, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Tongue, Enlarged (Macroglossia)
• Tongue, Hyperpigmentation
• Tongue, Multilobulated
• Tongue Necrosis (Lingual Necrosis)
• Tongue, Red
• Tongue, Scrotal (Plicated Tongue, Fissured Tongue)
• Tongue, Solitary Nodules
• Tongue, Ulcers
• Trichomegaly
• Tropical Fever and Rash
• Tumors, Giant
• Ulcers
• Ulcers, Leg
• Ulcers, Leg, In a Young Patient
• Umbilical Lesions
• Umbilical Nodules
• Umbilicated Lesions
• Unilateral Foot Edema
• Urticaria and Urticaria-Like Lesions
• Uveitis, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Uvula, Enlarged
• Valvular Disease, Cutaneous Manifestations
• Vasculitis, Granulomatous
• Vasculitis, Leukocytoclastic
• Vasculitis, Thrombotic
• Vasculitis, Types
• Vegetative Lesions
• Verrucous Lesions of the Legs
• Verrucous Lesions, Periungual
• Verrucous Plaques
• Vulva, Hypertrophic Lesions and Edematous Lesions
• Vulvar Edema
• Vulvar Erythema With or Without Pruritus
• Vulvar Papules and Nodules
• Vulvar Ulcers
• White Feet
• White Macules
• White Papules, Nodules, and Plaques
• Woolly Hair
• Xanthomatous Lesions
• Xerosis, Associations and Causes
• Yellow Nails
• Yellow or Skin-Colored Papules of the Neck
• Yellow Papules and Plaques
• Yellow Plaques
• Yellow Skin (Xanthoderma)
• Zebra Stripes
• Zosteriform Lesions/Segmental Disorders

Volume 2: The Atlas
• Abscess
• Acanthosis Nigricans-like Lesions
• Acneiform Lesions
• Acral Bullae
• Acral Cyanosis
• Acral Erythema
• Acral Erythema and Scale
• Acral Necrosis
• Acral Nodules
• Acral Papules
• Acral Papules and Nodules
• Acral Pits
• Acromegalic Features
• Ainhum
• Alopecia
• Alopecia of the Eyebrows
• Angloedema
• Annular Lesions of the Penis
• Annular Lesions with Scars
• Annular Lesions with Surface Change
• Annular Lesions without Surface Change
• Aphthae
• Arthritis and Rash
• Atrophic Glossitis
• Atrophy
• Black Lesions
• Blaschko-esque Entities
• Blue Spots
• Blueberry Muffin Lesions, Neonate
• Breast Asymmetry
• Breast Lesions
• Bullae
• Bullae in Children
• Bullae in Children, Acral
• Bullae, Fingers and Toes
• Bullae, Giant
• Bullae, Hemorrhagic
• Bullae, Hemorrhagic, Septic
• Bullae, Neonatal
• Butterfly Rash
• Caf้ au Lait Macules, Associations
• Cellulitis-like Lesions
• Cerebriform Lesions
• Cheilitis, Including Swollen Lips
• Clitoromegaly
• Clubbing
• Cobblestoned Oral Mucosa
• Cobblestoned Skin
• Cocaine Abuse
• Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center
• Concentric Lesions
• Conjunctivae, Hyperpigmented
• Conjunctivae, Red
• Covid-19 Rashes
• Crix Belly
• Cushingoid Appearance
• Cutaneous Horn
• Cutis Laxa-like Appearance
• Cysts
• Dermatitis
• Dermatitis of Hands or Feet
• Dermatitis of the Palms
• Dermatitis, Facial, Adult
• Dermatitis, Facial, Pediatric
• Dermatitis, Fingertips
• Dermatitis, Perianal
• Dermatitis, Periorificial, Adult
• Dermatitis, Periorificial, Pediatric
• Desquamatian (Exfolliation)
• Dimples
• Dyschromatosis
• Dyshidrosifrom Lesions
• Ear Lesions
• Ear, Hard
• Ear, Red
• Ear, Swollen
• Edema
• Edema of Fingers or Toes
• Edema of the Foot
• Edema of the Hands
• Edema of the Legs
• Elbow Plaques
• Enanthem
• Erosions
• Erythroderma
• Erythroderma in Infancy
• Eschar
• Exanthem
• Exophthalmos
• Eyelid Lesions
• Eyes, Red
• Facial Asymmetry
• Facial Edema
• Facial Papules
• Facial Papules and Plaques
• Facial Plaques
• Facial Scars
• Facial Ulcer
• Facies
• Fever and Rash
• Filiform Lesions
• Fingertip Lesions
• Fingertip or Toetip Necrosis
• Fingertip or Toetip Ulcer
• Fissures
• Flagellate
• Flushing
• Foot Ulcers
• Gingival Hyperplasia
• Gingivitis
• Green Skin
• Hair Nodules (Particulate Matter)
• Hair, Unruly
• Hemihypertrophy
• Herpetiform Lesions
• Hyperelastic Skin
• Hyperkeratotic Lesions
• Hyperkeratotic Lesions of Feet
• Hyperkeratotic Lesions of Hands
• Hyperpigmentation, Discrete, Annular
• Hyperpigmentation, Generalized
• Hyperpigmentation, Patchy
• Hyperpigmented Plaques
• Hypertrichosis, Generalized
• Hypertrichosis, Localized
• Hypopigmented Papules
• Hypopigmented Patches
• Ichthyosiform Eruptions
• Intertrigo
• Iris Lesions, Pigmented
• Islands of Sparing
• Knee Lesions
• Knuckle Papules
• Koilonychia
• Lacrimal Gland Enlargement
• Lentigines
• Leonine Facies
• Leukonychia
• Leukoplakia
• Linear Lesions
• Linear Lesions Over Veins or Lymphatics
• Lip Lesions
• Lip Papules
• Lip Pigmentation
• Lip Ulcer
• Livedo Reticularis With or Without Necrosis
• LymphadenopathyMacrocephaly
• Macrodactyly
• Macromano
• Marfanoid Features
• Melanoma
• Mimickers
• Melanonychia
• Micronychia and Anonychia
• Milia
• Mountain Range Lesions
• Nails
• Nails, Hyperkeratotic
• Nasal Destruction, Septal Perforation, or Ulcer
• Nasal Infiltration and/or Enlargement
• Neck Lesions
• Neck Papules
• Necrosis
• Nevi
• Nipple Dermatitis
• Nipple Lesions
• Nodules of the Elbows
• Nodules of the Foot
• Nodules of the Hands
• Nodules of the Knee
• Nodules, Juxta-articular
• Nodules, Multilobulated
• Nodules, Multiple Subcutaneous
• Nodules, Purple Plum
• Nodules, Red
• Nodules Red, of the Extremities
• Nodules, Red, of the Face
• Nodules Red, of the Hand
• Nodules, Skin Colored
• Nodules, Ulcerated
• Nodules, Vascular Appearance
• Normal Skin (Barely Perceptible Lesions)
• Onycholysis
• Oral Mucosa, Red Plaques
• Oral Mucosa, Ulceration
• Oral Mucosal Pigmentation
• Oral Nodules
• Oral Vegetative Lesions
• Palmar and/or Plantar Pits and Punctate Keratoses
• Palmar Erythema
• Palmoplantar Keratoderma
• Papules and Nodules, Hyperpigmented
• Papules, Crusted
• Papules, Dirty Brown
• Papules, Flat-topped
• Papules, Follicular
• Papules, Hyperkeratotic
• Papules, Red
• Papulosquamous Eruptions
• Papulovesicles
• Paraneoplastic Disorders
• Paronychia
• Parotid Gland Enlargement
• Particulate Matter
• Peau d’Orange
• Pebbly Skin
• Pedunculated Lesions
• Penile Lesions
• Penile Ulcers
• Perianal Ulcers, Single or Multiple
• Perianal Dermatitis
• Perianal Nodules
• Periarticular Erythema
• Perifollicular Erythema
• Periorbital Edema, Erythema
• Periorbital Papules
• Photodermatitis-Seborrheic Dermatitis
• Pityriasis Rosea-like
• Plantar Nodules
• Poikilodermas, Childhood and Adulthood
• Pore
• Pruritus Without Rash
• Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum-like Changes
• Psoriasifrom Dermatitis
• Psoriasiform Plaque, Solitary or Localized
• Pterygium of the Nails
• Pterygium Unguis Inversum
• Purpura
• Purpura in the Neonate
• Purpura of the Face
• Purpura with Fever
• Pustular Eruptions
• Pustular Eruptions of Infancy
• Pustular Eruptions of the Face
• Pustular Eruptions of the Neonate
• Pustular Eruptions of the Palms and Soles
• Red Elbow
• Red Face
• Red Feet
• Red Hand
• Red Knee
• Red Leg
• Red Lunula
• Red Nose
• Red Patch
• Red Plaque
• Red Scrotum
• Redundant Skin
• Reticulated
• Reticulated Hyperpigmentation
• Rosette Lesions
• Scalp Dermatitis
• Scalp Nodules
• Scalp Ulcers
• Scalp, Red Plaques
• Scars, Lesions in Scars
• Sclerodermoid Changes
• Scrotal Edema
• Scrotal Papules and Nodules
• Scrotal Ulcers
• Serpiginous Lesions
• Short Stature
• Sinus Tracts
• Sporotrichoid Pattern
• Stellate Lesions
• Strange But True
• Striae
• Syndactyly
• Targetoid Lesions
• Tattoos
• Tattoos, Concentration Camp
• Teeth, Abnormalities
• Telangiectasias
• Tongue Hyperpigmentation
• Tongue Lesions
• Tongue Papules
• Tongue Ulcers
• Tongue, Enlarged (Macroglossia)
• Tongue, Multilobulated
• Tongue, Red
• Trichomegaly
• Tumors, Giant
• Ulcers
• Ulcers of the Foot
• Ulcers of the Hand
• Ulcers of the Leg
• Umbilical Lesions
• Umbilicated Lesions
• Urticaria and Urticarial-like Lesions
• Uvula
• Vegetative Plaques
• Verrucous Plaques
• Vulvar Edema
• Vulvar Erythema
• Vulvar Hyperpigmentation
• Vulvar Hypertrophic Plaques
• Vulvar Papules and Nodules
• Vulvar Ulcers
• Wallace’s Line
• White Macules or Patches
• White Papules, Nodules, or Plaques
• Xerosis
• Yellow Papules and Nodules
• Yellow Skin
• Zebra Stripes
• Zosteriform Eruptions.

Over a decade has passed since the original edition of The Clinician's Guide to Dermatologic Differential Diagnosis first came out. This massive two volume, second edition undertaking features over 4,000 new photographs of rare and puzzingly symptoms, 98 new chapters, and presents a complete update on all references and new findings since the original publication.
This two volume set is designed to assist in the diagnosis of skin disease by presenting a unique and comprehensive approach to differential diagnosis. Organized alphabetically by physical finding each book in the set is meticulously put together for utility and usability. Volume 1 features a comprehensive list of the variety of physical findings a patient might have. It is the text of the work. Volume 2 serves as the atlas with which to cross reference a physical finding. It includes over 10,000 patient photos and strives to feature the rarer, more difficult to encounter pictures to arm the reader with knowledge beyond the basic.
Created purely with the reader in mind, The Clinician's Guide to Dermatologic Differential Diagnosis, 2nd Edition strives to enhance the learning and teaching of differential diagnosis within dermatology. These texts are for the patient that defies diagnosis, going through checklists of diseases ensures that no clue is missed in aiding the patient. The sincere hope is that these companion volumes will be helpful in all clinical setting from medical clinic and other specialty clinics to the Dermatology clinic, from medical students to attendings, and from the nurses to the physicians assistants, whether in the academic setting or in the community environment anywhere in the world.

Features
• New edition of differential diagnoses in dermatology over a decade in the making
• Two volume set organized alphabetically by physical finding
• Includes over 10,000 photos, 4,000 of which are brand new for this edition
• Features 98 new chapters
• Completely updated references for readers to refer back to primary cases

Authors
• Paul I Schneiderman, MDClinical Professor of DermatologyColumbia Presbyterian Medical CenterColumbia University School of MedicineNew York, NY
• Marc E Grossman, MDVisiting Professor Department of DermatologyYale University New Haven, CT