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Author Koo, John Y. M

Title Psychocutaneous Medicine
Published Hoboken : CRC Press, 2003


Description 1 online resource (495 pages)
Series Basic and Clinical Dermatology
Basic and clinical dermatology.
Contents Front Cover; Preface; Contents; Contributors; Chapter 1. General Approach to Evaluating Psychodermatological Disorders; Chapter 2. The ''Third Ear'' of the Dermatologist; Chapter 3. Liaison Dermatology; Chapter 4. International Consensus on Care of Psychodermatological Patients; Chapter 5. Stress and Emotions in Skin Diseases; Chapter 6. Psychoneuroendocrinimmunodermatology; Chapter 7. Psychophysiological Aspects of Atopic Dermatitis; Chapter 8. Pathogenesis of Atopic Dermatitis; Chapter 9. Practical Issues in the Management of the Delusional Patient; Chapter 10. Delusional Parasitosis
Chapter 11. Body Dysmorphic Disorder*Chapter 12. The Spectrum of Dermatological Self-Mutilation and Self-Destruction Including Dermatitis Artefacta and Neurotic Excoriations; Chapter 13. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders in Dermatology Patients; Chapter 14. Trichotillomania; Chapter 15. Psychosocial Effects of Skin Disease on the Patient; Chapter 16. Depression and Dermatological Disorders; Chapter 17. Psychosocial Impact of Androgenetic Alopecia; Chapter 18. The Coping Challenges Facing Melanoma Patients
Chapter 19. The Impact of Atopic Dermatitis on the Quality of Life of the Pediatric PatientChapter 20. Health-Related Quality-of-Life Instruments for Psoriasis; Chapter 21. Cutaneous Sensory Disorder; Chapter 22. Psychological Aspects of Acne; Chapter 23. Psychiatric Issues in Vitiligo; Chapter 24. Psychological Impact of Aging and the Skin; Chapter 25. Skin Disease and Sexuality; Chapter 26. Psychiatric Issues in Cutaneous Surgery; Chapter 27. Nonpharmacological Treatments in Psychodermatology; Chapter 28. The Use of Psychotropic Medications in Dermatology; Index; Back Cover
Summary This reference presents research and clinical developments in the field, presenting comprehensive, problem-focused approaches to psychodermatology. It offers a panoramic perspective of worldwide research efforts to improve the understanding and treatment of the psychodermatological patient
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Subject Medicine, Psychosomatic.
Skin -- Diseases -- Psychological aspects
Skin -- Diseases -- Psychosomatic aspects.
Skin -- Diseases -- Social aspects
Psychosomatic Medicine
Medicine, Psychosomatic
Skin -- Diseases -- Psychological aspects
Skin -- Diseases -- Psychosomatic aspects
Skin -- Diseases -- Social aspects
Form Electronic book
Author Lee, Chai Sue
ISBN 9781135530839