ePodiatry Home
Podiatry Newsletter
Educational Resources
Podiatry Books  
Foot Problems  






Web site designers

ABC of Dermatology

"This little gem is a worthy challenger to all introductory texts and may wind up champion."

ABC of Dermatology

ABC of Dermatology
Editor: PK Buxton

Publisher: British Medical Journal; 4th edition (2003); pages

Back to podiatry book list


This new edition of ABC of Dermatology which includes color photographs, line diagrams and algorithms as well as revised chapters on immunology, practical procedures, and internal diseases. Twenty-two chapters discuss the symptoms, clinical appearance, and pathology of a few key common conditions and are then used as models for comparison with other skin diseases. Topics in ABC of Dermatology include psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, blisters, rashes, leg ulcers, acne, hair and scalp, nails, infections, HIV, autoimmunity, and the skin and systemic disease.

Review of ABC of Dermatology:

"This little gem is a worthy challenger to all introductory texts and may wind up champion."
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology

Contents of ABC of Dermatology:

Psoriasis; treatment of psoriasis; eczema and dermatitis; treatment of eczema and inflammatory dermatoses; rashes with epidermal changes; rashes arising in the dermis; blisters and pustules; leg ulcers; acne and rosacea; bacterial infection; viral infections; HIV and AIDS; fungal and yeast infections; insect bites and infestations; the hair and sclap; diseases of the nails; lumps and bumps; black spots in the skin; practical procedures - how to do them and where to use them; immunology and the skin; the skin and systematic disease; UV light and the skin; tropical skin diseases.



Secure purchase ABC of Dermatology here in conjunction with ABC of Dermatology, Amazon purchase

Click on your flag to order:

ABC of Dermatology, USA purchase
ABC of Dermatology, United Kingdom purchase
ABC of Dermatology, Australia purchase
ABC of Dermatology, Canada purchase
USA customers click here:      


How safe is buying online?
It is safer to pay online than it is to give your credit card to a waiter at a restaurant. ePodiatry’s partners use encryption technology to convert your personal account details into a secret code which is sent over the internet. Anyone trying to crack the code is looking for a 1 in 1,099,511,627,766 combination! ePodiatry does not have access to your personal information from our partners.

ABC of Dermatology, Amazon purchase

Amazon.com is based in USA, Canada, UK, Germany, France and Japan. They offer an excellent level of service and reasonable shipping charges to clients in countries outside of these (especially Australia, New Zealand and South Africa).

In addition, ePodiatry offers a guarantee of a full refund if not satisfied when ABC of Dermatology is ordered when clicking on one of the flags above to place your order.

Back to podiatric book list


Links of relevance to ABC of Dermatology

Learning resources for dermatology

Dermatology journals and organizations

Color Atlas of Foot & Ankle Dermatology

Cutaneous disorders of the Lower Extremity

Nails: Appearance and therapy

Diseases of the Nails and Their Management

Text Atlas of Podiatric Dermatology

Colour Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology

Dermatology Secrets in Color

Andrews' Diseases of the Skin: Clinical Dermatology

Podiatry conferences

Podiatric news

Find a Podiatrist

Find a Podiatrist in Oklahoma

Podiatrists in Maine

Patient resources:

Foot care products

Cracked heel


Corns & callus

Dry skin

Ingrown toe nails

Sweaty feet

Fungal infection - skin

Fungal infection - nails


ABC of Dermatology

Site Map