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This concise, easy-to-read book summarizes the current clinical evidence and basic science relating to aging and the skin, assisting the clinician in addressing skin problems in older dermatologic patients. Each chapter focuses on a particular area in which new knowledge has rapidly emerged over the past 5 years, ensuring that the book is completely up-to-date. Recent insights into aging skin from basic and translational science are first discussed, covering the underlying genetics and the potential role of topical agents and procedures in reversing the aging process. Evidence-based prescribing in older patients is then explained, and the evidence relating to treatments for psoriasis, reviewed. Further chapters in Geriatric Dermatology address non-surgical treatment options for basal cell carcinoma, the increase in and management of sexually transmitted diseases in older dermatology patients, and cutaneous signs of elder mistreatment. Case vignettes and informative illustrations assist the reader in quickly grasping the connection between an age-related process and its clinical impact. Geriatric Dermatology is written for dermatologists, research scientists with translational interest, geriatricians, and gerontologists.
|Publication date:||30th June 2015|
|Author:||Anne Lynn S. Chang|
|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing AG|
|Categories:||Dermatology, Geriatric medicine, General practice,|
Anne Lynn S. Chang, MD, FAAD, is Assistant Professor of Dermatology at Stanford University and Director of Dermatological Clinical Trials and of the Advanced Basal Cell Carcinoma Clinic at Stanford Medicine Outpatient Center, Redwood City, California. Dr. Chang gained her medical degree from Harvard University and later undertook a Fellowship and a Residency in Dermatology at Stanford University School of Medicine. She became a Diplomate of the American Board of Dermatology in 2007 and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. Dr. Chang has been the recipient of a Dermatology Foundation Career Development Award and is a current American ...More About Anne Lynn S. Chang