The definitive guide to one of the world’s most prevalent dermatologic conditions
Onychomycosis is a fungal nail disease that accounts for 40% of all nail disorders, affecting 1 out of 10 people at some stage in their lives. Compiled by leading dermatologists with expert knowledge of the condition, Onychomycosis: Diagnosis and Effective Management provides a clear and clinically focused reference tool for those looking to treat patients expediently and successfully.
This in-depth guide covers all aspects of disease management, from differential diagnosis and lab analysis to topical and systemic treatments. Designed to be a functional and accessible resource, the text also highlights key learning points, with real-life case studies and helpful take-home messages included in each chapter. Coverage of recent innovations and cutting-edge methods ensure the content is relevant to today’s dermatologists, while thorough explanations of routine techniques, prognostic factors, and epidemiology make this is an excellent handbook for anyone studying the disease for the first time. The book features:
- A complete guide to the diagnosis and treatment of this common disorder
- Key learning points, case studies, and take-home messages to aid quick and easy consultation
- Insights from world-renowned dermatological experts from North America and Europe
- Over 70 illustrations
Onychomycosis is a reliable, easy-to-use companion for trainees and experienced specialists alike, and an invaluable asset to any clinic treating nail conditions.
- Dimitris Rigopoulos Editor
- Boni Elewski Editor
- Bertrand Richert Editor
- English Published