Licensed books on medicine
Skin and venereal diseases
Skin and venereal diseases
| Tables || Skin and venereal diseases || 2011 |
Description of diseases throughout the course of the CAB in the tables: etiology, classification, symptoms, treatment.
| Crib || Dermatovenereology || 2011 |
Answers to the exam on dermatovenerology. Contains brief, concise answers to 118 exam questions.
| Cribs || Dermatovenereology || 2011 |
The skin is an element of the body's immune system, the protective covering of a person, which has an effect on the functioning of all internal organs and systems. The skin performs a number of vital functions that ensure the normal functioning of all body systems. Informative answers to all questions of the course "Dermatovenereology" in accordance with the State Standard. The structure and function of the skin Skin Appendages Scabies. Etiology, pathogenesis, scabies clinic. Diagnosis, treatment, prevention Lice Atopic dermatitis. Etiology, pathogenesis, clinic Atopic dermatitis Herpes simplex, or simple blister lichen Secondary, or recurrent, simple herpes Shingles or herpes zoster Atypical forms of herpes viral infection Papillomavirus infection ....., etc.
| Department of Dermatology and Venereology || Medical history || 2011 |
| General information about pain Complaints Anamnesis of the disease Anamnesis of life Objective research Status localis Laboratory research plan Justification of the clinical diagnosis Differential diagnosis Treatment Dimensional diary Epicrisis References |
| Guidelines || Human lice || 2010 |
| "Human lice" (Diagnosis, medical significance, control measures) (approved by the deputy chief of the Main Sanitary-Epidemiological Department of the USSR Ministry of Health on July 5, 1990 N 15 / 6-28) Human lice. General characteristics of lice. Diagnosis of lice species. Medical value of lice. Methods of dealing with lice. Table for the determination of human lice. Characteristics of life patterns of human lice. Drugs and consumption rates to combat head lice. Drugs and consumption rates for lice control on laundry, clothing and indoor use. List of recommended literature. |
| abstract || Syphilis || 2010 |
| Introduction: What is syphilis? General principles of diagnosis of syphilis. Laboratory diagnosis of syphilis. How to interpret tests for syphilis? |
| Course work || Vitiligo || 2010 |
| Introduction Pigmentation disorders of the skin. Vitiligo - what is it? Factors affecting the development of vitiligo. Epidemiology (prevalence). Anamnesis (causes of vitiligo). Etiology of vitiligo. Pathogenesis. Clinical picture. Physical research. Differential diagnosis. Additional research. Treatment. Summing up: is it possible to get rid of vitiligo? Conclusion Bibliography . |
| Lectures || Lectures on dermatovenerology || 2009 |
| Anatomy, histology and normal skin functions. Pyoderma. Staphyloderma, streptoderma. Mixed streptostaphilodermia. Scabies. Pediculosis, dermatitis. ECZEMA. Neurodermal. Hives. Edema quincke. Psoriasis. Red lichen planus. Pink versicolor Gilbert. Exudative erythema multiforme. Fungal diseases of the skin. Keratomycosis. Inguinal athlete. Mycoses of the feet, fungal diseases. Trichomycosis. Diseases of the connective tissue. Lupus erythematosus. Scleroderma. Viral skin diseases, seborrhea, acne, cystic dermatosis. Herpetiform dermatosis Dühring. The general course of syphilis. Primary period. The secondary period of syphilis. Tertiary period. Congenital syphilis, prevention. Hidden syphilis, classification, diagnosis. The clinical significance of serological reactions. Treatment of patients with syphilis. Gonorrhea men. Dispensary methods in organizing the fight against sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually transmitted diseases (trichomoniasis, chlamydia, mycoplasmosis, herpes infection, candidiasis, gardnerellosis (bacterial vaginosis), genital warts, AIDS). |
| Information material || Dermatovenereology || 2008 |
| Introduction to Dermatology Dermatitis Urticaria. Toxicoderma Eczema. Atopic dermatitis. Neurodermatitis Psoriasis. Lichen planus Diffuse connective tissue diseases. Cystic dermatosis. Pyoderma. Viral dermatosis. Parasitosis. Mycoses. Syphilis. HIV infection. Dermatological Aspects of HIV Infection Gonorrhea Non-Gonofan Urethritis |
| P. D. Walk || Skin and venereal diseases || 2003 |
| The tutorial outlines the basic data on the anatomy, histology, physiology of the skin, their characteristics in childhood. Various methods of examination used in everyday practice for the diagnosis of skin and venereal diseases are presented, the issues of skin and hair hygiene, nutrition and treatment of patients are covered. Issues of etiology, clinic and prevention of the most common skin and venereal diseases are presented in a brief and accessible form. |
It is recommended for students of medical, medical-psychological and pediatric faculties, nurses with higher education.
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