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Gao, Chen Practical Immunodermatology

ISBN: 978-94-024-0900-0

Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2017

Einband: Hardcover

Seitenzahl: 580 p.

Illustrationen: 60 ill.

Verlag: Springer

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  • Describes the human skin as an integral part of immune system
  • Introduce recent advances in this area
  • Illustrates 40 skin diseases, focusing on immunological causes, pathogenesis, pattern of reaction and treatment choices and responses

This book is intended to introduce typical skin diseases from the immunological point of view. This work covers current immunological techniques and products and will be useful reference in daily clinical and experimental practices. The book begins with a brief overview of human immune system which tells the basic concepts and principles, and illustrates the general symbols in immunology. Part Two describes the human skin as an integral part of immune system, briefing the immunological roles of major cellular and molecular composites in the skin. Part Three illustrates typical skin diseases that have immunological involvement (Immunodermatological conditions). About 40 skin diseases are covered, the description of which focuses on immunological causes, pathogenesis, pattern of reaction and treatment choices and responses. The final part is intended for the advanced Immuno-diagnosis and Immunotherapy in dermatology. This part offers the readers detailed descriptions of immune techniques for the diagnosis of skin diseases, their principles and background, indications, requirements for samplings, test protocols, interpretation of results and trouble shooting. This work illustrates the general knowledge of both systemic immune system and skin immune system, and further integrates the information into the description of clinical diseases, relevant immune techniques and immunological drugs. Through the introduction on the recent advances in clinical immunology, this book is an invaluable resource for dermatologists, residents and graduate students in dermatology.