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online resource (x, 108 pages : color illustrations ; 26 cm)
  • Adverse reactions to biologics in psoriasis / Lockwood, S.J., Prens, L.M.; Kimball, A.B.
  • Clinical trial and registry data / Gooderham, M., Papp, K.
  • Immunosuppression/infections across indications / Al-Khalili, A., Dutz, J.P.
  • The immunogenicity of biologic therapies / Garcias, S., Demengeot, J.
  • Paradoxical reaction S : anti-tumor necrosis factor alpha agents, Ustekinumab, Secukinumab, Ixekizumab, and others / Puig, L.
  • Bullous diseases / Corbaux, C., Joly, P.
  • Adverse reactions of antibody-therapy for primary cutaneous lymphomas : Rituximab, Brentuximab vedotin, Alemtuzumab, and Mogamulizumab / Saulite, I., Guenova, E., Hoetzenecker, W.
  • Adverse reactions to biologics : melanoma (Ipilimumab, Nivolumab, Pembrolizumab) / Hwang, S.J.E., Fernández-Peñas, P.
  • Skin manifestations of targeted antineoplastic therapy / Sanmartín, O.
Medical Library (Lane)

2. Alopecia [2018]

1 online resource (xii, 331 pages) : color illustrations.
  • 1. Healthy Hair (Anatomy, Biology, Morphogenesis, Cycling and Function) 2. Hair Weathering 3. Hair Pathology: The Basics 4. Hair and Scalp Dermatoscopy (Trichoscopy) 5. Non-Scarring Alopecia: 5A. Alopecia Areata and Alopecia Areata Incognito 5B. Androgenetic Alopecia 5C. Telogen Effluvium 5D. Trichotillomania 6. Primary Lymphocytic Cicatricial Alopecia 6A. Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia 6B. Fibrosing Alopecia in a Pattern Distribution 6C. Central Centrifugal Cicatricial Alopecia 6D. Traction Alopecia 6E. Lichen Planopilaris 6F. Discoid Lupus Erythematosus 7. Primary Neutrophilic Ciatricial Alopecia: 7A. Folliculitis Decalvans 7B. Dissecting Cellulitis of the Scalp 7C. Acne Keloidalis Nuchae 7D. Erosive Pustular Dermatosis of the Scalp 8. Hair and Scalp Disorders Associated With Systemic Disease (Secondary Alopecia) 9. Hair Loss in Children 10. Hair and Scalp Infections 11. The Itchy Scalp 12. Scalp Psoriasis 13. Hair Changes Due To Drugs 14. Novel Treatment Modalities for Hair Loss 15. Medications for Hair Loss in Clinical Trials 16. Hair Cosmeceuticals 17. Hair Supplements 18. What Should The Hair Clinician Know About Hair Transplant?
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323548250 20180813
Get a quick, expert overview of alopecia with this concise, practical resource. Dr. Mariya Miteva covers high-interest clinical topics including hair cosmeceuticals, new medications in clinical trials, off-label treatment technologies, and much more. It's an ideal resource for dermatologists, dermatopathologists, students, fellows, and researchers interested in hair loss. Presents rich visual information combined with expert opinions from the most renowned hair experts practicing today. Covers basic knowledge on healthy hair, hair pathology, and hair and scalp dermatoscopy (trichoscopy). Contains focused yet complete coverage of non-scarring alopecia, primary lymphocytic cicatricial alopecia, primary neutrophilic ciatricial alopecia, hair loss management, and miscellaneous hair disorders such as hair loss in children, hair and scalp infections, hair changes due to drugs, and more. Consolidates today's available information and experience in this important area into one convenient resource.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323548250 20180813
585 p. : ill., maps, facs., portraits, photos ; 23 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

4. Lasers and lights [2018]

online resource (xvi, 156 pages) : illustrations.
  • Understanding lasers, light sources, other energy-based technology
  • Laser treatment of vascular lesions
  • Laser treatment of pigmented lesions and tattoos
  • Laser hair removal
  • Nonablative laser and light skin rejuvenation
  • Nonablative fractional laser rejuvenation
  • Laser resurfacing
  • Nonsurgical body contouring
  • Nonsurgical skin tightening
  • Laser treatment of ethnic skin
  • Complications and legal considerations of laser and light treatments.
"Part of the practical and dynamic Procedures in Cosmetic Dermatology Series, Lasers and Lights, 4th Edition, brings you up to speed with today's best methods for using laser light to treat skin disorders. This well-organized text by Drs. George J. Hruza and Elizabeth L. Tanzi provides current, authoritative guidance on popular procedures including laser hair removal, tattoo removal, acne scars, vascular lesions, non-ablative fractional laser rejuvenation, ablative laser resurfacing, and tissue tightening. Drs. George Hruza and Elizabeth Tanzi offer evidence-based, procedural how-to's and step-by-step advice on proper techniques, pitfalls, and tricks of the trade, so you can successfully incorporate the latest procedures into your practice"--Publisher's description.
Medical Library (Lane)

5. Nail disorders [2018]

1 online resource (ix, 162 pages)
  • Anatomy and Physiology of the Nail Nail Psoriasis Nail Lichen Planus Onychomycosis Nail Disease in Children Nail Diseases in the Elderly Traumatic Toenail Disorders Self-Induced Nail Disorders Nail Cosmetics Benefits and Side Effects Nail in Systemic Disorders Melanonychia Non Melanocytic Nail Tumors Nail Fragility Nail Dermoscopy Nail Disorders in Patients of Color Basic Nail Procedures Ingrowing Toenails.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323544337 20180813
Get a quick, expert overview of nail diseases and procedures with this concise, practical resource. Dr. Antonella Tosti covers high-interest clinical topics including anatomy and physiology of the nail, benefits and side effects of nail cosmetics, nail diseases in children and the elderly, and much more. Covers key topics such as nail psoriasis, nail lichen planus, onychomycosis, traumatic toenail disorders, self-induced nail disorders, the nail in systemic disorders, nail disorders in patients of color, and more. Includes basic nail procedures useful to students, residents, fellows, and practitioners. Consolidates today's available information and experience in this important area into one convenient resource.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323544337 20180813
227 pages ; 22 cm
Green Library
online resource (xv, 382 pages) : illustrations, portrait
  • 1. History of Botulinum Toxin for medical and aesthetic use
  • 2. Anatomy and aesthetic principles
  • 3. Botulinum Toxin: from molecule to medicine
  • 4. Myobloc
  • 5. Abobotulinumtoxin: development and aesthetic usage
  • 6. IncobotulinumtoxinA (Xeomin/Bocouture)
  • 7. Future injectable toxins
  • 8. Reconstitution, dilution, diffusion, and migration of Botulinum Toxin
  • 9. Patient selection
  • 10. Treatment of the glabella
  • 11. Treatment of the forehead
  • 12. Treatment of the periocular area - Crow's feet, brow and bunny lines
  • 13. Contouring of the lower face and of the lower leg and calf
  • 14. Treatment of the perioral area
  • 15. Neck rejuvenation
  • 16. Correction of facial asymmetry
  • 17. Complications and diffusion
  • 18. Combination therapy of Botuliinum Toxin with other nonsurgical procedures
  • 19. Peri-procedure Botulinum Toxin for skin cancer patients and scars
  • 20. Achieving a natural look
  • 21. Special considerations in darker skin
  • 22. Axillary hyperhidrosis
  • 23. Primary focal palm, sole, craniofacial, and compensatory hyperhidrosis
  • 24. Topical Botulinum Toxin
  • 25. Exciting new uses of Botulinum Toxin Type A: dermatology/dermatologic surgery and beyond
  • 26. Modulating affect and mood with Botulinum Toxin injections: psychosocial implications of neuromodulators
  • 27. Onabotulinumtoxin A (Botox) in dermatology
  • Index.
Medical Library (Lane)
1 online resource
  • Chapter 1: History of botulinum toxin for medical and aesthetic use Chapter 2: Anatomy and Aesthetic Principles Chapter 3: Botulinum Toxin: From Molecule to Medicine Chapter 4: Myobloc Chapter 5: Abobotulinum Toxin: Development and Aesthetic Usage Chapter 6: IncobotulinumtoxinA (Xeomin (R)/Bocouture (R)) Chapter 7: Future Injectable Toxins Chapter 8: Reconstitution, Dilution, Diffusion, and Migration of Botulinum Toxin Chapter 9: PATIENT SELECTION Chapter 10: Treatment of the Glabella Chapter 11: Treatment of the Forehead Chapter 12: Treatment of the Periocular area Crows Feet, Brow, and Bunny Lines Chapter 13: a) Contouring of the Lower Face and b) Contouring of the Lower Leg and Calf Chapter 14: Treatment of the PERIORAL AREA Chapter 15: Neck Rejuvenation Chapter 16: Correction of Facial Asymmetry Chapter 17: Complications and Diffusion Chapter 18: Combination Therapy of Botulinum Toxin with other Non-Surgical Procedures Chapter 19: Peri-Procedure Botulinum Toxin For Skin Cancer Patients And Scars Chapter 20: Botulinum Toxins in Dermatology: Cosmetic and Clinical Applications Chapter 21: Special Considerations in Darker Skin Chapter 22: AXILLARY HYPERHIDROSIS Chapter 23: Primary Focal Palm, Sole, Craniofacial, and Compensatory Hyperhidrosis Chapter 24: TOPICAL BOTULINUM TOXIN Chapter 25: Exciting New Uses of Botulinum Toxin Type A: Dermatology/Dermatologic Surgery and Beyond Chapter 26: Modulating Affect and Mood with Botulinum Toxin Injections: Psychosocial Implications of Neuromodulators Chapter 27: OnabotulinumtoxinA (BOTOX (R)) in Dermatology.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781444338256 20170710
Botulinum Toxins in Dermatology: Cosmetic and Clinical Applications provides a comprehensive and in-depth review of the use of botulinum toxin for aesthetic procedures and medical applications as a stand-alone treatment and as part of combination therapy. Now a mainstay of cosmetic dermatologic practice, the range of available toxins and their varied applications has grown considerably in recent years requiring the practitioner to carefully consider what approach best suits the needs of their patient. This new book, written by international expert authors, provides guidance to help you refine your technique, add new procedures to your practice, and provide optimal results. This book: Offers guidance on best-practice approaches with botulinum toxin, helping create cutting edge, tailored treatment plans for each patient Benefits from a wealth of color images, procedural videos, and expert tips and tricks Takes a region oriented approach, providing guidance on treatment of the; glabella, forehead, periocular and perioral areas, and contouring of the lower face and lower leg and calf, and neck rejuvenation Contains a thorough review of non-cosmetic treatments such as correction of facial asymmetry, and treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis, plus palm, sole, and craniofacial hyperhidrosis Covers exciting new topics, such as future injectables, topical botulinum toxin, and facial contouring including treatment for benign masseter hypertrophy Discusses combination therapy of botulinum toxin with other non-surgical procedures such as hyaluronic acid (HA) or filler substances, light and laser sources, and other energy-based therapies Includes considerations for darker skin types Offer your patients the best care, stay on top of cutting edge techniques, and avoid pitfalls with coverage of practical tips and real cases. Botulinum Toxins in Dermatology: Cosmetic and Clinical Applications provides best-practice guidance on the contemporary use of botulinum toxin in isolation and in combination.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781444338256 20170710
online resourcd (xviii, 568 pages) : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
"This book presents new approaches for skin aging and photocarcinogenesis and topical formulations based on nanocarrier systems for skin disorders. It discusses cosmeceuticals, laser, photodynamic therapy, and melatonin-based treatments as important strategies for photoaging management. Photodynamic therapy and melatonin can be used in the photocarcinogenesis context, too. Therefore, the inclusion of this strong antioxidant in sunscreen products could be a promising approach. The book discusses topical formulations, including emulsions (conventional formulations and emulsions stabilized by solid particles), nail films, and nanocarriers used for the delivery of actives in various skin and nail diseases such as acne, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, fungal diseases, leishmaniasis, and skin cancer. Finally, several nanocarriers are introduced, such as lipid vesicles (ranging from the first-generation conventional liposomes to the more recent deformable vesicles), liquid crystalline nanodispersions, gelatin, and solid lipid nanoparticles. Their composition, formulation, characterization, and topical applications are also discussed. Although this is a broad topic, the most important (nano)pharmaceutical formulations are presented in the book."--Provided by publisher.
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1 online resource (211 pages) : color illustrations, photographs, tables
Many people suffer from skin conditions -- acne, rosacea, eczema, psoriasis -- and seek conventional medical help, but don't get the results they hope for. What they don't realize is how good their skin can be when they adopt a cleaner, healthier lifestyle. In Clean Skin from Within, Dr. Trevor Cates presents guidelines and recipes to transform your skin from the inside out. She explains the "why" of what's happening, and how you can remedy problems. Dr. Cates opens by showing how to identify your skin type to reach the root cause of problems. From there you'll learn how to create nourishing foods to create a clean mind, clear skin, and healthy body. Collagen-boosting bone broths, antioxidant-rich salads, and delicious smoothies are just a few things on the menu. You'll also be able to whip up all-natural cleansers, toners, exfoliants, and masks! Within two weeks, both your skin and your whole being will be polished, perfect, and ready to glow.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781592337439 20181008
1 online resource (347 pages) : color illustrations
  • Preface, vi Acknowledgments, vii About the Companion Website, viii Introduction, 1 Chapter 1 Shape on Low Power, 23 Epidermis Regular acanthosis, 25 Lobular proliferation, 29 Reticulated proliferation, 35 Central pore, 42 Epidermal perforation, 46 Dermis Circular islands, 49 Cords/tubules and comma shapes, 53 Space with a lining, 59 Papillations, 70 Polypoid (dome-shaped), 77 Square/rectangular, 82 Palisading reactions, 88 Pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia above abscesses, 93 Pink ball, (see Chapter 6) Chapter 2 Gestalt: Rash/inflammatory, 97 Epidermal changes Parakeratosis, 99 Spongiosis, 102 Papulosquamous (psoriasiform), 106 Interface (vacuolar), 112 Interface (lichenoid), 117 Inflammation: Specific patterns and Cell Type Epidermal eosinophils, 123 Perivascular, 127 Band-like dermal/papillary dermal infiltrate, 131 Diffuse/nodular, 137 Subcutaneous, 144 Chapter 3 Cell Type, 153 Melanocytic, 155 Spindle cells, 164 Endothelial, 178 Giant, 192 Clear, 202 Chapter 4 Top-Down , 219 Hyperkeratosis/parakeratosis, 221 Upper epidermal change, 228 Acantholysis, 238 Subepidermal space/cleft, 248 Granular material in cells, 255 Busy dermis, 260 Dermal material, 263 Fat necrosis, 276 Chapter 5 Color Blue, 279 Blue tumor, 281 Mucin and glands or ducts, 291 Mucin, 295 Chapter 6 Color Pink, 303 Pink ball of spindle cells, 305 Pink material, 308 Pink dermis, 315 Epidermal necrosis, 317 Index (Pattern), 323 Index (Histological Category), 329 Index (Alphabetical), 333.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119149453 20180611
The atlas that helps you differentiate visually similar diseases Written with the dermatology trainee in mind, Dermatopathology: Diagnosis by First Impression uses more than 800 high resolution color images to introduce a simple and effective way to defuse the confusion caused by dermatopathology slides. Focused on commonly tested entities, and using low- to high-power views, this atlas emphasizes the key differences between visually similar diseases by using appearance as the starting point for diagnosis. The Third Edition provides: *800 high resolution and annotated photographs, now all fully downloadable *'Key Differences' to train the eye on distinctive diagnostic features * Disease-based as well as alphabetical indexes *75 new interactive self-assessment questions to perfect your diagnostic skills * Brand new algorithms for pattern analysis Dermatopathology: Diagnosis by First Impression, Third Edition, once again provides simple and effective guidance to help you approach dermatopathology and accurate diagnosis of skin disease.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119149453 20180611
1 online resource (181 p.) : ill. (some col.).
Evidence-based Clinical Chinese Medicine: Volume 2: Psoriasis Vulgaris provides a "whole evidence" analysis of the Chinese medicine management of psoriasis vulgaris. Evidence from the classical Chinese medicine literature, contemporary clinical literature, and the outcomes of clinical trials and experimental studies are reviewed, analysed and synthesised. The data from all these sources are condensed to provide evidence-based statements which will inform clinical practice and guide future research. This book has been designed to be an easy reference at the point of care. During a patient consultation, Chinese medicine practitioners can refer to this book for guidance on which Chinese herbal medicine formulas, specific herbs, or acupuncture points, can best treat their patient, and be confident there is evidence which supports its use. Currently, Chinese medicine practitioners who develop a special interest in a particular health condition such as psoriasis have to consult a variety of sources to further their knowledge. Typically, they use the contemporary clinical literature to understand the theory, aetiology, pathogenesis and obtain expert opinions on the Chinese medicine management of psoriasis. They search the electronic literature to identify systematic reviews of clinical trials, if any exist, to obtain assessments of the current state of the clinical evidence for particular interventions. If they have the skills and resources, they may search the classical Chinese medicine literature for an historical perspective on treatments that have stood the test of time. This book provides all of this information for practitioners in one handy, easy to use reference. This allows practitioners to focus on their job of providing high quality health care, with the knowledge it is based on the best available evidence.."--Publisher's website.
199 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), color map ; 25 cm
  • The strange story of Julia Pastrana / Jan Bondeson
  • Julia Pastrana, the "Extraordinary Lady" / Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
  • My quest for Julia Pastrana's mummy / Jan Bondeson
  • Julia Pastrana and the art of restitution / Grant H. Kester
  • The repatriation of Julia Pastrana: scientific and ethical dilemmas / Nicholas Márquez-Grant
  • The repatriation pilgrimage of Julia Pastrana / Laura Anderson Barbata
  • Lives on show, bodies behind glass: Julia Pastrana's parallels in museum collections / Bess Lovejoy
  • Chronology
  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgments.
Born in Sinaloa, Mexico, Julia Pastrana (1834-1860) was a gifted singer, musician and dancer who could converse in English, Spanish and French. She also suffered from one of the most extreme cases of hypertrichosis lagunigosa on record and severe gingival hyperplasia: her face and body were covered with thick hair and her jaw was disproportionately large. Pastrana toured North America and Europe billed as 'The Ugliest Woman in the World.' After her death, her body was exhibited throughout Europe and the US. Until her recent repatriation to Sinaloa, her body was kept at the University of Oslo, Norway. Pastrana's story raises issues around beauty, ownership, science and racism, human rights, colonialism, sexism and indigenous rights.
Green Library
online resource (xxxix, 927 pages) : color illustrations
  • Part I: Disorders presenting in the skin and mucous membranes. Disorders of sebaceous, eccrine and apocrine glands
  • Eczema/dermatitis
  • Psoriasis, psoriasiform, and pityriasiform dermatoses
  • Ichthyoses
  • Miscellaneous epidermal disorders
  • Genetic and acquired bullous diseases
  • Neutrophil-mediated diseases
  • The acutely ill and hospitalized patient
  • Benign neoplasms and hyperplasias
  • Photosensitivity, photo-induced disorders, and disorders by ionizing radiation
  • Precancerous lesions and cutaneous carcinomas
  • Melanoma precursors and primary cutaneous melanoma
  • Pigmentary disorders
  • Part II: Dermatology and internal medicine. The skin in immune, autoimmune, autoinflammatory, and rheumatic disorders
  • Endocrine, metabolic, and nutritional diseases
  • Genetic diseases
  • Skin signs of vascular insufficiency
  • Skin signs of renal insufficiency
  • Skin signs of systemic cancers
  • Skin signs of hematologic disease
  • Cutaneous lymphomas and sarcoma
  • Skin diseases in organ and bone marrow transplantation
  • Adverse cutaneous drug reactions
  • Disorders of psychiatric etiology
  • Part III: Diseases caused by microbial agents. Bacterial colonizations and infections of skin and soft tissues
  • Fungal infections of the skin, hair, and nails
  • Viral diseases of skin and mucosa
  • Arthropod bites, stings, and cutaneous infestations
  • Systemic parasitic infections
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Part IV: Skin signs of hair, nail, and mucosal disorders. Disorders of hair follicles and related disorders
  • Disorders of the nail apparatus
  • Disorders of the mouth
  • Disorders of the genitalia, perineum, and anus
  • Generalized pruritus without skin lesions (pruritus sine materia)
  • Appendices. Differential diagnosis of pigmented lesions
  • Drug use in pregnancy
  • Dermatologic manifestations of diseases inflicted by biologic warfare/bioterrorism
  • Chemical bioterrorism and industrial accidents.
Medical Library (Lane)
1 online resource (223 pages) : color illustrations
46 pages : illustrations, portrait ; 22 cm.
Green Library
x, 325 pages : color illustrations ; [ca. 23-29] cm.
  • Embryology and inherited diseases. Nail anatomy. Nail contour variations. Nail surface, direction, thickness, and consistency variations. Nail and periungual colour variations. Nail and periungual tissue abnormalities. Onychomycosis. Nails in primary skin disease. Hamartomas. Vascular anomalies of nail and finger extremities. The nail in systemic disease. Nail alterations in cutaneous porphyrias. Melanonychia. Dermoscopy and melanocytic naevus. Nail tumors in children. The painful nail. Pediatric ingrown toenails. Non-invasive ingrown nail treatment. Biopsy of paediatric nails. Ultrasound of pediatric nails. MRI of pediatric nails.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498720465 20171218
This is a highly illustrated guide to the diagnosis and management of nail conditions in children. With new material on genetics and on developments such as dermoscopy, it will be invaluable as a reliable clinical reference for both dermatologists and pediatricians, as well as those in family practice.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498720465 20171218

18. Psoriasis [2017]

p. ; [ca. 23-29] cm
  • The history of psoriasis. Epidemiology. Microscopic findings. Genetics. Immunology. Other environmental risk factors. Plaque type psoriasis: Chronic plaque, guttate, and erythrodermic phenotypes. Palmoplantar psoriasis. Generalised pustular psoriasis. Inverse psoriasis and genital disease. Nail psoriasis. Differential diagnoses of psoriasis. Genetics, immunology, and pathogenesis. Psoriatic arthritis: Clinical manifestations. Pediatric psoriasis. Cardiometabolic comorbidities. Psychiatric comorbidities. Other disease associations: Liver, gastrointestinal, respiratory, and neoplastic. Assessment and measurement of disease. Current and future topical treatments for psoriasis. Phototherapy and photochemotherapy.Traditional systemic therapies and monitoring guidelines. Current biologic therapies (including IL-17) and monitoring guidelines. Current and future oral small molecules. Biologic therapies in the pipeline. Future directions and personalized medicine. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498700535 20171218
The new edition of a concise yet thorough illustrated review of the diagnosis and treatment of many forms of psoriasis now includes the many new therapies available and in development, as well as more material on psoriasis as a systemic disease and on comorbidities. This will be of interest to all dermatologists in training and practice, as well as primary care physicians.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498700535 20171218
online resource (v, 652 pages) : illustrations
  • Structure and function of the skin
  • Histopathology of the skin
  • Dermoscopy
  • Description of skin lesions
  • Diagnosis of skin diseases
  • Treatment of skin diseases
  • Eczema and dermatitis
  • Urticaria, prurigo and pruritus
  • Erythema and erythroderma
  • Drug-induced skin reactions (DISRs) and graft-versus-host disease (GVHD)
  • Vasculitis, purpura and other vascular diseases
  • Collagen diseases
  • Physicochemical injury and photosensitive diseases
  • Blistering and pustular diseases
  • Disorders of keratinization
  • Disorders of skin color
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Disorders of the dermis and subcutaneous fat
  • Disorders of the skin appendages
  • Nevi and neurocutaneous syndromes.
Medical Library (Lane)
online resource (xiii, 195 pages) : illustrations, portraits ; 27 cm
  • 1. Overview of psoriasis / Michael Kelly-Sell and Johann E. Gudjonsson
  • 2. Ultraviolet B phototherapy / Sandra Pena, Dane Hill, and Steven J. Feldman
  • 3. Psoralen-ultraviolet light A therapy / Lauren M. Madigan and Henry W. Lim
  • 4. Methotrexate / Vidhi V. Shah, Elaine J. Lin, Shivani P. Reddy, and Jashin J. Wu
  • 5. Acitretin / Elaine J. Lin, Vidhi V. Shah, Shivani P. Reddy, and Jashin J. Wu
  • 6. Cyclosporine / Vidhi V. Shah, Shivani P. Reddy, Elaine J. Lin, and Jashin J. Wu
  • 7. Apremilast / Amit Om, Dane Hill, and Steven R. Feldman
  • 8. Etanercept / Shivani P. Reddy, Vidhi V. Shah, Elaine J. Lin, and Jashin J. Wu
  • 9. Infliximab / Catherine Ni, Shivani P. Reddy, and Jashin J. Wu
  • 10. Adalimnumab / Shivani P. Reddy, Elaine J. Lin, Vidhi V. Shah, and Jashin J. Wu
  • 11. Ustekinumab / John K. Nia and Mark G. Lebwohl
  • 12. Secukinumab / Elaine J. Lin, Shivani P. Reddy, Vidhi V. Shah and Jashin J. Wu
  • 13. Ixekizumab / Shivani P. Reddy, Vidhi V. Shah and Jashin J. Wu
  • 14. Biosimilars / Shivani P. Reddy, Catherine Ni, and Jashin J. Wu
  • 15. Combination therapies for psoriasis / Anjali S. Vekaria and Mark G. Lebwohl
  • 16. Investigational therapies for psoriasis / Peter W. Hashim and Mark G. Lebwohl.
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