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Hair and Scalp Diseases Medical, Surgical, and Cosmetic Treatments eBook PDF download

Hair and Scalp Diseases Medical, Surgical, and Cosmetic Treatments eBook PDF download

Hair and Scalp Diseases Medical, Surgical, and  Cosmetic Treatments eBook PDF download

Hair and Scalp Diseases Medical, Surgical, and Cosmetic Treatments eBook PDF download Our goals were several in developing and editing Hair and Scalp Diseases: Medical, Surgical, and
Cosmetic Treatments. First, we wanted to give the readers of our text a comprehensive view of  treatment for each scalp and hair disorder. Rather than follow previous models, we strove to create the quintessential text on treatment of these disorders with a special concentration on ethnicity, hair type, and cultural haircare practices for each entity in a composite fashion. We wanted  to impart widely the information that has been accumulated by specialists in the fi eld of hair and  scalp disorders and to do so in a way that was easy to follow, practical, and complete. Finally, we  strove to enumerate treatments that may go beyond accepted U.S. and international guidelines  and incorporate off-label use of medications when data indicates this may be necessary. We charged our contributors with the challenge of approaching each hair disorder with  a therapeutic ladder. The treatment of each disorder begins in the simplest form and becomes  more complex, dependent upon patient response, cultural practices, and concomitant disease.

We asked each author to create treatment plans that look beyond the best-described treatments  to those that incorporate creative, thoughtful approaches to the management of the multitude of  hair and scalp disorders that challenge dermatologists.

While physicians must be savvy about  product inserts for recommended dosage schedules, we asked our contributors to consider how  practical and effective treatment may differ from package inserts or must be altered to allow for  treatment of a wide range of patients with different hair types. We asked authors to report how the treatments that they chose worked, including mechanism of action, absorption characteristics, and general pharmacology of the agent or agents.

We felt this was imperative for both cosmetic, nonprescription, and prescription agents. To make this text current, we asked authors to include data on the effi cacy or benefi ts of many of the latest product additives. We felt that the phenomenon of allergic responses of scalp skin and the  appropriate agents to use in the face of suspected or known sensitivities is important, but often  overlooked.

This book serves as a primer for those seeking an approach to the patient with  irritant and allergic contact dermatitis reactions of the scalp. With all this in mind, our authors  were asked to include all ethnicities and hair types when discussing choice of treatment and  product effi cacy. We specifi cally hoped to avoid creating a separate ethnic haircare chapter by  requesting that each contributor integrate this information in

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