Handbook of integrative dermatology: An evidence-based approach

Peter A Lio*, Toral Patel, Neill T. Peters, Sarah Kasprowicz

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Abstract

This user-friendly reference tool presents clinical scenarios and discusses some practical complementary and alternative therapies available in dermatology. It focuses on peer-reviewed data that are suitable for use in a conventional dermatology practice and helps dermatologists guide their patients when faced with questions regarding integrative dermatology using an evidence-based, reader-friendly, and case-focused approach. Within the field of dermatology, there is a marked void in the understanding of complementary and alternative approaches, though dermatologists frequently use off-label therapies to manage chronic conditions. They do so, however, with a range of success and potentially considerable side effect profiles. Handbook of Integrative Dermatology is a must-have tool for any practicing dermatologist.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
Number of pages226
ISBN (Electronic)9783319178165
ISBN (Print)9783319178158
DOIs
StatePublished - Aug 21 2015

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Dermatology
Complementary Therapies
Off-Label Use
Dermatologists
Therapeutics

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Lio, P. A., Patel, T., Peters, N. T., & Kasprowicz, S. (2015). Handbook of integrative dermatology: An evidence-based approach. Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-17816-5
Lio, Peter A ; Patel, Toral ; Peters, Neill T. ; Kasprowicz, Sarah. / Handbook of integrative dermatology : An evidence-based approach. Springer International Publishing, 2015. 226 p.
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