Companion website to the EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY
ISSN 2281 - 9649
The European Journal of Pediatric Dermatology (EJPD) is the post-graduate journal of the European Society for Pediatric Dermatology (ESPD). The EJPD publishes original articles and case reports regarding skin diseases of the child. Click here to browse through EJPD issues and articles.
For additional contents, please visit the other sections of this website, including:
DERMAPEDIA, an atlas of Pediatric Dermatology (PD) images and text, organized according to topographic criteria
IMAGES IN PD, a gallery of pediatric dermatology photographs, selected from previosuly published EJPD articles
TODAY CASE, the report on a new challenging clinical case published fortnightly.
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This book, the first exclusively devoted to this topic, covers the full range of relevant conditions: inherited skin disorders; nevi; viral, bacterial, fungal, and parasitic infections; acne; allergic diseases; autoimmune skin disorders; connective tissue diseases; tumors; and miscellaneous conditions. Each unit addresses the differential diagnosis between two (or occasionally three or four) dermatological conditions, containing between two and six images and a short text emphasizing the clinical fifferences between the diseases in question. In addition, a summary highlights one or two characteristics essential for the differential diagnosis. The author has been responsible for a column devoted to the differential diagnosis of pediatric dermatology in the European Journal of Pediatric Dermatology since 1982. Further information is available on the publisher's website