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"The Vulva: Anatomy, physiology and pathology" Edts. M.A. Farage and H I Maibach. Informa Publisher-2006

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Addressing common misconceptions concerning the dermatologic composition and assessment of vulvular skin, this book is a unique compilation of current research and information on the anatomy, physiology, toxicology, microbiology, and diagnosis of the vulva and surrounding anatomical structures. A must-have source for anyone treating female patients, this source considers age and ethnicity factors and analyzes a wide range of symptoms, skin conditions, and diseases that physicians may encounter when caring for female patients.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Contents; Dedication; Foreword; Preface;
Acknowledgments; Contributors
I Anatomy and Physiology;
1 Anatomy of the vulva; 2 Tissue structure and physiology of
the vulva; 3 Changes in the vulva and vagina throughout life;
4 Microbial ecology of the vulva; 5 Vulvar ethnic differences:
An overview; 6 Vulvar and extragenital clinical sensory
perception; 7 The menstrual cycle, the composition of
menses, and the effect of menses on the skin; 8
Characterization and treatment of lochia: A review; 9
Biomolecular markers and physical measures in the
urogenital area
II Management of Clinical Issues: Disorders, Diagnoses,
Symptoms, Toxicity, and Therapies; 10 Are vaginal
symptoms ever normal?; 11 Common diseases of the vulva;
12 Which women develop vulvar cancer?; 13 Vulvar cancer
and post vulvectomy complications; 14 Dermoscopic and
confocal microscopy patterns of vulvar mucosal melanotic
macules; 15 Vulvar procedures: biopsy and Bartholin abscess
treatment; 16 Condyloma; 17 Vulvar seborrheic keratosis; 18
Vulvar oedema diagnosis; 19 Vulvar/vaginal atrophy: A
review; 20 Female-specific pruritus; 21 Vulvar lichen
sclerosus; 22 Seborrheic keratosis: Pathogenesis,
histopathology and clinical aspects; 23 Vulvodynia; 24
Impact of urinary incontinence and urogenital atrophy on
the vulva; 25 Fecal incontinence; 26 The menstrual cycle and
the skin; 27 Women’s perceptions of sensitive vulvar skin
during different life stages; 28 Dermatotoxicology of the
vulva; 29 Allergic contact dermatitis of the vulva Cody J.
Connor; 30 Bioengineering methods for the vulva; 31 Vulvar
therapies: Evidence vs. testimony;
III Genital Alterations and Classifications; 32 Female
genital alterations: A sociological perspective; 33 Female
genital cutting: Cultural challenges and health
complications; 34 Classification of the labia minora; 35
Danger zones in labiaplasty; IV Vulvar Care; 36 Genital
hygiene: Culture, practices, and health impact; 37 Products
used on the vulva; 38 Consumer research and in-market
comments
Index
26 The menstrual cycle and the skin; Birgit Drexler, Michael
Landthaler, and Silvia Hohenleutner; 27 Womens perceptions
of sensitive vulvar skin during different life stages ; Miranda
A. Farage ; 28 Dermatotoxicology of the vulva; Christina Y.
Wang and Howard I. Maibach ; 29 Allergic contact dermatitis
of the vulva Cody J. Connor ; 30 Bioengineering methods for
the vulva; Sibylle Schliemann, Britta Opper, and Peter Elsner;
31 Vulvar therapies: Evidence vs. testimony; Natalie
Moulton-Levy and Howard I. Maibach; ; III Genital Alterations
and Classifications32 Female genital alterations: A sociological
perspective; Samar A. Farage ; 33 Female genital cutting:
Cultural challenges and health complications ; Miranda A.
Farage, Kenneth W. Miller, Ghebre Tzeghai, Jack Sobel, and
William J. Ledger; 34 Classification of the labia minora ; Cindy
Wu, Lynn A. Damitz, and Denniz A. Zolnoun ; 35 Danger zones
in labiaplasty; Cindy Wu, Lynn A. Damitz, and Denniz A.
Zolnoun; ; IV Vulvar Care36 Genital hygiene: Culture, practices,
and health impact; Miranda A. Farage and Mario Bramante;
37 Products used on the vulva; Miranda A. Farage and Lisa
Lennon; 38 Consumer research and in-market comments;
Brigitte Nijs ; ; Index
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The Vulva
Physiology and Clinical Management, Second
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Edited by Miranda A. Farage, Procter & Gamble Co.
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA and Howard I. Maibach, University
of California School of Medicine, Department of
Dermatology, San Francisco, USA
A unique compilation of expertise on anatomy, physiology,
clinical issues, and current research, this textbook analyzes
the range of presentation with age, ethnicity, symptoms,
disorders, diagnoses, and toxicity. The second edition of
this essential resource for anyone taking care of female
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