Table of Contents

Definition and Scientific Background of Personalized Management.
Dermato-Oncology: Malignant Melanoma.
A Personalized Approach to the Treatment of Basal Cell Carcinoma.
From Single Actinic Keratosis to Field Cancerization.
Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma.
Merkel-Cell Carcinoma and Sarcomas.
Chronic Inflammatory Skin Diseases: Personalized Management of Atopic Dermatitis.
Immunosuppressors or Biologicals for Distinct Forms of Psoriasis?.
Autoimmune Diseases: Acknowledging the Clinical Heterogeneity of Lupus Erythematosus.
Bullous Diseases.
Vasculitis. This book is a quick reference guide to the new, more personalized approaches to the management of skin disorders that have emerged as a result of progress in our understanding of the genetic background and pathophysiology of skin diseases and the diversity of mechanisms underlying their clinical heterogeneity. A wide range of personalized and targeted therapies are described, including those for different skin cancers, chronic inflammatory skin diseases, and autoimmune diseases. In addition, readers will find that the book documents how research results in personalized medicine can be effectively transferred to dermatological practice and looks forward to future treatments that might be developed on the basis of recent research findings. The authors are all recognized experts in the field, and the text is presented in a reader-friendly format and well illustrated.