In this edited collection of reflective, challenging and sometimes provocative papers, leading international tourism scholars from a range of disciplines analyse what progress has been made in tourism research in the last two decades and where research might go in the future.
Skin and Systemic Disease: A Clinician's Guide acts as an essential clinical guide for health care providers during patient care. The opening chapter is based on skin findings that have numerous systemic associations, such as flushing or pruritus, providing clinicians with quick access to key information and illustrations pertaining to particular conditions. Subsequent chapters focus on more defined skin disorders that are routinely associated with systemic disease, such as dermatomyositis.
Information on each disorder's etiopathogenesis, clinical manifestations, and systemic manifestations is presented in every chapter, where appropriate, along with guidance on evaluation and management of the disorder. This book is an invaluable resource for health care providers trying to diagnose and treat patients presenting with skin symptoms that may indicate systemic disease.
In his career as a Navy SEAL, Rocky Mangiano has been called a Jersey boy, and a Yankee, and a few other choice names he shouldn't repeat in mixed company, but never in his life has anyone called him "daddy". If the wrapped bundle of joy he finds on the doorstep is any indication, things are about to change and he has no clue what to do about it. When the baby's momma enters the picture things get even more crazy, but given the fringe benefits that come along with the complications, Rocky's not complaining. Not one little bit.