gem is a worthy challenger to all introductory texts and may
wind up champion."
Editor: PK Buxton
Medical Journal; 4th edition (2003); pages
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new edition of ABC of Dermatology which includes
color photographs, line diagrams and algorithms as well as
revised chapters on immunology, practical procedures, and
internal diseases. Twenty-two chapters discuss the symptoms,
clinical appearance, and pathology of a few key common conditions
and are then used as models for comparison with other skin
diseases. Topics in ABC of Dermatology include psoriasis,
eczema, dermatitis, blisters, rashes, leg ulcers, acne, hair
and scalp, nails, infections, HIV, autoimmunity, and the skin
and systemic disease.
of ABC of Dermatology:
little gem is a worthy challenger to all introductory texts
and may wind up champion."
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology
Contents of ABC
treatment of psoriasis; eczema and dermatitis; treatment of
eczema and inflammatory dermatoses; rashes with epidermal
changes; rashes arising in the dermis; blisters and pustules;
leg ulcers; acne and rosacea; bacterial infection; viral infections;
HIV and AIDS; fungal and yeast infections; insect bites and
infestations; the hair and sclap; diseases of the nails; lumps
and bumps; black spots in the skin; practical procedures -
how to do them and where to use them; immunology and the skin;
the skin and systematic disease; UV light and the skin; tropical
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