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    By John Hunter, John Savin, Mark Dahl


    • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
    • Number Of Pages: 365
    • Publication Date: 2002-12-03
    • ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0632059168
    • ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780632059164
    • Binding: Paperback

    Product Description:

    The third edition of this bestselling text for the non-specialist provides a simple, common sense approach to the diagnosis and management of all the common skin . The book also covers underlying pathological processes and the relationship between functional disturbances and recognizable physical signs.

    With more than 500 high quality colour illustrations and an effective scheme to recognize primary skin ,
    this book clarifies educational points and clinical descriptions. This
    is the perfect reference text for anyone requiring a fundamental
    knowledge of dermatology, including undergraduate medical students,
    general practitioners, general physiciansand trainee dermatologists.

    This third edition includes new chapters on regional dermatology, laser
    therapy and topics such as ageing skin, sun sense, pigmented skin and
    HIV infection. There is an increased focus on evidence-based effective
    treatments and guidelines, and expanded coverage of the molecular
    understanding of skin diseases, and the comprehensive formulary has
    been completely updated.
    New edition features:
    *expanded coverage of the molecular understanding of many skin diseases
    *more emphasis on evidence-based effective treatments and guidelines
    *a new chapter on regional dermatology with sections on oral and genital disorders
    *two new chapters covering medical and physical treatments
    *new chapters on ageing skin, sun sense, the pigmented skin and HIV
    infection, and the rapidly growing field of lasers in dermatology


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