Color textbook of pediatric dermatology

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Mosby, 2002 - Medical - 370 pages
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High-quality color photographs enhance this completely updated, practical guide to the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases in neonates, infants, children, and adolescents. The text features a clinically oriented approach to pediatric skin disorders and includes a differential diagnosis index. New features in the 3rd Edition include greatly expanded patient education handouts and updated diagnostic, genetic, and therapeutic information. Appendix information incorporates a formulary for common dermatologic conditions.

  • 500 full-color photographs, 2 full-color line drawings, and 23 one-color line drawings enhance the lucid, practical text.
  • A Problem-Oriented Differential Diagnosis Index covers both the front- and end-papers, offering a convenient index for busy practitioners who encounter a difficult or unclear case.
  • A concise Dermatopharmacology and Topical Formulary designed specifically for pediatric patients helps clinicians develop therapeutic regimens.
  • An expanded Patient Information section enables physicians to duplicate the sheets for use in their own practices. The authors direct readers to the section when appropriate.

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Contents

STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE SKIN
1
EVALUATION OF CHILDREN WITH SKIN
9
ACNE
15
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About the author (2002)

William L. Weston, MD
Emeritus Professor
Departments of Dermatology and Pediatrics
The Childrens Hospital and University of Colorado Hospital
Denver, Colorado, USA

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