Color Atlas and Synopsis of Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Volume 236

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2001 - Medical - 216 pages
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A Doody's Core Title for 2011!

"Any practitioner, public health official, or educator in the field will find a use for this book. Patients may find it valuable for education purposes, as well....This second edition certainly has improved upon its predecessor. Its practical nature, clear photos, and comments following clinical cases provide practitioners with expert guidance as if the editor were physically present. Seldom does a book deliver what it promises; however, in this instance, it has and I feel it will become a standard for years."--Doody's Review Service

From the author's world renowned collection of clinical photographs comes this unprecedented collage of full color views of common and uncommon sexually transmitted diseases. An invaluable tool for differential diagnosis of STDs, the atlas features one to two color photograph for each disorder and accompanies those with the salient points of epidemiology, clinical signs, physical exam, diagnosis, and management. Coverage of therapy is expanded in this edition and new photographs are provided for HIV, AIDS, opportunistic infections, and much more.

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