Color Atlas & Synopsis of Pediatric Dermatology

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Kay Shou-Mei Kane
McGraw Hill Professional, 2002 - Medical - 652 pages
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The book's organization reflects the "tried and true" format of the best-selling "Fitz" Color Atlas: for each condition, there are one to two color photographs coupled with salient points of epidemiology, history, physical exam, differential diagnosis, laboratory and special examinations, disease course and up-to-date treatments.

Look for these important highlights:
*an extensive collection of exquisite new photographs for each condition as they present in children or adolescents
*a concise summary of etiology, physical findings, laboratory tests and prognosis for each condition
*emergency skin signs of life-threatening conditions in children, including infectious diseases,adverse drug reactions, and more
*new theraputic recommendations including the recently approved exciting topicalimmunomodulators for atopic dermatitis (tacrolimus) and HPV infections (imiquimod) withdosages and indications for the pediatric population

PEDIATRIC COLOR ATLAS features:
*493 new, crisp, clear color photographs from many previously unpublished collections
*straight-forward, user-friendly organization
*excellent, up-to-date management and therapy section approved pediatric dosages

A remarkable dollar value, this new PEDIATRIC COLOR ATLAS is an unbeatable visual guide to confirm your next diagnosis.

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Contents

Miscellaneous Cutaneous Disorders of the Newborn
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Congenital Infections of the Newborn
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