Color Atlas of Dermatology
Jeffrey P. Callen
W.B. Saunders, 2000 - Medical - 395 pages
This is a thoroughly practical color atlas designed for the practitioner. Organized by type of dermatologic lesion or site on the body, over 1,200 brilliantly reproduced full color photographs are accompanied by detailed legends that identify diagnostically significant features, and valuable tables of differential diagnoses. The authors present the full range on common and rare dermatoses seen in practice.
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Definitions and Introduction
CUTANEOUS PRIMARY LESIONS AND SECONDARY CHANCES
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