Color Atlas of Dermatology

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Mosby, 2004 - Medical - 387 pages
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The 3rd Edition of this popular reference presents a superb collection of over 600 illustrations of both common and rare skin disorders and is fully updated to reflect changing clinical practices and incidences of disease. This pocket-sized text offers excellent representation of all skin types, along with full explanatory captions for each illustration. It also includes is a glossary of dermatological morphological descriptions and comprehensive index.

  • A thorough caption describes the key clinical features of each illustration.
  • A glossary at the beginning of the book defines dermatological morphology.
  • Coverage of both pediatric and adult patients equips readers to recognize specific skin conditions in people of all ages.
  • Representation of all skin types accurately reflects the diversity of the patient population.
  • The compact, pocket-size format facilitates reference in any setting.

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Gary M. White, maritime researcher, historian, and editor of Arcadia Publishing's Maritime Seattle, has spent over 30 years studying the Hall Brothers' legacy. His photographs-selected from museums and private collections-and the many stories
associated with the vessels provide a rich picture of the golden era of wooden shipbuilding.

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