Field Guide to Clinical Dermatology
David H. Frankel
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999 - Medical - 220 pages
This colorfully illustrated pocket book is a practical quick-reference guide to the diagnosis of the most common skin problems. Geared specifically to primary care practitioners, house officers, and medical students, the book is organized by clinical feature and written in terms that are accessible to non-dermatologists. More than 100 illustrations depict the key distinguishing features of the diseases.
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