Common Skin Disorders
COMMON SKIN DISORDERS, 5th Edition provides the non-dermatologist with practical, detailed directions for the most effective treatments of more than 35 disorders. It also offers content on the rational use of topical corticosteroids and basic, superficial skin surgery. This handy reference includes 59 highly readable, time-tested patient instruction sheets that increase patient compliance. These time-saving sheets are invaluable for treatments with involved routines, such as the treatment of hand dermatitis. Sheets may be copied directly from the book or customized and printed from the FREE CD-ROM.
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Rational Use of Topical Corticosteroids
Treatment of Dermatitis
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