20 Common Problems in Dermatology

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 17, 2000 - Medical - 303 pages
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  • from Acne to Zoster. It covers pathophysiology, patient evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment, along with discussions of patient education and communication, family dynamics, current controversies, and emerging therapies for each problem. TOPICS INCLUDE: acne vulgaris, acne rosacea, alopecia, impetigo, vitiligo, HIV -related skin disease, varicella simplex/zoster, benign skin tumors, warts, melanoma, and more. The book/series works the way clinicians work, complete with tools, tricks, and techniques for making difficult diagnoses and managing situations for the Top 20 presenting complaints -one chapter per problem

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ACNE VULGARIS
3
ATOPIC DERMATITIS
19
PSORIASIS
33
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