A Concise Atlas of Dermatopathology
A collection of photographs illustrating the histopathological appearances of all the common dermatological conditions and their clinical correlations, this book is designed for training pathologists and dermatologists at postgraduate level.
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Tumours of the Surface Epithelium 48
Tumours of the Epidermal Appendages 6
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