Acne: Diagnosis and Management

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Taylor & Francis, Feb 8, 2001 - Medical - 160 pages
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Emphasizing the clinical aspects of acne and its variants, Acne: Diagnosis and Management provides a concise overview of acne, the various ways it presents, and the optimum treatment of acne patients, including both the typical and the atypical. With over 200 black and white and color illustrations, tables, and graph, this handbook comprehensively reviews the latest treatments of acne and gives clinicians an up-to-date, indispensable reference. Topics include gland function, microbiology, clinical procedures, differential diagnosis and other acne-like disorders, therapy and management approaches, acne Scarring, poor response to treatment, and more.

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