Andrews' Diseases of the Skin: Clinical Dermatology
Serving as a reference on clinical dermatology, this text covers the various aspects of diagnosis and therapy. It describes how to suspect a diagnosis, how to confirm it, and how to treat the patient for dermatologic problems. It also provides information on viral infections and antiviral therapy, fungal diseases, bacterial diseases, and more.
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Basic Structure and Function
Cutaneous Symptoms Signs and Diagnosis
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