Atlas of Cosmetic Dermatology
ATLAS OF COSMETIC DERMATOLOGY is a comprehensive resource covering the full spectrum of aesthetic techniques and products currently used in dermatologic care. Primarily focusing on the management of skin lesions and scars, this text also fully explains the methods used for managing alopecia, hirsutism, and nail discoloration and disfigurement. The full spectrum of cosmetics and their use in the dermatologic patient, including skin, hair, and nails, is examined.
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