Atlas of Dermatopathology
Serving as a companion to Murphy's CLINICAL DERMATOPATHOLOGY, this full-color atlas contains over 1000 illustrations. Chapters address the development and structure of skin, tumors, hematopoietic disorders, dermatitis, infection and infestation, dermal degenerative disorders, and more. A slide set is available.
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