Thomas Bieber, Donald Y. M. Leung
CRC Press, Apr 23, 2002 - Medical - 656 pages
This reference explores the epidemiology, etiology, management, and pathophysiological mechanisms of atopic dermatitis and identifies potential genetic and environmental factors associated with allergic skin immune responses-compiling the latest research, diagnostic procedures, and therapeutic strategies for the prevention, control, and treatment of this chronic inflammatory disease.
Written by leading experts in the field, Atopic Dermatitis addresses
Discussing the mounting prevalence of skin disease, as well as its social and economic impact, Atopic Dermatitis is a definitive and essential guide for dermatologists, allergists, immunologists, pharmaceutical and cosmetic chemists, internists, pediatricians, epidemiologists, and graduate and medical school students in these disciplines.
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