Color Atlas of Pediatric Dermatology
A text-atlas of diagnostic paediatric dermatology with illustrations of both common and rare skin disorders. A brief text describes the various skin disorders commonly seen in children and it has been updated to provide the latest techniques in diagnosis management. Each section is preceded by a brief summary of the various conditions to follow, emphasizing the common elements. In addition, an introduction covers the basics of dermatology for the primary care provider, with elements of skin anatomy, physiology, physical signs of disease and principles of treatment. The HIV section has also been updated.
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Figures 37 38 Impetigo contagiosa vulgaris
Spirochetal Protozoal and Mycobacterial Diseases 1
Figures 158161 Tinea capitis
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