Contact and Occupational Dermatology
A practical guide tot the physician to use in the diagnosis and management of suspected contact or occupational dermatitis. An invaluable aid in making quick and accurate diagnoses. Packed with information on patch testing and standard tray testing.
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Allergic and Irritant Contact Dermatitis
Evaluation and Treatment of the Patient with Contact Dermatitis
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