Drug Eruption Reference Manual
Jerome Z. Litt
Taylor & Francis, Feb 20, 2002 - Medical - 544 pages
A must for every dermatologist's office - and for hospital consultations - this updated and substantially enlarged new edition of Dr. Jerry Litt's universally acclaimed Drug Eruption Reference Manual answers the busy dermatologist's need for a comprehensive, authoritative guide to dermatologic side-effects that can develop from the use of newly approved as well as commonly prescribed and over-the-counter drugs, herbals, and supplements.
Indexed by both generic and proprietary drug names as well as by reaction patterns, the new edition catalogs more than 800 generic and over 4,500 trade name drugs - cross-referenced for quick look-up - with their adverse cutaneous reactions: skin, hair, nails, mucous membranes, and others. In addition to its invaluable section of color illustrations, the Drug Eruption Reference Manual, Eighth Edition contains even more information on herbals, trace elements and supplements, and reaction patterns and the drugs responsible for them.
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