Emergency dermatology: a rapid treatment guide
McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Division, Apr 2, 2002 - Medical - 450 pages
Organized alphabetically, this concise guide gives emergency room and primary care clinicians the information needed to rapidly screen, identify, treat, and refer problems related to the skin. For each condition, the book provides history, physical exam, diagnosis, differential diagnosis, treatment, management/follow-up, and codes.
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