Facial Skin Disorders
Treating patients with facial dermatoses is an important aspect of dermatological practice, and this color-illustrated monograph on the most important disorders and their current management will be of value to all dermatologists in training, as well as those who are established in the profession and in allied specialties.
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Chapter 2 Rosacea
Chapter 3 Perioral dermatitis and miscellaneous inflammatory disorders of unknown origin
Chapter 4 Acne vulgrais
Chapter 5 Psoriasis and congenital disorders of keratinization
Chapter 6 Eczematous disorders of facial skin
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