Hurwitz Clinical Pediatric Dermatology: A Textbook of Skin Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
This thoroughly updated classic text covers the full range of pediatric diseases, with special emphasis on management and which methods work best. The expert author team have maintained the steadfast tradition of Sid Hurwitz's ground-breaking work. The text delivers over 700 pages and more than 1,000 illustrations for today's most effective guidance in this specialized field.
Drs. Paller and Mancini, two authorities in pediatric dermatology, have been carefully chosen to revise and update this practical, comprehensive resource. Page after page, they carry on the familiar, easy-to-read writing style that practitioners have always appreciated.
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Cutaneous disorders of the newborn
Eczematous eruptions in childhood
Papulosquamous and related disorders 85
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