Manual of Gender Dermatology

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Lawrence Charles Parish
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2011 - Medical - 310 pages
The Manual of Gender Dermatology is a research-based guide to the mechanisms of gender differentiation for common dermatologic conditions. Key topics include hormonal differences, genetic background, gender psychology, environmental effects, and a wide range of skin disorders that may have a gender bias. Written by experts in the fields of dermatology and cutaneous biology, this is an essential resource for practicing dermatologists and family practitioners, as well as for physician extenders, nurses, and students.
 

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Contents

Part II Life Cycle
41
Part III Heredity and Environment
81
Part IV Diseases of Skin StructureNonHereditary
105
Part V Other Diseases
133
Part VI Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Diseases
199
Part VII Infections and Infestations
229
Part VIII Interventions
279
Index
303
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