Pediatric Dermatology

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Mosby, 1999 - Medical - 232 pages
Pediatrician and dermatologist Bernard Cohen provides a clinically focused, clear, accessible reference ideal for dermatologists who treat skin disorders in children. This thorough atlas provides more than 600 full color images balanced by clear, succinct text that delivers just the right amount of clinical detail. Cohen unravels the clinical patterns in pediatric cases, which often display amazing variation. This atlas aids the physician in confidently developing a differential diagnosis using easy-to-follow evaluation algorithms at the end of every chapter.

* Takes a clinically focused, pragmatic approach relevant to everyday practice * Provides a clear, accessible format * Includes algorithms at the end of each chapter NEW TO THIS EDITION * Provides thoroughly revised content, including better examples of clinical lesions and more information on neonatal dermatology, papulosquamous eruptions, vesiculopustular eruptions, pigmentation disorders, reactive erythemas, hair and nail disorders, factitial dermatoses and "lumps and bumps" * Features a more effective index and user friendly page and figure numbering * Includes 200 new photographs * Contains an updated bibliography at the end of each chapter

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Preface v
Neonatal Dermatology
Papulosquamous Eruptions

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