Practical guide for the diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic disorders frequently seen by primary care physicians in daily practice. In addition to common dermatoses, skin disorders of special populations are covered: newborns and neonates, homeless, and pregnant women. Updated and revised material includes a new chapter on Tropical Dermatology, the addition of ICD codes used for billing purposes, and increased numbers of full-color illustrations and patient education handouts.
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ART OF DERMATOLOGY
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