Primary Care Dermatology
Kenneth A. Arndt
Saunders, 1997 - Medical - 296 pages
A great book providing essential information for the accurate diagnosis and treatment of dermatologic diseases. The text opens with a discussion of the basic function and structure of the skin, a description of lesions, and instructions on how to perform a biopsy; follows with a section on the principles of dermatologic therapy, and a section on individual dermatologic disorders; and concludes with a section explaining when the primary care physician should refer a patient to a specialist. Features numerous tables and figures to enhance understanding.
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