Roxburgh's Common Skin Diseases, 17Ed
This highly regarded dermatology textbook with an international reputation has been thoroughly updated and refined throughout in this 17th edition. Adopting a more concise and 'user-friendly' style, and with increased emphasis on basic science, diagnostic procedures and clinical management, it remains an invaluable reference for house officers, SHOs, GPs and dermatology trainees, and for senior medical students looking for an introduction to the subject.
With its reader friendly approach and over 350 superb clinical photographs and explanatory colour diagrams, Roxburgh's Common Skin Disorders remains a key learning resource in the field of dermatology to be referred to often during study and in the clinical setting.
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