Skin Diseases in Clinical Practice
This second edition of this clinical resource features more than 470 full color illustrations to help readers identify and treat the skin problems most commonly seen in practice. An alphabetical listing of diseases makes reference easy.
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SelfInduced Skin Lesions
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