Talking Points in Dermatology - III

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Julian Verbov
Springer, 1988 - Medical - 152 pages
This is the ninth volume in the New Clinical Applications Der matology Series. Some important topics that merit discussion are included in this book. Dr Messenger discusses clinicopathological aspects of the common disorder, alopecia areata. Dr Mendelsohn gives a straightforward, clear account of pregnancy eruptions. Dr Graham-Brown gives a comprehensive yet concise survey of that strange condition, lichen planus. Dr Graham treats us to a thorough appraisal of the enigmatic juvenile plantar dermatosis. Mr Walton takes an experienced comprehensive look at ectoparasites of import ance to man and the concluding chapter by Dr Finlay provides a concise, helpful insight into how modern technology can aid der matology. JULIAN VERBOV VII ABOUT THE EDITOR Dr Julian Verbov is Consultant Dermatologist to Liverpool Health Authority and Honorary Clinical Lecturer in Dermatology at the University of Liverpool. He is a member of the British Association of Dermatologists, repre senting the British Society for Paediatric Dermatology on its Executive Committee. He is Editor of the Proceedings of the North of England Dermatological Society. He is a Fellow of the Zoological Society of London and a member of the Society of Authors. He is a popular national and international speaker and author of more than 200 publications. His special interests include paediatric dermatology, inherited disorders, dermatoglyphics, pruritus ani, cutaneous poly arteritis nodosa, therapeutics, drug abuse, and medical humour. He organizes the British Postgraduate Course in Paediatric Dermatology and is a member of the Editorial Board of Clinical and Experimental Dermatology.

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Contents

Pregnancy Eruptions
29
Lichen Planus
53
Juvenile Plantar Dermatosis
79
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