De Launey and Land Principles and Practice of Dermatology
Principles and Practice of Dermatology takes a practical approach to the diagnosis and management of skin conditions. Particular attention is given to conditions prevalent in hot climates.
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Principles of diagnosis
Dermatitis and eczema
Psoriasis psoriasiform eruptions and lichen planus
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