Warts: Diagnosis and Management: An Evidence-based Approach
Robert T Brodell, MD, Sandra Marchese Johnson, MD
Taylor & Francis, Mar 13, 2003 - Medical - 180 pages
As all dermatologists are aware warts are a very common problem and often difficult to treat. They have also generated a large number of competing therapies, which often makes it even harder for the practicing physician to decide on the best course of action. This timely book, daws on the latest studies to present a guide to diagnosis and the evidence-based approach to management. It is an invaluable resource in any clinic or office managing skin disorders.
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