Lecture Notes on Dermatology

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Wiley, May 16, 2002 - Medical - 194 pages
The eighth edition of Lecture Notes on Dermatology concentrates on the core knowledge expected of medical students and junior doctors. Aided by extensive colour illustrations and an easy-to-read style, the aim of the book is to provide a concise overview of this challenging subject. This previous BMA book award winner has been updated to include the latest changes to dermatological practice including new management strategies.

Pocket sized for quick reference and lavishly illustrated with clinical photographs, this edition of Lecture Notes on Dermatology will continue to appeal to a wide range of students and practitioners who want an up-to-date guide to dermatology.

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" This book is great! "
Scope, University of Nottingham Medical Gazette

" It is very difficult to fault this book at all, it's well laid out, easy to read and full of colour pictures."
Barts & London Student Gazette

" Lecture Notes on Dermatology gives a concise introduction to the subject which will appeal to medical students but also encompasses sufficient detail to be adequate for postgraduates studying for the MRCP examination."
Southampton Health Journal

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About the author (2002)

Robin Graham-Brown graduated in medicine from the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, University of London, UK. His postgraduate training in general medicine and dermatology was also in London, at the Queen Mary's University Hospital and at the Royal Free. He was appointed consultant dermatologist in Leicester in 1983, and subsequently became honorary senior lecturer in the University department. His main clinical research interests have been in early diagnosis and public education on skin cancer (especially melanoma) and in atopic eczema. Dr Graham-Brown has co-edited Skin Diseases in the Elderly, and co-written two books (Lecture Notes on Dermatology and A Colour Atlas and Text of Dermatology), as well as chapters for several textbooks. He has co-authored over 180 original articles, reviews and published abstracts. He is President of the British Association of Dermatology 2005/2006.

Dr D.A. Burns, Emeritus Consultant Dermatologist, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester, UK

Dr S.M. Breathnach, Consultant Dermatologist, St John's Institute of Dermatology, London, UK

Dr N.H. Cox, Consultant Dermatologist, Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle, UK

Professor C.E.M. Griffiths, Consultant Dermatologist, The Dermatology Centre, Hope Hospital, Salford, Manchester, UK

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