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Eye and skin disease

by Mark J. Mannis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0781702690, Hardcover)

The most extensive text/atlas to date on eye and skin diseases, this volume is two books in one--it is both a full and detailed clinical reference and a superb full-color photographic atlas. It provides rapid and reliable access to definitive diagnostic and management guidelines for ophthalmic dysfunction related to dermatologic disease. The book is superbly organized and easy to use as a ready reference. The reader can look up a specific disease; scan the key clinical points for at-a-glance diagnostic, differential diagnostic, and therapeutic information; and consult specific sections for details on effective management strategies. Each section provides a description of the disease, its pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, and general treatment principles, followed by a description of the ocular and dermal manifestations and a management plan. Full-color photographs show the classic presentations of clinical entities, and relevant oculodermal references for each entity are included. An invaluable feature of the book is a differential diagnosis index, organized by anatomic location and ocular signs. The reader can look up a subject such as lens, and find a list of lens disorders and a list of associated skin diseases that should be part of the differential diagnosis. There is also a glossary of current terminology for both dermatologists and ophthalmologists

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