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Differential diagnosis in dermatology

by Boni E. Elewski

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0323030173, Paperback)

This new text delivers everything readers need to know to diagnose more than 160 dermatological disorders. It's an invaluable guide to dermatologic diagnosis from world-renowned experts in the field.Covers all the information readers need to perform a clinical consultation.
Contains over 700 color clinical photographs.
A list of differential diagnoses for each disorder, progressing from most to least common.
Information on symptom evalutation, regional distribution on the body, common tests and associated systemic diseases, plus treatment pearls from the expert authors.
Features the expertise of Dr. Boni E. Elewski, a world-renowned expert and President of the American Academy of Dermatology.

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