A Manual of Dermatology is the latest edition of this comprehensive textbook, covering a broad range of dermatologic disorders, and authored by dermatology experts from the UK and Pakistan. Divided into 45 chapters, the book begins with the history of dermatology, analysis of the structure, function and development of the skin, and a chapter on patients presenting with skin disorders. Subsequent chapters cover all major skin diseases and groups of diseases, from bacterial, fungal and viral infections, to bullous disorders, disorders of pigmentation and tumours of the skin. Other topics include skin and sport, skin and psychiatry, dermatoses in men of different ages, burn injuries, and cutaneous drug reactions. This edition of A Manual of Dermatology has been extensively reviewed and updated, and is enhanced by 329 full colour images and illustrations, and an appendix of differential diagnosis which makes the book an ideal resource for dermatologists and general practitioners. Key Points New edition of this comprehensive textbook of all major dermatologic disorders International author team from the UK and Pakistan 329 full colour images and illustrations Previous edition published 2013His revolutionary work in the treatment of scabies and fungal infections established him the chief at St Louis School. United Kingdom The pioneer English dermatologists were Daniel Turner, Robert Willan, Sir Erasmus Wilson, Tilbury Fox, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Manual of Dermatology|
|Author||:||Zohra Zaidi, Shernaz Walton|
|Publisher||:||JP Medical Ltd - 2015-08-30|