Stop, look and learn with us as we gather information through the mirror called the skin. The skin has much to tell us about where to look for illness, how grave that illness may be, and what strategies for therapy might be most advantageous. The skin is also the organ most easily accessible for obtaining tissue for pathological examination, culture, and examination of debris. These tools will also be discussed and expanded upon. This book classifies the skin conditions from the standpoint of organ involved as well as specific disease. The text makes use of many illustrations and photographs.Sinequan (doxepin), which is an old antidepressant, is also a potent antihistamine, blocking both H1 and H2 histamine receptors. ... Pediatrics. 2008; 122(2):360-367. 3. Frieden IJ ... Harnden A, Takahashi M, Burgner D. Kawasaki disease. BMJ.
|Title||:||Hall's Manual of Skin as a Marker of Underlying Disease|
|Author||:||John C. Hall, Brian John Hall|
|Publisher||:||PMPH-USA - 2010-05|