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  • © 2004

Dermatology Therapy. A - Z Essentials

  • Structured A-Z entries on diseases, symptoms and drugs

  • Highly therapy-focussed

  • Many therapies of choice recommended

  • Approximately 90 color illustrations

Part of the book series: A to Z Essentials (ATOZ)

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Table of contents (2926 entries)

  1. Front Matter

  2. A

    1. Abrikossof's tumor

      Pages 1 -1
    2. Abscess

      Pages 1 -1
    3. Academy rash

      Pages 1 -1
    4. Acanthamebiasis

      Pages 1 -1
    5. Accessory nipples

      Pages 2 -2
    6. Accessory tragus

      Pages 3 -3
    7. Accutane

      Pages 3 -3
    8. Acetowhite test

      Pages 3 -3
    9. Achromic nevus

      Pages 3 -4
    10. Acitretin

      Pages 4 -4
    11. Ackerman tumor

      Pages 4 -4
    12. Ackerman's tumor

      Pages 4 -6
    13. Acne aestivalis

      Pages 6 -6
    14. Acne atrophica

      Pages 6 -6

About this book

This new title in the Springer series "A to Z Essentials" concentrates in nearly 1000 entries on therapeutic possibilities in dermatology. The volume is richly illustrated in color and contains many tables for ease of reference.

The highly-structured articles on diseases, symptoms and drugs in alphabetical order include beside a comprehensive breakdown of therapies many recommended "therapies of choice".

Keywords

  • Dermatology
  • Dictionary
  • Skin diseases
  • Therapy
  • dermatology
  • skin
  • therapy

Reviews

From the reviews:

"This attractive volume … offers a concise view of over 800 diseases … . The alphabetically arranged work is straightforward and easy-to-read … . presents approximately 90 color photos, which boldly and clearly illustrate dramatic examples of both common and less frequently observed conditions. These close-up photographs bring the diseases to life and greatly enhance the accompanying text. … valuable tool for dermatology practitioners and researchers … . will also be of interest to students of dermatology and the academic libraries, which support them." (Kymberly Goodson, E-STREAMS, Vol. 7 (11), 2004)

Editors and Affiliations

  • Section of Dermatology, University of Arizona, Tucson, USA

    N. Levine

  • University of Phoenix, Tucson, USA

    C. C. Levine

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