The book is simple-to-read easy-to-understand and remember. The book should complement the textbooks of dermatology and should serve as an introduction to the difficult and complex topics of dermatology. This book bridges the gap between the East and the West and is written by two busy clinical dermatologists with a vast amount of experience of both cultures. The book also bridges the gap between the introductory texts and the much larger definitive textbooks in dermatology. The book starts with a perfectly sized resume of the history of dermatology and then covers all of the main skin diseases and groups of diseases. Some of the chapters are arranged around common causes such as ultraviolet light and the cold which is helpful as patients rarely come into the clinic with their diagnosis. The chapters are supplemented with helpful summary tables and superb clinical photographs as well as up-to-date treatment suggestions. The fact that two clinicians have written the entire book has helped its readability in terms of consistency and style.

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  • This book is written keeping two objectives in mind. The first objective is to make the subject of d

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PublisherJaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
Publish YearJanuary 2013