Skin Disease: Diagnosis and treatment has been written to fit the clinical needs of every busy primary care provider. Specifically designed for quick reference, the book focuses on the 250 diseases most likely to be seen in everyday practice, and includes practical and clear advice for diagnosis and therapy, including anterior and posterior diagrams of where diseases may be found on the body, classification of primary, secondary and special lesions, and over 700 never-before published full-color photographs that show the classic manifestations of disease and rarer variations. The coverage of pediatric skin disease is also covered throughout, together with clinical pearls and advice on when to refer the patient to the specialist.This book is an essential resource for primary care practitioners, internists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, emergency room physicians, and medical students studying for the boards.

Key Features:-

  • Focuses on treatment and diagnosis of common entities, offering guidance on everyday cases.
  • Features a disorders index on the inner cover, making expert guidance fast and easy to find.
  • Provides helpful appendices that cover diagnosis by body region
  • Lesion classification
  • Quantity of cream to apply and dispense and a dermatologic formulary.
  • Presents a bulleted outline format for easy reference

More Details about Skin Disease Diagnosis and Treatment 2e (PB)

General Information  
PublisherElsevier Science
BindingPaper Back
Publish YearJanuary 2007