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This book is a comprehensive reference on acute dermatology designed to help readers develop a structured and thorough clinical technique. The sections have been written so that essential information about each disease is summarised in a clear and concise way. Each condition described and discussed is illustrated by clinical pictures. This book will enable all medical staff seeing patients with acute skin problems to practice more effectively. It is aimed at primary care physicians, nurse specialists, emergency department staff and dermatologists. It will also appeal to the general physician who is interested in dermatology.
Table of Contents
. Eczema. Psoriasis and Papulo-squamous eruptions. Erythroderma. Urticaria. Blistering diseases. Vascular diseases. Panniculitis. Connective tissue disease. Bacterial diseases0. Viral diseases1. Fungal diseases2. Arthropod diseases3. Travellers' dermatoses4. Tumours and malignancies5. Physical and environmental dermatoses6. Pregnancy-related dermatoses7. Drug eruptionsndex