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Dermatology Made Easy

by Amanda Oakley Scion Publishing
Pub Date:
05/2017
ISBN:
9781907904820
Format:
Pbk 438 pages
Price:
AU$73.00 NZ$77.39
Product Status: In Stock Now
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DermNet is world’s most visited dermatology website with over 3 million page views and 1.5 million unique visits every month. It is used by family doctors, dermatologists, medical trainees and students worldwide.  


 


Dermatology Made Easy is based on the most popular topics from DermNet’s vast array of material. The book combines the essential focus of the ‘Made Easy’ book series with the authority and knowledge base of DermNet’s unparalleled resources.   


 


The result is a book that helps the reader diagnose, test and treat conditions quickly and accurately. It is a concise overview of the common dermatological conditions most likely to present in general medicine.   


 


Dermatology Made Easy is essential reading for family doctors worldwide and will also have a substantial market amongst medical trainees, students and other healthcare professionals who need to diagnose dermatological conditions. Printed in full colour throughout.

Terminology


Differential diagnosis


Infections


 


Bacteria


Fungi


Viruses


Generalised


inflammatory rashes


Localised inflammatory rashes


Colour changes


Blisters


Solitary skin lesions


Scaly spots


Pigmented spots


Miscellaneous other topics


 


 


Treatments


 


 


 


 


 


 

Amanda Oakley, Chief Editor, DermNet NZ