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Wednesday, June 15, 2016
50 CASES IN DERMATOLOGICAL MEDICINE
The skin is often the first organ to show that a serious disease exists in the body. Too often, clues from the skin are missed or neglected when examining a patient. From dog bites that don't heal to the dermatological effects of a vegan diet, 50 Cases in Dermatological Medicine demonstrates the astonishing variety of cutaneous responses that occur in a range of underlying pathologies. This fascinating treatise presents fifty cases from King's College Hospital that show the important relationship between dermatology and other medical disciplines.