Blistering Skin Diseases

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Manson Pub., 2009 - Medical - 160 pages
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This book aims to provide the definitive guide to the diagnosis and treatment of various blistering skin diseases. It offers the reader a succinct clinical description for quick recognition of different types of blistering diseases and their relative urgency. It also provides information on the clinical features of blistering skin diseases, differential diagnoses, laboratory findings, and therapeutic strategy. There is also a section on pathogenesis to enhance the reader's understanding of the molecular events underlying the blistering disease process. This book will be useful for dermatologists in training and in practice, physicians working in emergency departments, and in medical microbiology, immunology, and infectious disease.

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