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In editing the new dermatology reference text Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, Drs Arndt, LeBoit, Robinson, and Wintroub have delivered what is in our opinion a dermatological slam dunk.
With over 280 contributing authors, most of whom are recognized authorities, this two-volume, 1900-page text is remarkably concise yet thorough in its coverage of the ever-expanding scope of dermatologic diseases. What we found most appealing is the consistent
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