edited by G. Grose and G. von Krogh, 448 pp, $95, Boca Raton, Fla, CRC Press Inc, 1997.
This is a spectacular volume. The editors have clearly worked hard to gather an all-star cast of contributors and to weave this into a coherent volume. Cutaneous human Papillomavirus infection clearly is the etiologic agent of a major spectrum of disease frequently seen in dermatology practice. However, the ever-expanding literature in this area is difficult to stay abreast of because it is presented on an international basis in a variety of clinical and basic science specialty journals. The reader of this volume will be rapidly brought up-to-date about the current clinical knowledge of human Papillomavirus infection.
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