by Anthony duVivier, with color and halftone illus, $140, Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co, 1987.
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Atlas of Clinical Dermatology by Anthony du Vivier is a comprehensive collection of color photographs of skin diseases. In addition to the large collection of clinical photographs, there are color photomicrographs illustrating the pathologic features of most disorders. For each group of disorders, the author describes the salient clinical and pathologic features, and discusses and illustrates the major differential diagnoses.
The book is quite comprehensive in scope. The papulo-squamous diseases; benign and malignant tumors; cutaneous infections and infestations; drug eruptions; blistering disorders; genodermatoses; skin manifestations of systemic disorders; vascular diseases; pigmentary disorders; psychological disorders of the skin; and diseases of the hair, nails, and appendages are all well covered. The quality of the clinical photographs and photomicrographs is exceptional. This book will prove to be an excellent learning tool for anyone who wants to learn dermatology. It should prove especially useful to students doing dermatology rotations and to practitioners who
Bigby M. Atlas of Clinical Dermatology. Arch Dermatol. 1988;124(10):1590. doi:10.1001/archderm.1988.01670100074030