edited by Randall K. Roenigk and Henry R. Roenigk, Jr, 1472 pp, with black-and-white illus, $150, New York, NY: Marcel Dekker Inc; 1989.
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Dermatologic Surgery: Principles and Practice, edited by Randall K. Roenigk and Henry H. Roenigk, Jr, should be standard reading for all dermatology residents. It is a pleasure to see such a comprehensive, yet very readable, book in the literature.
Although broad in scope, Dermatologic Surgery: Principles and Practice is a well-organized cooperative effort among the leading physicians in the field of dermatologic surgery. Among the authors are Frederic E. Mohs, John A. Zitelli, and Ronald G. Wheeland, to name a few. The expertise of these well-known dermatologic surgeons is presented in a detailed yet clear manner. Both basic science and practical aspects are addressed, making this book a good solid foundation on which to build. However, Dermatologic Surgery: Principles and Practice should not be reserved just for dermatology residents; practicing dermatologic surgeons will also derive benefits from this text.
Essential to any good book on surgery are photographs and diagrams.
Iriondo M. Dermatologic Surgery: Principles and Practice. Arch Dermatol. 1989;125(8):1150-1151. doi:10.1001/archderm.1989.01670200126032