edited by Neil A. Swanson, Richard G. Glogau, and Stuart J. Salasche, 250 pp, with black-and-white illus, $59.95, St Louis, Mo, Mosby—Year Book, 1992
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This first Year Book of Dermatologic Surgery aims to update the reader on the current literature concerning dermatologic surgery. The book is appropriately divided into the following four major categories: concepts and techniques, oncology, reconstruction, and aesthetic dermatologic surgery. The varied interests as well as the expertise of the editors result in a diverse choice of articles pertinent to any dermatologist with an interest in surgery. The articles were chosen not only from the literature on dermatology but also from the literature on plastic surgery, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, oncology, and basic science. The reviews of the articles by the editors and other contributing reviewers are concise, clearly interesting, and stimulating. The section on laser surgery illustrates the many new and varied uses of different lasers. This therapeutic modality is constantly changing, and it is imperative to keep up with the changes, since patients always seem to be well informed on technologic
Orengo I. The Year Book of Dermatologic Surgery 1992. Arch Dermatol. 1992;128(8):1144. doi:10.1001/archderm.1992.01680180140026