edited by Randall K. Roenigk and Henry H. Roenigk, 567 pp, with black-and-white illus, St Louis, Mo, Mosby— Year Book, 1993.
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Advances in Current Practice is an excellent text that certainly lives up to its title. It is a collection of 51 chapters covering basic clinical and surgical concepts, cutaneous oncology, lasers, reconstructive surgery, and cosmetic surgery. The chapters are written by many familiar names in dermatologic surgery and include facts as well as opinions and pearls not easily found in other texts. While this book should not be considered a comprehensive reference text, the authors clearly state in the preface that it is not intended to be one. Rather, its purpose is to present what the authors feel are the most important developments in dermatologic surgery in the past few years. The reader is referred to a general dermatologic surgery reference text if in search of basic information. What this book succeeds in doing is presenting a vast array of new ideas and surgical therapies in a concise
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