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Article
August 1996

Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery: An Integrated Program in Dermatology

Author Affiliations

Tutzing, Germany

 

volumes I and II, edited by Kenneth A. Arndt, Philip E. LeBoit, June K. Robinson, and Bruce U. Wintroub, 1899 pp, with black-and-white and color illus, Philadelphia, Pa, WB Saunders Co, 1996.

Arch Dermatol. 1996;132(8):986-987. doi:10.1001/archderm.1996.03890320140029

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Abstract

While I have reviewed more than 100 books, seldom have I faced a review with more trepidation. Colleagues have told me of their attempts to review major textbooks and I have observed the efforts of distinguished physicians in many fields to cope with this task. Now it's my turn. First, I must confess to a number of conflicts of interest. I am a contributor to this book, having written a small chapter on cutaneous chemotherapy reactions. Second, I am one of the editors of another large dermatology textbook, Demis. Finally, as a young resident I was asked to contribute to Fitzpatrick and have always had a warm spot in my heart for that text.

The title suggests that Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery has a few distinguishing features. The "integrated approach" refers to a series of companion volumes, which include 3 currently available books (Atlas of Cutaneous Surgery, Cutaneous Medicine and

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