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Since diagnoses of diseases of the skin depend primarily on familiarity with the various appearances of lesions, an atlas in colors of the more common types of skin disturbances is a valuable aid to any medical student. The three volumes of this atlas are, therefore, of value primarily for the pictures that they present. The discussions as to symptoms and treatment are quite inadequate; they are but the briefest of outlines, which in every instance have to be supplemented by reference to more suitable texts.
Atlas of Diseases of the Skin: With Diagnostic and Therapeutic. JAMA. 1926;86(9):647. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670350057035
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