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June 1922


Arch Derm Syphilol. 1922;5(6):836. doi:10.1001/archderm.1922.02350310145012

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This is one of those atlases of dermatology made in Germany which makes us envious of the ability of the Germans to reproduce skin diseases in colored illustrations. It contains seventy-five pages of good description of dermatoses as they appear in children; but the illustrations are the valuable part of the book. These consist of 119 excellent colored reproductions from moulages, most of which leave nothing to be desired in the way of accurate illustrations. A few, however, are overcolored. While they illustrate primarily the dermatoses of childhood, they are equally good, for the most part, as illustrations of the same conditions occurring in adults. It is a valuable atlas for any one interested in skin diseases.

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