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The fourth edition of White's "Occupational Affections of the Skin" has just been published, and any one who knows of his interest and indefatigable industry in this field of medicine need not be told that it has been brought up to date. It covers the whole field as no other work in English does. In order to do this, in this edition, as in the second and third, the author recast almost the entire text and made a new volume. To cover the whole field without increasing the extent of the text, he condensed the subject as far as possible, but every subject is considered, though often concisely. One wishes that he had not felt himself so restricted in space and had given his unequaled knowledge in this field freer range. Often when there is a brief statement with reference to the literature, those who know the fulness of White's
The Dermatergoses or Occupational Affections of the Skin. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1934;29(6):970. doi:10.1001/archderm.1934.01460120167022
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