Samuel Weinberg, MD, Morris Leider, MD, Lewis Shapiro, MD, 246 pp, 773 illus, $42.50, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1975.
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This book contains 773 color photographs of clinical conditions and histological sections and approximately 70,000 words of text. In addition, Dr Leider presents a brief section on the elements of dermatology, and Dr Shapiro outlines a few basic principles of the microscopical anatomy of the skin.
The authors divided their subjects into 20 sections on related conditions, based on etiological, morphological, pathogenetic, and developmental similarities. I was particularly impressed by the format the authors used to present their material. Each clinical condition portrayed is allotted a brief, concise, and precise paragraph of accompanying text; many of these paragraphs are supplemented with excellent histopathological photomicrographs and descriptions. Combining the three features of clinical photography, text, and histopathological material affords the reader a good deal more basic knowledge for further in-depth investigation.
The clinical spectrum covered in this book is vast, including extensive representation of common conditions and reasonable inclusion of rare
Odom RB. Color Atlas of Pediatric Dermatology. Arch Dermatol. 1976;112(2):265. doi:10.1001/archderm.1976.01630260063021
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