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Alex Fisher has done it again! Do you have patients who go to the sea? If you do, or even if they go to the lake, this book is a magnificent information source. Dr Fisher succinctly reviews dermatitis caused by Coelenterates, echinoderms, mollusks, sponges, seaweed, marine worms, venomous fish, marine bacteria, and aquatic equipment. The descriptions are brief, to the point, and practical; the photographs, superb; and the illustrations and tables, handsome. The references, as characterizes all of Dr Fisher's endeavors, are up to date. This elegant and practical work is meant to be read as well as utilized as a reference. Aquatic Dermatology joins Dr Fisher's books as a core volume for all practicing physicians.
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