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This work is taken up in a systematic and comprehensive manner. The first chapter deals with the urticarias, pruritus and eczemas of infancy. The second chapter discusses the pyodermal infections, the third pemphigus and bullous eruptions, the fourth parasitic diseases and the fifth diseases of the hair in infancy. The plates and descriptions are good; the etiology and pathology are well discussed, and various forms of treatment are given which are standard in this country as well as in Europe.
QUELQUES DERMATOSES COMMUNES DE L'ENFANCE. Am J Dis Child. 1930;40(6):1380. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1930.01940060220024
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