Everything clinicians need to know about the pediatric dermatologic conditions most often seen in daily practice
Dermatology in Pediatrics clearly and succinctly covers all the issues in pediatric dermatology that routinely turn up in emergency rooms, pediatrician's offices, and on the wards, as well as topics that are essential for board success. It is includes some rare conditions, that cannot be misdiagnosed due to the potential for high morbidity.
The book is extremely user friendly, with consistently organized text on the left hand page that details synonyms, incidence, age of presentation, pathogenesis, key features, symptoms, morphology, distribution, differential diagnosis, and management and prognosis. High-quality illustrations and photographs appear on the right hand page. The goal of Dermatology in Pediatrics is for clinicians to be able to quickly and easily find all the necessary diagnosis and treatment information on a given topic on two well-designed, well-illustrated pages.