The Manual of Dermatology was developed by Dr.
Cafardi at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Dermatology, and covers broad dermatological topics necessary for any dermatology resident treating patients. Topics include alopecia, medication dosing and management pearls, fungal disorders, genodermatoses, differential diagnoses of various skin diseases, management of infections, surgical anatomy and tips, HIV dermatology, pediatric dermatology, and skin cancer management and terminology.
- A Manual of Dermatology for Developing Countries.
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The practicality of this book is unique and includes key clinical data for residents, making it essential as a reference for quick differential diagnoses, work-up tips, management, and treatment options. The Manual of Dermatology is portable, comprehensive, easily accessible, and is based upon algorithms, tables, and pearls taught to dermatology medical students, making it a vital resource in all university medical libraries across the country.
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Toggle navigation. The stated targeted readership of this book are physicians, medical students, and health workers in developing countries. This manual, however, should be considered a valuable source of balanced dermatologic basic information strengthened by the emphasis and wealth of knowledge that the author imparts on tropical diseases and disorders affected by the socioeconomic and cultural environment of developing countries.
The manual is divided into 20 chapters and two appendixes, one a practical formulary and the other a topographical diagnosis. The first chapter is on fundamentals, including structure and function of the skin, physical diagnosis, glossary, and basic concepts of therapy. Wellorganized and comprehensive, this chapter could be the core of information that any medical student or a first-year resident in dermatology needs to capture in his or her first exposure to this field.
The second chapter, on the other hand, becomes the distinguishing feature of this manual and, on its merits,.
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