We have listed below many of the key dermatologic textbooks that students, residents and attendings need to have access to. Use the Book Search to find titles that you don't see here.Thursday, August 17, 2017
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Featured Dermatology TextBooks
Rook's Textbook of Dermatologyby D. A. Burns, S. M. Breathnach, Neil Cox, Christopher E. Griffiths: The late Arthur Rook established the Textbook of Dermatology as the most comprehensive work of reference available to the dermatologist and it enjoys instant name recognition. Each subsequent edition has been expanded as the subject has developed and the book remains the ultimate source of clinical information for the trainee and practising dermatologist alike. Rook's Textbook covers all aspects of skin disease from basic science through pathology and epidemiology to clinical practice. It has always been particularly highly regarded for its unparalelled coverage of diagnosis. Two new Editors, Dr Cox and Professor Griffiths, have been brought in to the team from complimentary backgrounds in clinical practice and research. The seventh edition contains three completely new chapters on immunodeficiency, AIDS and skin ageing.
Textbook of Dermatopathology by Raymond Barnhill, Raymond Barnhill: Thirty-seven chapters, written by specialists who teach and practice mainly in the US, are arranged in five parts: inflammatory reactions in the skin; predominantly noninflammatory conditions; infections; proliferations hamartomas, hyperplasias, and neoplasias; and disorders of nails and the oral mucosa.
Color Atlas & Synopsis of Clinical Dermatology by: Thomas B. Fitzpatrick, Richard Johnson, K. Wolff, Richard Suurmond.
Clinical Dermatology: A Color Guide to Diagnosis and Therapy by Thomas P., Md. Habif, Thomas P. Habif.
Dermatology Pocket Guides
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