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"I particularly like the idea of a symptom orientated approach. This is exactly how patients present"
J Buchan


"...a book written for GPs by a GP is more likely to be relevant and interesting to its proposed readers than a similar book written by a consultant with no experience of the realities of general practice."
P Bradbury


"Dermatology is a look and feel speciality. Whilst the feel element cannot be mimicked, good quality photographs should be included as a pre–requisite."
P Little

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This book is designed to help develop a GPs skill in disease recognition and treatment. For this reason it approaches the subject from a symptoms–specific rather than a disease–specific angle.
It contains approximately 60 high–quality illustrations and explanatory text. It is ideal for use as an instant reference in day–to–day clinical practice or as part of ongoing CME. It would be ideally suited for those studying for the Diploma in Practical Dermatology

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Although there are a vast number of dermatological conditions, a small number lead to the majority of inappropriate referrals [4]. Read the first page
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