By Ruggero Caputo;Gianluca Tadini
A lavishly illustrated consultant to just about two hundred inherited illnesses of the outside, hair, and nails. each one access comprises synonyms, age of onset, scientific findings, issues, path, laboratory findings, prognosis, treatment, and key references, including as much as way over only a choice of photos. as well as being a medical primer, this can be additionally a piece of clinical examine and includes the 1st revealed description of 2 new syndromes. The fast-moving global of genetic learn implies that the most recent genetic correlations, integrated the following, render earlier texts old-fashioned. All experts in dermatology and pediatrics should still locate this a useful front-line source within the sanatorium.
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