Fitzpatrick's Dermatology, Ninth Edition, 2-Volume Set (Fitzpatricks Dermatology in General Medicine)
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The acclaimed masterwork of dermatology --- reinvented by an all new editorial team
For nearly half a century Fitzpatrick’s has been recognized worldwide as the field of dermatology’s cornerstone text. This trusted classic covers all of the essentials, from the basic science of the skin to the day-to-day clinical issues of managing common skin disorders. Backed by the expertise of more than 500 world-renowned contributors, it is the reference of choice for clinicians, students, and educators. Fitzpatrick’s skillful blending of science and clinical medicine is matched only by its scope, level of detail, and quality of presentation.
The Ninth Edition continues this tradition of excellence with sweeping changes designed to make it even more relevant to today’s practice and education.
The ALL-NEW Fitzpatrick’s:
New editors diverse in expertise and international in location of practice have endeavored to build on the achievements of previous editions, while providing fresh insight into the content and new thinking regarding optimal structure of the book
Reorganized and updated content – important general basic science concepts are extensively covered in dedicated chapters appearing at the beginning of the book, allowing subsequent clinical chapters to focus on relevant disease-specific pathophysiology, in addition to clinical features, diagnosis, clinical course, and management
Unmatched visual presentation includes more than 3,000 illustrations, including more than 2,700 full-color photographs; all tables and At-a-Glance boxes are either new or completely revised
An improved index to speed you to the information you require about a concept, condition, or therapy
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