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Any work from the pen of William A. Pusey, the Nestor of American Dermatology, must be good, and his latest History of Dermatology is no exception. It is a concise, absorbing story of the growth and development of dermatology from ancient times to, and including, its present status as a branch of medicine burdened with a nomenclature fearfully and wonderfully made. The history is written in a plain unassuming style, readable and understandable by lay and professional alike. The very close, intimate, and inseparable relation between dermatology and medicine is made evident in the introduction. Since skin lesions in many
The History of Dermatology.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;6:1239. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-9-1239
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