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The second edition of Lewis' Practical Dermatology contains approximately 350 pages and over 500 illustrations in black and white, which are conveniently and practically placed near the subject matter. There are also under the photographs short, pointed, descriptive captions. Essentially all the common dermatoses are briefly covered and described, especially as to etiology, symptoms, clinical picture, and treatment. There is a tendency for the author to stick somewhat to the older forms of treatment, but he has also readily accepted most of the newer forms, some of which have already been found inadequate. It is difficult in these days to
Practical Dermatology.. Ann Intern Med. 1959;51:1435–1436. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-51-6-1435_2
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