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Dahl has written a basic text for the nondermatologist about recognition and treatment of common skin ailments that has both assets and liabilities. The author presents not a reference text but a hardbound work manual that attempts to detail specific treatment suggestions. Here, he succeeds; but such attempts to give specific treatments with currently available proprietary and prescription medications are quickly outdated. I would rather have seen these data presented in an expandable loose-leaf binder.
Further, the author tries to demystify recognition of common and unusual skin ailments for the nondermatologist. This is always a difficult task for a book,
Common Office Dermatology.. Ann Intern Med. 1984;100:331–332. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-100-2-331_2
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