Dermatology: An Illustrated Colour Text is an ideal resource for today’s medical student
Dermatology: An Illustrated Colour Text Sixth Edition PDF is an best Guide book for Dermatology lovers mainly final year students who loves dermatology and really interested in knowing the basic conceptes till Treatment and recent updates this book will be the best one for knowing the more detailed concepts in dermatology with updated Guidlines.we hope this book will help you.
There has been a near revolution in how a published medical text is handled by its users since we wrote the fifth edition of this work in 2011. For this type of book, there will be considerable usage online. The content and presentation of the sixth edition of this book has been developed to accommodate readers’ likely use in the smartphone age. Our publishers, Elsevier, have been of considerable assistance in this task, providing the platform for the delivery of an interactive, searchable and well illustrated text.
In order to make use of the opportunities offered by online publication, we have increased the flexibility of the educational level of the text. Previously we aimed to write and illustrate a book that was suitable for medical students and general practitioners but which would also appeal to the early trainee in dermatology. This is still the case, and the printed version has been fully updated, but online publication has given us the chance to broaden the scope of the book. We have added some material at a higher level that can be accessed by those that opt to use it, whilst bolstering the basic strengths of the text through the use of additional illustrations.
Online publishing has allowed us, for each topic covered, to introduce innovations. These include selfassessment questions, flashcards, a picture gallery of dermatological diseases and direct Internet links to other sources of information and reference. It has also been possible to highlight throughout the text, new treatments and dermatological emergencies.
We are aware that the specialty of dermatology is constantly changing.There is presently a greater emphasis than ever before on skin cancer, its recognition and management, and we have reflected this in our content. Other areas that have developed into subspecialisms, which have required additional text, include genital dermatoses, psychodermatology, cosmetic procedures, and advances in dermatologic surgery.
We trust that our target audience of medical students, family doctors, hospital residents, specialty registrars in dermatology or internal medicine, and specialist nurses will continue to find our book helpful in the diagnosis and management of patients with skin diseases.