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The book deals with dermatologic diseases involving serious cutaneous malignancies. The sections are organized alphabetically and color-coded. Approximately 40 disease states are discussed with accompanying full-color clinical and microscopic photography. Each entity contains a single clinical photograph accompanied by three photomicrographs detailing the diagnostic features of each case. Subsections detailing disease prognosis are presented in a bullet-style. The pedagogical value of this book is its unique presentation of a variety of dermatologic entities capable of leading to serious medical consequences including death.
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Michael Moran is an Australian travel writer, novelist, musician and teacher. He has written a novel called Point Venus (1998) and two travel books: Beyond the Coral Sea: Travels in the Old Empires of the South-West Pacific (2003) and A Country in the Moon: Travels in Search of the Heart of Poland.
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