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Best Derm text book....

Discussion in 'Dermatology' started by nofear, Dec 12, 2005.

  1. nofear

    nofear Member
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    Hi hope everyone is well. I wanted to know if there is one text book or any text book in derm that residents and physicians like to refer to, like robbins pathology...any help would be awesome...thanks
     
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  3. raptor5

    raptor5 Fooled by Randomness
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    I have Clinical Dermatology by Habif and Cosmetic Dermatology Principles & Practice by Baumann. Note I am neither a Derm resident or Attending.
     
  4. MOHS_01

    MOHS_01 audemus jura nostra defendere
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    Best single textbook, hands down, is Bolognia's "Dermatology" two volume set. That is the only one that I would consider dropping hard earned (or borrowed) cash on. Andrew's would be good if you could pick it up on the cheap, but don't buy a new one.
     
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    Are there any good semi-review/text books for a 4 week elective?
     
  6. messydoc

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    Color atlas by Fitzpatrick comes in handy :oops: :clap:
     

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