Where can I find the Ackerman dermpath books?

Nilf

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I can sell you one after I retire for 10k. I'd consider it a steal.

In all seriousness though, I think the book is interesting and somewhat legendary, but I rarely use it . First year in practice sure, not much nowadays. I consider Ackerman's algorithmic approach more of an intellectual framework rather than hard and fast rules.
 

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I can sell you one after I retire for 10k. I'd consider it a steal.

In all seriousness though, I think the book is interesting and somewhat legendary, but I rarely use it . First year in practice sure, not much nowadays. I consider Ackerman's algorithmic approach more of an intellectual framework rather than hard and fast rules.

I left all mine at my office for the new guy when i retired. They weren’t that great. The big one they called the “golden cadillac “ really tended to muddy the waters more than provide definitive dx’s.
 
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