By Jón Hjaltalín Ólafsson, Roderick James Hay
This publication is an up to date sensible advisor to the remedy of either universal and weird bacterial, fungal, and protozoal epidermis infections. Antibiotics and different remedies for universal dermis illnesses equivalent to pimples, rosacea, erysipelas, and impetigo are widely mentioned, and an intensive replace is supplied on remedies for fungal infections within the nails, hair, and epidermis. present remedies for epidermis indicators linked to sexually transmitted illnesses also are explored intimately. more than a few mycobacterial infections are mentioned, and one other bankruptcy considers the remedy of protozoal infections, together with leishmaniasis, that are frequently surprising to practitioners within the Western international. this convenient booklet, with its priceless pictures and transparent lists of indicators, remedies, and functional guidance, could be an incredible speedy reference for the busy practitioner.
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Antibiotic and Antifungal Therapies in Dermatology by Jón Hjaltalín Ólafsson, Roderick James Hay