5 edition of Clinical genodermatology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Thomas Butterworth, Roger L. Ladda.|
|Contributions||Ladda, Roger L.|
|LC Classifications||RL72 .B982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1 > :|
|ISBN 10||0030561272, 0030591392|
|LC Control Number||81001006|
Book reviews The Genetics ofCoeliac Disease EditedbyRBMcConnell.(Ppxxxi +; figures + tables. £24*) Lancaster, Boston, The Hague: MTPPress. Gluten sensitive enteropathy (GSE) has great interest for clinical geneticists because, unlike diabetes and most other HLAassociated putative autoimmune diseases, an avoidable environmental agent is known. Strict adherance to a gluten freeAuthor: K E Davies. Book reviews in this article: Dermatology: Current Concepts and Practice. Patrick Hall‐Smith and R. J. Cairns, Editors. Clinical Genodermatology—Volume 1 and Volume II. Thomas Butterworth and Roger L. Ladda. Clinical Dermatology: An Illustrated Textbook. Rona M. Mackie. The Skin of Vertebrates. R. J. C. Spearman and P. A. Riley, Editors. Pathology of Malignant Melanoma. A. Bernard Ackerman.
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Clinical genodermatology book genodermatology. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, (OCoLC) Document Type. The recent explosions of ideas in genetics, the advances in chromosomal study techniques, and the refinements in protein chemistry are just now beginning to permeate clinical medicine.
The geneticist is drawn now from his Drosophila to the central mystery which is the human bedside, and the clinician relies on him increasingly to explain what previously could only be described. The authors, one a dermatologist of wide experience, the other a distinguished dentist, collaborate here in a book which presents the various dermatologic and mucocutaneous conditions which result from dominant or recessive genes or from a variation in the number of chromosomes.
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It is not known how many heritable disorders of man may predispose to malignancy. It seems plausible, however, that tumor growth might flourish in particular metabolic milieus.
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