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We therefore decided to write a book that should meet the needs of a general practitioner. To make the book helpful for the primary care physician, we have focused more on common skin problems and have discussed the diagnosis and treatment of these disorders in depth to help the general practitioner in diagnosing and treating them. The chapter on the management of skin d- wart chickenpox virus wart chickenpox virus gives the details of topical, systemic, and the phy- cal modalities used in treating skin disease.
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We have included the common d- eases of other continents, as the general practitioner especially of developed countries has patients from all over the world. Congenital and hereditary disorders are discussed with wart chickenpox virus corresponding chapters, which makes it easier for the reader to remember.
A number of practical points are included with each subject, and history of dermatology is included where appropriate to make the subject interesting to read.