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Dermatologic manifestations of infections in immunocompromised patients.
Previous Figure Next Figure. However, it is certainly not meant to be comprehensive: the sections do not delve into microbiology, pathogenesis from the immunocompromised host's perspective, and only occasionally are treatment options mentioned. The authors performed a monumental task of reviewing published literature on the various skin manifestations reported with each pathogen. Organizing it as such would have been less distracting, at least for this reader.
For those seeking further information, the sources in the reference lists are well chosen. This aspect reflects the beautiful apprenticeship that is clinical medicine. I applaud the authors for this herculean endeavour of putting together a text that attempts to concisely describe skin presentations of infectious diseases in immunocompromised hosts. For physicians and allied care personnel involved in managing such patients, this book will visually complement standard textbooks of infectious diseases. Potential conflicts of interest. Conflicts that the editors consider relevant to the content of the manuscript have been disclosed.
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