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Kontaktallergene 1992

  • Peter J. Frosch
  • Beate Pilz
Part of the Fortschritte der praktischen Dermatologie und Venerologie book series (DERMATOLOGIE, volume 13)

Zusammenfassung

Wie in anderen Teilgebieten der Dermatologie ist der Wissenszuwachs pro Jahr auf dem Gebiet der Kontaktdermatitis ganz erheblich. Die Spezialliteratur umfaßt in jedem Jahr viele hundert Seiten, die führende englischsprachige Zeitschrift Contact Dermatitis wächst in jedem Jahr um zwei stattliche Bände. Wie soll da der praktizierende Dermatologe noch Schritt halten und auf dem laufenden bleiben?

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  • Peter J. Frosch
  • Beate Pilz

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