Rave reviews for previous editions! "... should serve as a standard against which all future atlases will be measured ..." New England Journal of Medicine "... an unbeatable value" Archives of Dermatology "... an excellent resource for all health care providers ... "Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners "... an excellent stand-alone atlas and management guide" Annals of Internal Medicine For generations of doctors and health care providers, the FITZ ATLAS & SYNOPSIS remains the number one reference for quick and comprehensive on-the-spot diagnosis. Here's why: Extensive library of superb color photos more than 800 (there are actually 857 figures and images) many new from the authors' international collection. Comprehensive coverage of conditions more than 400 conditions from the most mild and common to the most severe in both children and adults Accessible format An easy-to-follow interior format that provides,for each condition, one or more photographs, a concise summary of clinical features, etiology, lab test guidelines, differential diagnosis and treatment. In-depth coverage of important conditions more than 30 images of melanoma; comprehensive listings of therapy for infections diseases, etc. Softcover and affordable to all physicians, students, and healthcare professionals around the world Master authors Klaus Wolff and Richard A. Johnson continue the expert tradition established by Thomas B. Fitzpatrick by providing a new and improved format to meet today's healthcare needs NEW TO THIS EDITION More than 300 new images, many focusing on conditions of people of color More than 50 % of text restructured, completely rewritten, and management updated throughout New chapter of how to make a diagnosis User-friendly color design and icons to improve information retrieval Website listings for selected conditions, including skin manifestations of bioterrorism for physicians and patients Visit http: //www.accessmedbooks.comWolff, Klauss is the author of 'Fitzpatrick's Color Atlas And Synopsis Of Clinical Dermatology', published 2005 under ISBN 9780071440196 and ISBN 0071440194.