Dermatosurgery

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Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Medical - 152 pages
Dermatosurgery cannot readily be therefore be to impart the knowledge assigned to anyone branch of medical that gives the dermatologist this free science, and as with any borderline dom of choice. This involves the teach case, this assignation is a matter of con ing not only of the basic principles of troversy. Since the end of the last cen dermatosurgery but also of the ability tury, the place of the subject in the field to discriminate according to the most of dermatology has been firmly estab varied criteria. In this field, technical lished. This is hardly surprising, since knowledge, motivation, and enthusi a number of specialists in dermatology asm are not enough; talent is also re spent the first part of their professional quired. C. Moncorps was engaged in work life as surgeons: for example, E. Lang of Vienna, famous for his treatment of on a monograph on dermatosurgery lupus by plastic surgery; and K. Linser (unfortunately nowhere near comple of Tiibingen, one of the originators of tion) at the time of his death. As a for varicose-vein stripping. H.T. Schreus mer pupil and long-standing colleague and C. Moncorps were distinguished of his, it is particularly gratifying to me to see colleagues past and present con members of a later generation of sur gery-oriented dermatologists; the der tinuing a tradition in their work.
 

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