The chapters are well referenced and the index is comprehensive Certainly it has a place in the library of all dermatology departments and should be compulsory reading for anyone embarking on research in this area. The book will be of interest to anyone dealing with patients with this common disorder and to researchers in the fields of epidemiology, genetics and immunology of atopic disorders. Giles and S. The book is technically of high quality' Sue Donald, Professional Nurse The editor and contributors definitely fill a niche in the current literature written about atopic dermatitis.
Their critical appraisal of the study designs makes you realize there is a paucity of good double-blind placebo controlled studies on which we base our ideas and treatment of atopy. In fact, readers will find they learn less 'hard facts' about the subject and more about the 'assumptions' we call truth in this book.
Professor Thomas Bieber, MD, PhD
I am not aware of other books in the field in which the epidemiology of this disease is covered so comprehensively. I think the book is well-written and specialists in the field will find it informative.
Doody's Review Service R By approaching atopic dermatitis in a novel way, this text raises useful questions that are sure to leave even the most experienced practitioners with new insights into this common disorder The end product is a book that is consistently readable, and which is sure to advance the cause of better understanding, management, and treatment of a disorder that afflicts so many people. The Lancet Certainly it has a place in the library of all dermatology departments and should be compulsory reading for anyone embarking on research in this area.
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