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January 2022

Pediatric Dermatology Part I
Kelly M. Cordoro, Editor

Caring for children with skin disease is in equal measure rewarding and challenging. Managing patients with diverse backgrounds in the context of complex diagnoses, patient age, developmental stage, and beliefs and preferences of caregivers requires unique knowledge, skills, and strategies. In an era of rapid advancements in diagnosis and treatment, we must also remain cognizant of sociocultural evolution and environmental factors that should factor into our provision of care.

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Dermatologic Clinics brings you the most practical and comprehensive information on the treatment and care of skin disorders, complete with photos, drawings, and diagrams to illustrate points and demonstrate techniques. Published quarterly—in January, April, July, and October—each issue is devoted to a single timely topic related to clinical dermatology, including hair disorders, pediatric dermatology, autoinflammatory disorders, contact dermatitis, and more. From evaluation to treatment, Dermatologic Clinics covers what is most relevant to you in your practice.