TITLE

Radiological associations with dermatological disease

AUTHOR(S)
J Jones; C Brenner; R Chinn; C B Bunker
PUB. DATE
July 2005
SOURCE
British Journal of Radiology;Jul2005, Vol. 78 Issue 931, p662
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Skin disease and its treatment may have radiological connotations. Though this article is not a comprehensive account of dermatological and radiological associations, it provides an eclectic selection of some common and some rare clinical entities, which the practicing radiologist may recognize or remember.
ACCESSION #
18496732

 

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