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The expert guide to identifying and understanding the differences of common dermatology conditions in patients with all skin tonesBy 2050, it is expected that over nearly half the U.S. population will have darker skin tones or skin of color, yet physicians are still being trained to diagnose skin conditions based on white skin. Unfortunately, dermatologists, medical students, and other health professionals often inaccurately diagnose skin disease in skin of color patients due to inadequate training.The perfect resource for comparative study of dermatologic disorders in skin of color, Taylor and Elbuluk's Color Atlas and Synopsis for Skin of Color helps you recognize the differences between skin of color and Caucasian skin and provide optimal diagnosis of patients with all skin tones. Through hundreds of color images, this unique guide illustrates the differences in appearance of common dermatology conditions between Fitzpatrick's Skin Type I-III light skin tones and Fitzpatrick's Skin Type IV-VI dark skin tones. Taylor and Elbuluk's provides a comprehensive look at common diseases that fall into the following categories:Inflammatory/Papulosquamous DisordersInfectionsInfestations/BitesDrug ReactionsFollicular DisordersBenign NeoplasmsMalignanciesAlopeciasPigmentary DisordersPhotosensitivity