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Skin and connective tissue diseases

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  • Childhood diseases 3. Skin disease Subscription

    29 JUL 2000
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    This article reviews the most common skin disorders seen in children and outlines an approach to their management

  • Making the most of emollients Subscription

    17 FEB 2001 By Christine Clark
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    Emollients are commonly prescribed for skin conditions but are often used incorrectly. This article explains how pharmacists can help patients to get the most from their emollient

  • Treatment of fungal nail infections Subscription

    Alan Nathan, BPharm, FRPharmS, is a freelance pharmacy writer and consultantSUMMARY

  • Sweating and hyperhidrosis Subscription

    Christine Clark, PhD, FRPharmS, is a freelance writer and pharmaceutical consultant SUMMARY

  • Chickenpox and shingles infection Subscription

    Susan Allen, PgD(Comm), MRPharms, is a freelance pharmaceutical writer and copy writer from Market Harborough, Leceistershire

  • Scalp problems in the pharmacy Subscription

    The scalp covers the top of the head and comprises five layers of tissue, the first letters of which conveniently spell scalp:

  • Head lice treatments and advice Subscription

    Head lice can affect people of any age but children betweenthe ages of four and 11 years are the most frequently infested. Surveysin UKschools have found between 4 and 22 per cent of children are affected.

  • Skin cancer — identification and primary prevention Subscription

    John Smithson is a lecturer and Ian Heslop is a senior lecturer, both at the School of Pharmacy & Molecular Sciences, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia John Bavosi/SPL

  • Skin cancer — surgical and medical management Subscription

    Ian Heslop is a senior lecturer and John Smithson is a lecturer, both at the School of Pharmacy and Molecular Sciences, James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland, Australia AJ PHOTO/HOP AMERICAN/SPL

  • Advising women with hirsutism Subscription

    Hirsutism is estimated to affect up to 15 per cent of women. Christine Clark gives an overview of its diagnosis and management SUMMARY

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