(Last Updated On: May 4, 2019)

Authors: Mendoza, CG, MD, FPDS

Abstract

The book was divided into 4 parts, the basics of brown skin, melasma in brown skin, vitiligo in brown skin, and finally other management options available for both conditions. It has a total of 33 chapters, each of which was equipped with clear photos and well-illustrated tables. It is an excellent well-written comprehensive textbook that is well-referenced and is highly recommended for all clinicians.

 

Citation

Mendoza C. (2018). [Review of the book Melasma and vitiligo in brown skin, by Handog E, Enriquez-Macarayo M]. J Phil dermatol Soc. 2018; 27(1): 91.

 

Keywords

Melasma, vitiligo, book review

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