This book is a light-hearted celebration of otherinterestingimagesthathavebeentakenwithadermoscope.
Initially, each image is shown without any diagnosis. However, comments are provided in which each image is loosely interpreted as if the subject is a real skin lesion seen dermoscopically. Once the reader has had an opportunity to appreciate the image, a simple click reveals the naked-eye view.
This work will be of interest to anyone who uses a dermoscope.
The companion book ‘Dermoscopy melanoma, moles and skin tumours ~ a diagnostic atlas’ (which is part of the Minor Surgery series) will be of great benefit to primary care doctors, dermatologists and medical students.