By Robert A. Norman
Written through a number one dermatologist, The Blue guy and different tales of the Skin presents a compelling and available advent to the lifetime of our greatest organ, whereas additionally recounting the author’s reports with memorable sufferers he has handled that suffer from mysterious epidermis stipulations. Robert Norman starts off by means of highlighting the features of the surface, tracing the historical past of its stipulations and ailments, then analyzing the cultural, social and mental influence of either colour and irregularity. The e-book additionally good points an soaking up choice of tales approximately a few of his so much fascinating sufferers: from a guy whose pores and skin mysteriously grew to become blue, to a hypochondriacal lady who starts to teach indicators of a life-threatening sickness. this can be a attention-grabbing account of the dynamic nature of the surface, and the folks who inhabit it.
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