Volume 13 - Issue 5 - May 2005

Dermatology must be understood at many levels, from the biochemical, through the histopathologic, to the clinical (and perhaps on to the epidemiologic from there). Our growing knowledge base is disseminated in many forms and venues: textbooks, journal articles, e-mail discussions and lectures, to name a few. Within this smorgasbord of information sources, Skin & Aging attempts to provide a source for practical information in an easily digestible format. The practice of dermatology is extraordinarily diverse. We care for patients of all sizes, flavors and tastes. The skin is affected by all