5 edition of Sunlight and man: Normal and abnormal photobiologic responses found in the catalog.
1974 by University of Tokyo Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||870|
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The articles are primarily review papers, several of which almost reaching monographic proportions, and the book also includes research reports, either laboratory or clinical.
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Sunlight and man: Normal and abnormal photobiologic responses book of our daily rhythms are dependent upon the sunlight. Natural sunlight has always been recognized for, and endowed with, health-giving by: M.A. Pathak, L.C. Harber, M. Seiji, A. Sunlight and man: Normal and abnormal photobiologic responses book, T.B.
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Photobiologic studies are skin tests performed to determine a person's degree of photosensitivity and assess abnormal cutaneous responses to light.
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Photoreactions between Skin-Photosensitizing Furocoumarins and Nucleic Acids, Sunlight and Man; Normal and Abnormal Photobiologic Responses. Methoxsalen with UV radiation should be used only by physicians who have special competence in the diagnosis and treatment of psoriasis and who have special training and experience in photochemotherapy.
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