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Unfortunately it was not Tinea but Lyme disease, the potentially fatal bacterial infection. It has been said that chiropractors see more skin than any other healthcare provider. We regularly look at skin on the back, an area notorious for malignant melanomas and rarely seen in a patient’s daily routine. Current dermatology tomes are written for medical students or medical doctors. Essentials of Dermatology for Chiropractors is written by chiropractors for chiropractors and as such has a more useable layout with several helpful sections.

Upright positional MRI of the lumbar spine. Clin Radiol 2008;63:1035—48. 3. Bertilson BC, Brosjo ¨ E, Billing H, Strender L-E. Assessment of nerve involvement in the lumbar spine: agreement between magnetic resonance imaging, physical examination and pain drawing findings. BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2010;11:202. 4. Kornelsen J, Mackey S. Potential clinical applications for spinal functional MRI. Curr Pain Headache Rep PMC )2010;(August). com/locate/clch BOOK REVIEW Interprofessional Teamwork for Health and Social Care S.

As well, some of the authors were co-investigators of the three featured largescale studies, which may lend to bias and lack of representation of the current interprofessional literature. To facilitate further research, information on related research grants would have added value to the resource lists. The book would also benefit from additional schematics and summary charts to synthesize information. Overall, I would recommend this text to policymakers, researchers and educational leaders in interprofessional teamwork for an understanding of its conceptual framework.

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