D. A. Oakman

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The purpose of this paper is to show (1) the use and limitations of the techniques involved in immunofluorescent procedures, (2) to describe the skin diseases in which immunofluorescence is of diagnostic or therapeutic value and (3) to review our experience over the past two years. There are many skin diseases in which diagnosis can be difficult at a(More)
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