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CRC Press publishes medical books and journals across a wide range of therapy areas including Toxicology, Pharmaceutical Science, Cardiology, Infectious Disease, Oncology and Dermatology.

These are some of the other key books and journals that we feel mostly closely complement the content included in Litt's Drug Eruption & Reaction Database.


1. Handbook of Systemic Drug Treatment in Dermatology, Third Edition by Sarah H Wakelin, Howard I Maibach and Clive B Archer

This accessible and concise guide helps prescribers and patients make rational decisions about drug treatment while considering know risks and potential unwanted effects.

Handbook of Systemic Drug Treatment in Dermatology - 3rd Edition - Sar (

2. Differential Diagnosis in Dermatology, Fifth Edition by Richard Ashton and Barbara Leppard
A highly effective guide to dermatological diagnosis in the surgery or clinic, taking the reader through the process of diagnosing skin disease, from the basic biology of skin, history taking, and describing skin lesions, to carrying out special investigations. In full color, with over 1100 illustrations.
Differential Diagnosis in Dermatology - 5th Edition - Richard Ashton (

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1. Expert Opinion on Drug Safety
Editor-in-Chief: Roger McIntyre, MD – University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Expert Opinion on Drug Safety is a MEDLINE indexed, peer-reviewed, international journal publishing review articles and original papers on all aspects of drug safety.

Each issue contains:

  • Reviews covering occurrence, management and prevention of drug-associated adverse events; risk-benefit analyses of individual drugs and drug classes; safety in 'at risk' patient populations; comparative tolerability studies; pharmacovigilance and pharmacoepidemiological studies
  • Original research papers reporting the results of post-marketing surveillance and other safety studies looking at specific drugs, populations and outcomes; methods for the detection and evaluation of drug-associated adverse events
  • Drug Safety Evaluations profiling the safety data on a particular drug
  • Meeting Highlights
  • Editorials

Expert Opinion on Drug Safety

2. Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism & Toxicology
Editor-in-Chief: Luis G. Valerio Jr, PhD - U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Washington, DC, USA

Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism & Toxicology is a MEDLINE-indexed, peer-reviewed, international journal publishing review articles on all aspects of ADME-Tox.

Each issue contains:

  • Reviews covering metabolic, pharmacokinetic and toxicological issues relating to specific drugs, drug class or their use in specific populations
  • issues relating to enzymes involved in the metabolism, disposition and excretion of drugs
  • techniques involved in the study of drug metabolism and toxicology
  • Drug Evaluations reviewing the clinical, toxicological and pharmacokinetic data on a particular drug
  • Technology Evaluations reviewing a particular technology involved in obtaining ADME-Tox data
  • Meeting Highlights
  • Editorials

Expert Opinion on Drug Metabolism & Toxicology

3. Journal of Dermatological Treatment
Editors in Chief: Peter Van de Kerkhof, MD, PhD - University Hospital, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Steven R Feldman, MD, PhD - Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, USA

The Journal of Dermatological Treatment covers all aspects of the treatment of skin disease, including the use of topical and systematically administered drugs and other forms of therapy. The Journal is positioned to give dermatologists cutting edge information on new treatments in all areas of dermatology. It also publishes valuable clinical reviews on dermatological treatments. The journal is relevant to all those involved in dermatological therapeutics, including clinical dermatologists in office and hospital practice, academic and investigational dermatologists, dermatologists in training, academic pharmacologists, those in the pharmaceutical industry, pharmacists and dermatology nurses.
Journal of Dermatological Treatment