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We would like to thank all of the contributors to this Atlas during the past 40 years.

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Arturo Aballi

A. Bernard Ackerman

J. O'D. Alexander

Howard Balbi

William G. Ballinger

Charles S. Baraf

Robert Baron

Alexander G. Bearn

Jerrold M. Becker

Bernard W. Berger

Kassahun Bilcha

Eugene L. Bodian

Alanna Bree

Roman Bronfenbrener

Martin H. Brownstein

William Burke

Hector Caceres-Rios

Philip Charney

Platon J. Collipp

Maurice J. Costello

Vincent Derbes

Ncoza Dlova

Anthony N. Domonkos

Carola Duran-McKinster

Lawrence Eichenfield

Leon Eisenbud

Nancy B. Esterly

Robert P. Feinstein

Ilona J. Frieden

Alexander A. Fisher

Robert W. Goltz

Bernardo Gontijo

Ralph W. Grover

Paul Honig

Jonathan Horwitz

Sidney Hurwitz

Kathleen L. Hussey

Josef E. Jelinek

S. Wayne Klein

Irwin H. Krasna

Jose Kriner

Teresita A. Laude

Lawrence Leiblich

Chester M. Lessenden, Jr.

Moise Levy

Luther B. Lowe

Anthony Mancini

Andrew Margileth

Patricia M. Mauro

Diana McShane

John McSorley

Denise Metry

Dean S. Morrell

Anisa Mosam

Elise Olsen

Seth J. Orlow

Lamar S. Osment

Greg Puglisi

John R. T. Reeves

Perry Robins

Victor Torres Rodriguez

Leah Ronald

Avron Ross

James P. Rotchford

Ramon Ruiz-Maldonado

Ana Saenz-Cantele

Wiley M. Sams

Arthur Sawitsky

Lawrence A. Schachner

Keith M. Schneider

Edward Shapiro

Meyer H. Slatkin

Roy Stephens

Conrad Stritzler

Ronald Stritzler

Virginia Sybert

Joel A. Teisch

Louis Tobin

Donald Waldorf

William A. Welton

Zelma Wessely

David A. Whiting

Mary Williams

Constance Y. Wong

Albert Yan

Alex W. Young, Jr.

Erwin Zimmerman

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Department of Dermatology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University

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New York University School of Medicine (Skin and Cancer Unit) permitted use of photographs for the following figures: 2-12, 3-40, 4-7, 4-14, 4-30, 6-44, 7-2, 8-10, 8-32, 8-42, 8-43, 8-46, 9-6, 9-11, 11-3, 12-46, 12-47, 12-84, 12-88, 13-4, 13-14, 13-20, 14-8, 14-28, 14-29, 14-42, 14-77, 15-11, 15-52, 15-56, 15-57, 16-6, 17-26, 23-36, 24-9, 26-2, 28-6, 29-5, 29-45, 30-17, 30-18.

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The following figures have been used with permission:

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Figure 14-61: Listernick RH, Charrow J. The neurofibromatoses. In: Wolff K, Goldsmith LA, Katz SI et al (eds). Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General Medicine. 8th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill; 2012. Figures 15-59 and 15-60: Frieden IJ, Esterly NB. Selected genodermatoses in infants and children. Clin Dermatol. 1985 Jan-Mar;3(1):14-32. © Elsevier. Figures 18-1 and 18-8: Prose NS. HIV infection in children. J Am Acad Dermatol. 1990 Jun;22:1223-31. © Elsevier. Figure 18-3:Prose NS, Mendez H, Menikoff H, Miller HJ. Pediatr Dermatol. 1987 Aug;4(2):67-74. © John Wiley and Sons. Figures 18-4 and 18-7: Prose NS. Human immunodeficiency virus infection in childhood: The disease and its cutaneous manifestations. Adv Dermatol. 1990;5:113-30. © Elsevier. Figures 29-36 and 29-37: Whiting DA. Hair shaft defects. In: Olsen EA (ed). Disorders of Hair Growth: Diagnosis and Treatment. 2nd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill; 2003:138-39.

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