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New PDF release: An Atlas of the Commoner Skin Diseases. With 147 Plates

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By Henry C. G. Semon

ISBN-10: 1483283046

ISBN-13: 9781483283043

An Atlas of the Commoner epidermis illnesses, Fourth variation offers a set of the dermatoses most ordinarily obvious within the regimen of out-patient perform. This ebook comprises in every one plate abbreviated medical descriptions, the real differential diagnoses, and descriptions of remedy. prepared into 148 chapters, this version starts with an outline of the present type of zits vulgaris in its papulo-pustular degree. this article then illustrates the most features of a built and revolutionary patch of alopecia areata. different chapters think about the case of acute seborrhoeic dermatitis of the scalp and face, that's the most common of all dermis illnesses. This ebook discusses to boot the cutaneous issues of varicose veins and the case of occupational or alternate eczema. the ultimate bankruptcy offers with the infrequent situation of tylosis, that's a bilateral and symmetrical congenital sexy thickening of the outside of the fingers and soles. This booklet is a invaluable source for dermatologists.

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A s improvement occurs the lotion may be replaced altogether by creams containing increasing additions of sulphur and salicylic acid (from î to 2 or 3 per cent). If there is much pus or a tendency to furunculosis, the addition of ichthyol, both in the lotions and liniments, is indicated. T h e later stages favour the application 54 PLATE S E B O R R H Œ I C XXI D E R M A T I T I S 55 (Acute) AN ATLAS OF THE COMMONER SKIN DISEASES of tar in some form—the liquor picis carbonis in lotions, the oil of cade in oily or greasy preparations.

It should not be applied locally in any form, as the seborrhœic epidermis is already sensitized and eczematized, and penicillin is likely to aggravate that tendency, and may provoke a permanent susceptibility to one of our most potent therapeutic weapons. If, as in some cases, the eruption, perhaps accompanied by fever, persists, a microscopical or cultural examination of the discharge may reveal pyocyaneus contamination. These organisms do not respond easily to treatment and are refractory even to penicillin.

Introduced originally by the Germans under the name o f luminal, it may be responsible for rashes resembling measles, scarlet fever, or even erythema multiforme, with or without bullous or ulcerative lesions in the mouth or other mucous surfaces (genitalia or cornea). Itching may be present. Opium in its many forms and its derivatives are stated to provoke urticaria in susceptible individuals. Cocaine may be responsible for a general pruritus, which is sometimes localized to the anal margin. ) The Sulphonamides, prescriptions for which nowadays vie with those given for phenobarbitone, can evoke somewhat similar effects.

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