Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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American Medical Association, 1920 - Dermatology
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Page 1 - The individual cysts vary in size from that of a hemp seed to that of a hazelnut or walnut.
Page 84 - Who'll press for gold this crowded street, A hundred years to come? Who'll tread yon church with willing feet, A hundred years to come?
Page 84 - ll tread yon church with willing feet, A hundred years to come ? Pale trembling age, and fiery youth, And childhood with its brow of truth ; The rich and poor, on land and sea, — Where will the mighty millions be A hundred years to come ? We all within our graves shall sleep, A hundred years to come ; No living soul for us will weep, A hundred years to come.
Page 84 - WHERE, where will be the birds that sing, A hundred years to come ? The flowers that now in beauty spring, A hundred years to come...
Page 310 - ... lobulated. The size of the tumor depends on the amount of oil injected and the extent of the individual reaction. Instead of being rounded in outline they are linear, with definite sharp angles limiting them from the adjacent normal muscular tissue.
Page 748 - Saint-Louis, Member of the Academy of Medicine, Paris, France; Honorary Member of the American Dermatological Association, etc. Authorized translation from the second French edition. Edited with notes by S. Pollitzer, New York, ex-President of the American Dermatological Association ; Corresponding Member of the French Society of Dermatology and Syphilography, etc.
Page 223 - The lungs contained eight or nine nodules, -varying in size from that of a millet seed to that of a pea.
Page 412 - The reported cases of this group of ectodermal defects have exhibited a total absence of sweat glands, an almost total absence of sebaceous glands, a hypotrichosis with absence of lanugo hair, and a dental aplasia. Such patients suffer from a disturbance of the heat regulating mechanism, dependent on the inability of their skins to eliminate the necessary amount of water to keep the temperature level constant under varying external conditions.
Page 400 - There was no history of any other member of the family having been afflicted as was our patient.
Page 686 - Grade 1. 22. Of the patients operated on and traced, 40.52 per cent, are dead and 59.47 per cent, are alive. 23. Of the living patients, 92.85 per cent, report a good result, having been free from the disease on an average of 7.76 years. 24. Of the patients operated on who have died' con•cerning whom information has been received, 63.63 per cent, died from epithelioma.

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