Illustrated Skin Diseases: An Atlas and Text-book with Special Reference to Modern Diagnosis and the Most Approved Methods of Treatment

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E.B. Treat, 1902 - Dermatology - 446 pages
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Page 61 - Seborrhœa is a disease of the sebaceous glands characterized by an excessive and abnormal secretion of sebaceous matter, appearing on the skin as an oily coating, crusts, or scales.
Page 278 - They are met with about the face, scalp and other parts, and vary from the size of a pea to that of an orange.
Page 13 - ... the palms and soles, the dorsal surfaces of the third phalanges of the fingers and toes, the glans penis, and the inner surface of the prepuce being hairless.
Page 294 - The eruption consists of hemorrhagic patches varying in size from that of a small coin to that of the palm of the hand, which come out suddenly and in considerable numbers.
Page 253 - The lymphatic vessels and the veins are enormously dilated, and the tissues are saturated with lymph. All the elements of the skin are more or less hypertrophied from the presence of new connective tissue, but the greatest change is in the subcutis. Even the muscles are enlarged, and the bones show new osteophytic growth.
Page 178 - This may appear upon any part of the body, but is most frequent upon the face, and especially on the cheek. The eruption is sometimes preceded by general uneasiness, headache, or signs of gastrointestinal irritation, but frequently appears without any previous disorder.
Page 204 - ... which, however, in their turn bring forth a progeny which revert in their form and nature to the parent animal, so that the maternal animal does not meet with its resemblance in its own brood, but in the descendants of the second, third, fourth, or even more remote degrees of generation ; and this has been proved to be the case in many of the Medusae, Claviform Polypes...
Page 166 - Their size varies from that of a nut to that of an apple, and they are sessile or pedunculated.
Page 75 - ... the skin. They may be few in number, or so numerous as to cover a great part of the body, but they are never symmetrical.
Page 142 - ... the course of one or more of the cranial or spinal nerves, and accompanied by neuralgic pain.

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