The British Journal of Dermatology (1888-1916)., Volume 20

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H. K. Lewis & Company, Limited, 1908 - Dermatology
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Page 126 - Spanish found no difficulty in enjoying themselves in this polyglot company, while those who danced discovered that the young ladies were perfectly familiar with the waltz and two-step as danced in the ball rooms of New York and Washington. The three occasions which will always be remembered by those who had the good fortune to be delegates were the evening reception...
Page 410 - As early syphilis is associated with a loss in numbers of the red bloodcorpuscles and in the amount of the hemoglobin in those cells, quite possibly the chief action of quinine may be in overcoming this degenerative action, and thus assisting the blood to better deal with the inroads of the virus in the early and more remediable phases of the disease, by increasing its phagocytic power, or by the formation of antibodies. Further, any drug which tends to reduce the number of...
Page 129 - Fox reports a case of bilateral telangiectases -of the trunk with a history of marked epistaxis in childhood and recent rectal haemorrhage, and gives an account of other cases.3 1 Arch.
Page 310 - An experimental investigation of infective sarcoma of the dog, with a consideration of its relationship to cancer./.
Page 145 - A Case of Bilateral Telangiectases of the Trunk, with a History of Marked Epistaxis in Childhood and Recent Rectal Haemorrhage,"
Page 151 - ... form delicate ringed and gyrate patterns. They generally begin in early life. There are a number of cases recorded. Walsh's case was a curious serpiginous angioma, but probably different from Hutchinson's type. Majocchi described four ringed cases under the term purpura annularis telangiectodes and mentions a fifth. The first reminds one of Pollitzer's case: A child was born with hare-lip, incomplete right ear, double right thumb, asymmetrical face and a uniformly red skin. The general redness...
Page 151 - I may, under ntcvi, include the group of cases denominated infective angioinn by Hutchinson and angioma serpiginosum by Crocker, though the latter term is not fully expressive of the condition. These cases are characterized by minute vascular points, formed in rings or other groups, which spread at the borders, whilst fresh points are continually developing beyond them. Thus they form delicate ringed and gyrate patterns. They generally begin in early life. There are a number of cases recorded. Walsh's...
Page 208 - Leprosy: some notes on its causation, symptoms, and treatment based on an experience of 152 lepers in the Leper Jail of the United Provinces, India.
Page 124 - ... necessary to found a special international congress for the study and control of leprosy, of syphilis, and of cutaneous tuberculosis. But even if we have allowed our sphere of usefulness to be thus curtailed, there yet remain many important questions for us to act upon. I will mention some of them: 1. What are the influences of race, geographical conditions, climate, national customs, etc., upon the evolution and type of diseases of the skin ? 2. What variations does emigration induce in dermatoses?...
Page 151 - ... in two weeks, leaving red, dilated vessels, punctate, lentil-seed, or tracts — not disappearing on pressure — more numerous on the back than on the chest, and scanty on the extremities. There was a ring formation of from 0.5 to 2 cm. in diameter, in some places on the back confluent. The center of the rings was atrophied and pigmented. The child died at the end of the third month. The other three cases, in men aged, respectively, 21, 22 and 25, commenced at about 19, 18 and 25 years. The...

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