By Henry C. G. Semon
An Atlas of the Commoner dermis illnesses offers a suite of illustrations of dermatoses from the dwelling topic in average colour. This 139-chapter textual content discusses the tools of remedy of the lined ailments.
Considerable chapters are dedicated to the differential prognosis and therapy of various pores and skin ailments, together with pimples, chilblains, dermatitis artefacta, generalized exfoliative dermatitis, psoriasis, gumma syphilis, lupus vulgaris, rosacea, scabies, and varicose ulcer. different chapters describe the actual visual appeal of zits, alopecia areata, dermatitis artefacta, varicose, and herpes zoster. the rest chapters take on the prognosis and scientific manifestations of different pores and skin ailments.
The ebook gives you necessary info to the dermatologists, medical professionals, scholars, and researchers.
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An Atlas of the Commoner pores and skin ailments offers a suite of illustrations of dermatoses from the residing topic in common colour. This 139-chapter textual content discusses the equipment of therapy of the coated ailments. enormous chapters are dedicated to the differential prognosis and therapy of diverse pores and skin ailments, together with zits, chilblains, dermatitis artefacta, generalized exfoliative dermatitis, psoriasis, gumma syphilis, lupus vulgaris, rosacea, scabies, and varicose ulcer.
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Gentian violet acts best in a 25 per cent spirit lotion, brilliant green either in calamine or boric lotion or, if dry and desquamating, in calamine liniment. If lotions are used they should be frequently applied with a common paint brush and lightly dressed with gauze (unmedicated) strips three or four times daily. The carbol-fuchsine paint originally devised by Castellani* has proved consistently effective in most types of mycosis in my experience and is often dramatic in its power to control pruritus ani et vulvae when a fungus infection is the cause.
As scaling ensues, Lassar's paste, with salicylic acid from 1 to 5 per cent, should be applied under gloves at night, and the spirit lotion continued by day. Later when the more active stages are over, tar (liquor picis carbonis) in small percentage may be added to the Lassar's paste, and in very obstinate and relapsing cases small doses of X rays may be given. The treatment of the primary focus on the feet (see p. 100), if present, either as an 38 PLATE XVI DERMATITIS, 39 MYCOTIC AN ATLAS OF THE COMMONER SKIN DISEASES interdigital peeling or as fissures, should not be neglected, for actual experiment has shown that hand lesions (epidermophytides as they have been called) respond much better when this has first been done.
Recent investigations seem to indicate that in a considerable percentage of patients receiving salvarsan or bismuth treatment over a prolonged period there is a reduction of the vitamin C content in the blood. The deficiency appears to be more pronounced in cases in which cutaneous or hepatic intolerance has developed, and it has been asserted that both dermatitis and jaundice can be to a large extent prevented by premedication and simultaneous peroral administration of ascorbic acid (dose, 2 to 3 tablets, thrice daily).