10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LEUCODERMIA»
Discover the use of leucodermia
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to leucodermia
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Natural Enemies of Terrestrial Molluscs
Leucodermia Epizootics in A. fulica have long been known (Annandale, 1919;
South, 1926). This disease came to prominence when marked declines in
populations of A. fulica were associated with a leucodermia-like disease (Mead,
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
The dermatitis that followed the treatment had doubtless increased the
pigmentation of the skin, excepting in the areas of vitiliginous leucodermia. This
doubtless first became obvious when the dermatitis subsided. The patches at the
back of ...
Vox Medical Spanish and English Dictionary
... -ca. leukocyturia n. leucocituria. leukoderma n. leucodermia. acquired
leukoderma leucodermia adquirida. congenital leukoderma leucodermia
congénita. leukoderma acquisitum centrifugum leucodermia centrífuga adquirida.
The British Journal of Dermatology and Syphilis
condition on the scalp. The point was, did these cases in which they got areas of
white hair growing, always start as Alopecia areata 1" One sometimes saw, apart
from obvious leucodermia, people with patches of white hair on their heads, and
The British Journal of Dermatology
The only cases he had seen bearing upon the present one had no leucodermia.
He had records of three cases of it in which what he might broadly term
indigestion was present, with extraordinarily thin nails. The nails had not always
been thin ...
British Association of Dermatology, 1911
Spanish Translated Milady's Standard Nail Technology
Los siguientes términos se relacionan con los cambios en la pigmentación dela
piel. • Albinismo. Leucodermia congénita o ausencia de pigmento de melanina
en el cuerpo, incluidas la piel, el cabello y los ojos. El cabello es blanco sedoso.
Modern Cryosurgery for Cancer
Figure 37.1E shows three years' followup with asymptomatic leucodermia in the
treated area. This patient remained disease-free for three years and died from an
unrelated cause (sepsis after the removal of the hip prosthesis). Case 2 A ...
Kecheng Xu, Nikolai N. Korpan, Lizhi Niu, 2012
Spanish Translated Milady Standard Esthetics: Fundamentals
El vitíligo y el albinismo son ejemplos de leucodermia. i leucodermia lunar Nevus
pigmentado; mancha amarronada cuyo color varía del bronceado al negro
azulado. Algunos I lunares son planos, parecidos a las pecas; otros son
elevados y ...
Spanish Translated Milady's Standard Professional Barbering
El albinismo es una leucodermia congénita o la ausencia de pigmento de
melanina en diferentes partes del cuerpo, incluidos la piel, el cabello y los ojos.
Este trastorno puede ser parcial o completo. El cabello es sedoso y de color
blanco o ...
Adam to Apophis: Asteroids, Millenarianism and Climate Change
Even if lucky enough not to be noticeably burned, skin rashes would present
themselves as leucodermia with its distinctive white skin/hair hallmarks. (Note
how virtually all the causes of leucodermia are present in victims subjected to
Professor Nicholas Costa, 2013