10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PAPULOUS»
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Diseases of the nervous system
For nettle rash excited or aggravated in the fresh air Nitric Acid; worse after
violent exercise, Conium ; chronic nettle rash with miliary eruption, Petroleum ;
also, Causticum and Carbo vegetabilis. CLASS 2. PAPULOUS DISEASES, (
Alvan Edmond Small, C. E. Toothaker, 1856
The Principles and Pratice of Medicine
Ecthyma (Papulous Scall). Species 1. Ecthyma Vulgare (Common Papulous
Scall). 2. Ecthyma Infantile (Infantile Papulous Scall). 3. Ecthyma Luridum (Lurid
Papulous Scall). 4. Ecthyma Cachecticum (Cachectic Papulous Scall). Genus IV.
Encyclopaedia of Pure Materia Medica
Papulous eruption on the upper lip, which first itches aud then burns,1. — [1010.]
Papulous eruption in the left nostril, which at first itches and then burns,1. —
Papulous eruption on the nates, painful to touch,1. — Papulous eruption on the ...
A Text-book of Practical Medicine, with Particular Reference ...
When treated by mercury, it usually subsides within four weeks. When neglected,
it passes over into the papulous, squamous, and pustulous forms of syphilide. I
The papulous syphilide (lichen syphiliticus) is characterized by its coppery-red, ...
Felix von Niemeyer, George Hoppin Humphreys, Charles Elihu Hackley, 1870
Treatise on Diseases of the Skin: Founded on New Researches ...
In the latter, which is a papulous inflammation, the papules are larger than in
lichen, and are of the same colour as the skin, not animated and red, as in the
latter. Prurigo is attended by an ardent itching, while lichen ordinarily gives a
Pierre François Olive Rayer, 1833
Clinical Hepatology: Principles and Practice of ...
Papulous. Acrodermatitis. It is also called Giannotti–Crosti syndrome and is an
inflammatory skin disease characterized by a lichenoidpapulous exanthema on
the hips and buttocks, followed by the arms and finally the face. It is caused by ...
Dermatology Therapy. A - Z Essentials
... infantile lichenoid acrodermatitis; erythemato-papulous acrodermatitis;
erythemato-vesiculo-papulous eruptive syndrome; acrodermatitis papulosa
eruptiva infantilis; papular infantile acrodermatitis; acrodermatitis papulosa Giant
cell arteritis ...
Norman Levine, Carol C. Levine, 2004
Journal of Cutaneous Diseases Including Syphilis
December 3, an hypertrophic papulous syphilide was noticed on the right side of
the scrotum, June 18, in the following year,' another papulous syphilide appeared
on the palate, remaining for fourteen days. After this, the monkey began to ...
Pantologia: a new cabinet cyclopaedia, comprehending a ...
A papulous eruption, peculiar to infants, and exhibiting a variety of form's, which
are described by Dr. Willan, under the titles of intertinctus, albidus, con- fertus,
volaticus, and candidus. 1. Strophulus intertinctus, usually called the red gum,
world, to test this thing, because it's revolutionary — - absolutely revolutionary." A
large old gentleman with a hint of superciliousness in his manner glanced up. "
When are we going to come to the horses, Mr. Papulous ? " His host turned to ...