10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PITYRIASES»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to pityriases
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Dermatology: An Illustrated Colour Text
Other pityriases Other varieties of pityriasis include the following: n Pityriasis
lichenoides. A rare chronic eruption in which small papules topped by a fine
single scale appear on the limbs and trunk. It is seen in adolescents and young
David Gawkrodger, Michael R Ardern-Jones, 2012
Dermatology and dermatopathology: a dynamic interface
Seborrheic dermatitis 4. Dermatophytosis 5. MF 6. Syphilis 7. Erythroderma B.
Small scale (powdery) (pityriasis) 1 . Pityriases rosea 2. Seborrheic dermatitis 3.
Solar keratosis 4. Tinea versicolor 5. Gyrate erythema 6. MF 7. Atopic dermatitis 8
Paul Bozzo, Richard C. Miller (M.D.), 1999
The Skin in health and disease
Third, the tinea versicolor or pityriases versicolor, or liver spots. We will briefly
speak of each. Ringworm, as properly understood, has nothing to do with any
worm or animal life, but is caused by the growth in the skin of a low form of
Lucius Duncan Bulkley, 1894
A Treatise on the Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of the ...
... 195 Pii/nrii rttimlata, 410 I'incer Ixode, 101 Pinion, 23 Pissetteum, 155
Pityriases, 154, 204, 274 Planorbvt manjiiiatun, 529 Plaimodium ma/ariir, 621,
648 Plastrons, 116 Plathelmintbs, 5 Platodes, 5 Plerocercoides Bailleti, 553 Plica
Louis Georges Neumann, George Fleming, 1892
The Natural History of Pliny
Pliny (the Elder.) the two to which the Greeks have given the name of Pityriases,
from the pine-tree2, which they produce. These islands now bear the name of
Ebusus, and form a federate state. They are separated by a narrow strait3 of the
The New England Journal of Medicine
It is remarkable the number of diseases which are confused with syphilis by the
pro» fession, among the more common being psoriasis, pityriases rosa, the
various forms of tuberculosis, smallpox, simple leg ulcer, and diphtheria.
The British Journal of Dermatology
in one picture, as a group of the eczema family, almost all the pityriases which
were known to assume a greasy character, from the most simple invisible
patches on the face and scalp up to the edge of the school-psoriasis, and which
Materia medica of India and their therapeutics
Katali- nu-tela is applied in chronic skin diseases, such as ringworm, psoriasis,
pityriases, &c. The fresh kernel or the tender pulp is nourishing, cooling, diuretic
and refrigerating. The pulp of the ripe fruit is hard and indigestible. The terminal ...
Rustomjee Naserwanjee Khory, Nanabhai Navrosji Katrak, 1903
Annual Report of the Fort Wayne State School
... interstitial keratitis 1 Serial epilepsy 21 Status epilepticus 5 Abscess of liver 1
Perforation of bowel by foreign body 1 Psoriasis 1 'Pityriases 1 Carcinomatosis □
1 Acute general miliary tuberculosis 3 Herniotomy 1 Laparotomy for perforation ...
Fort Wayne State School, 1910
86) Consider dennatitis herpetiformis, the various pityriases (rosea, versicolor
and rubra pilaris) and drug eruptions (Chapter 25) Photopatch testing is more
specialized and facilities are only available in a few centres. A chemical is
applied to ...
Richard Weller, John A. A. Hunter, John Savin, 2013