10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PRURIGINOUS»
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The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a ...
You must make a clear distinction between ' prurigo,' phtheiriasis or lousiness,
and what is termed a 'pruriginous eruption.' The term 'prurigo,' as generally and
loosely used in England, includes these several but very distinct conditions.
William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone, 1871
The Medical Times and Gazette: A Journal of Medical Science, ...
Medical Times and Gazette. looks like the bark of a tree, and feels horny and
rough, but it is studded over with pruriginous papules; and pruriginous papules- -
that is to say, hard knotty points with scratched tops, covered with dried blood—
In fact, the phenomena of a scratched skin are produced, or what is termed a "
pruriginous eruption". In certain cases pruritus exists in the first place as
apparently the sole disease, and in which scratching is practiced, and eruptions
New Trends in Allergy V
Genetic Control of Atopic Dermatitis Atopic dermatitis in the form of a pruriginous
eczema appearing during the first year of life with characteristic localizations (
paws, belly, perinasal and periorbital) and association with high levels of serum
Johannes Ring, Heidrun Behrendt, 2002
Cutaneous Manifestations of Endocrine Diseases
Lesions comprised features and distribution of chronic eczema with lichenfication
, vesiculous and pruriginous papules together with intense pruritus (Fig. 9.2). The
treatment was similar to that used in PUPPP. Pemphigoid gestationis, originally ...
Serge Jabbour, N. Stutz, Walter K.H. Krause, 2008
Mosby's Pathology for Massage Therapists
Various reactions that included generalized pruriginous micropapular eruption,
facial edema, generalized pruriginous exanthem, exfoliative dermatitis, and
generalized exanthema occurred within several hours after acetaminophen
Pruriginous rush is characterized by intense itching, and an eruption of pimples
nearly of the colour of the skin, which concrete into black scabs. It is, to a
considerable extent, the disease of old age; and it is frequently induced by
A New Medical Dictionary
Pruriginous. rash. A chronic disease of the skin marked by a'thickened condition
and the presence recurring white or pale red papulcs.," Occurs usually on the
extensor surfaces. Accompanied by intolerable itchin . C lassed as P. MM: or P.
A practical treatise upon eczema
The pruriginous form of eczema occurs more or less in all chronic cases of
scabies and phtheiriasis — the diseases due to the presence of the itch-insect (c)
and the louse respectively — and often in cases of urticaria; and I believe
Thomas M'Call Anderson (sir.), 1863
Treatise on Diseases of the Skin: Founded on New Researches ...
Strophulus is a cutaneous inflammation, frequently seen in infants at the breast,
characterized by pruriginous papules, red or white, of variable size, appearing
successively, and most usually on the face or limbs; they disappear, and return in
Pierre François Olive Rayer, 1833
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'Spring, summer eruption of elbows' indicated polymorphous light …
Lesions consisted of pruriginous, erythematous-edematous papules and plaques. Eruption occurred in spring and early summer and recurred seasonally ... «Healio, Feb 13»