10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SEBORRHEAL»
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Diseases of the Skin with Illustrations
206, showing a typical location for seborrheal disease between the scapul*. The
previous illustration shows an equally common seat over the sternum. Cured with
Nat. sulph. 6x and an ointment of salicylic acid and resorcin, each 2 per cent.
The Urologic and Cutaneous Review
The similarity of many of these animal skin lesions to human seborrheal lesions
is striking, and has offered valuable clues to clinicians whose interest was
aroused by these studies. Fissures in the angles of the mouth and scaliness of
the lips ...
Seborrhea was distinguished by simple oiliness of the scalp, by the seborrheal
filament, and by the presence of the microbacillus in large numbers on the scalp
and in the hair follicles. Pityriasis simplex capitis was distinguished by dryness ...
George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 1912
Journal of Cutaneous and Genito-urinary Diseases
No. 10, reports three cases of nurslings which seems to correspond with ours.
Seborrheal eczema of the scalp in one case had spread to forehead and cheeks.
The lesions involved none of the hairy portions of the body but were found on ...
An American Text-book of Genito-urinary Diseases, Syphilis ...
It is met with most frequently in connection with that scaly disease of the scalp
known as seborrhea, dandruff", or seborrheal eczema, syphilis, following fevers,
and with localized destructive diseases of the scalp. Alopecia furfuracea, or ...
Lemuel Bolton Bangs, William Augustus Hardaway, 1898
The Archives of Diagnosis: A Quarterly Journal Devoted to ...
The name has gained universal acceptation, though the etiology is still disputed ;
and today the diagnosis of seborrheal eczema or seborrheal dermatitis is
perhaps as commonly made as that of eczema or seborrhea. In fact the
In fact the pendulum, as usual, has swung too far the other way; a seborrheal
element is seen in almost every case of eczema, and instances are classed as
seborrheic dermatitis which are really straight forward examples of plain eczema.
Journal of Cutaneous Diseases Including Syphilis
... call it seborrheal eczema in his hearing. Dr. Wise said that the condition was
readily amenable to roentgen-ray therapy and could be cleared up — at least for
a time — by means of Vi Holz- knecht units at skin distance, applied once a week
The Chicago Medical Recorder
When seborrheal eczema, or seborrheal dermatitis, as it is frequently termed,
extends, we find it starting from the scalp or face and going downward often to the
feet, involving in turn those regions rich in sebaceous glands. The principal ...
It is true these cases were instances of the most obstinate, extensive, and chronic
types of the disease, indurated gyrate and seborrheal psoriases covering the
entire body, which had been present for many years, and which had been treated