TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «XERODERMATOUS»
The term «xerodermatous» is barely ever used and occupies the 202.518
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «XERODERMATOUS»
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Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
accentuated. The nails are brittle and longitudinally striated. The skin of the
extensor aspect of the exposed parts of the arms and forearms is xerodermatous
and rough. On the face, neck, and chest the mottled appearance is very evident,
skin - mechanical function, measurement 13 f - surface - - biopsy 17 f - - changes
14 ff - - eczema craquelee 26 - - mild ichthyosis 25 - xerodermatous 24 ff
standard roughness parameters 4 sterols 41 stinging 56 - facial 56 stratum
Epitome of Skin Diseases, by T. and T.C. Fox
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William Tilbury Fox, 2012
The British Journal of Dermatology
155 Sprays and spraying in the treatment of certain surface affections of the skin (
Jamieson), 104 Staphylococcia in a xerodermatous patient (Pernet), 138
Streptococcal necrosis, acute, of skin and subcutaneous tissues (Mac^ Cormac),
British Association of Dermatology, 1916
The Cornell Veterinarian
It is only in exceptional cases that the presence of microfilariae results in either a
pruriginous or xerodermatous condition of the skin." In 1938 Strong reported that
in the province of Lusambo, Belgian Congo, pruriginous and xerodermatous ...
International Clinics: A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures
She presented a universal xerodermatous condition, which on the extensor
surface of the knees passed into a well-marked ichthyotic state. She states that
her mother and her two eldest children are similarly affected. I gave her one
A cast of this case is in the museum of St. Bartholomew's, but in this instance the
intermediate skin was xerodermatous. While therefore anatomically of ichthyotic
character, it difi'ers from ordinary cases, in that it is partial, non-symmetrical, ...
The British Journal of Dermatology (1888-1916).
She presented an universal xerodermatous condition, which on the extensor
surface of the knees passed into a marked condition of ichthyosis. The disease is
congenital, and she states that her mother and one maternal uncle suffered from
A Practical treatise on diseases of the skin
In some cases the xerodermatous papillae project as in keratosis pilaris. The
color of the integument in well-marked cases is of a dirty-yellowish or dirty-
brownish shade, suggesting an unwashed condition; and in extreme Ichthyosis.
Oliver Samuel Ormsby, 1915
Stitts̀ Diagnosis: Prevention and Treatment of Tropical Diseases
In old cases of the disease, pruriginous and xerodermatous conditions may be
observed. The skin lesions sometimes consist of isolated or confluent pruriginous
areas in which there is slight induration and sometimes slight changes in ...
Edward Rhodes Stitt, Richard Pearson Strong, 1942