Archives of Dermatology Volume 3

Archives of Dermatology Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...we place the " Neuroses" of the skin, a class which is continually being more and more clearly defined, and which receives recognition in many classifications. The remainder of the classes, as also most of the diseases under them, correspond to those of Hebra, with certain exceptions. Thus, his class of Anremiae, or anaemic affections, which I have never observed clinically, if it exists at all, does not find a place here; also his two classes of benign new formations and malignant new formations are united in our ninth class; and his class of "Ulcera cutanea," which includes the primary venereal ulcers and varicose and other ulcers of the leg, is also omitted; thus the present arrangement has but nine classes instead of twelve, as proposed by Hebra. With this much of introduction the classification is presented, after which the principles of Nomenclature and their application in this scheme may be considered. LESIONS OF THE SKIN. A. Pr1mary Les1ons. B. Secondary Les1ons. 1. Macula; spot, macule. I. Squama; scale. a. Papula; papule. s. Crusta; crust. 3. Vesicula; vesicle. 3. Fissura; fissure. 4. Bulla; bleb. 4. Excoriatio; excoriation. 5. Pustula; pustule. 5. Ulcus; ulcer. 6. Pomphus; wheal. 6. Cicatrix; scar. J. Tubercula; tubercle. i. Phyma; tumor. CLASSIFICATION. OF DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Class I. Morbi cutis parasitici. Parasitic Affections. "II. Morbi glandularum cutis. Glandular Affections. "III. Neuroses. Neurotic Affections. "IV. Hyperaemiae. Hyperacmic Affections. "V. Exudationes. Exudative Affections. "VI. Haemorrhagiae. Hemorrhagic Affections. "VII. Hypertrophic. Hypertrophic Affections. "VIII. Atrophias. Atrophic Affections. "IX. Neoplasmata. New Formations. B. D1seases Of The...show more

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  • Paperback | 186 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 340g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236529677
  • 9781236529671