An Atlas of the Commoner Skin Diseases - 5th Edition - ISBN: 9781483229515, 9781483281216

An Atlas of the Commoner Skin Diseases

5th Edition

With 153 Plates Reproduced by Direct Colour Photography from the Living Subject

Authors: Henry C. G. Semon
eBook ISBN: 9781483281216
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 1st January 1957
Page Count: 384
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Description

An Atlas of the Commoner Skin Diseases focuses on dermatoses most frequently observed in the routine outpatient practice. The book provides abbreviated clinical descriptions, diagnosis, and prognosis, as well as outline of treatment. The book first offers information on the differential diagnosis and treatment of acne and its variants, alopecia areata, cellulitis, cheiropompholyx, and chilblains. The text also ponders on the diagnosis, treatment, and prophylaxis of dermatitis and its variants.
The publication also takes a look at the treatment, antihistaminic agents, and psychotherapy of eczema and its variants, differential diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of epithelioma and its variants, and the diagnosis and treatment of erythema induratum and its variants. The manuscript also takes a look at the prognosis and treatment of granuloma and its variants, herpes zoster, impetigo, lichen planus, neurodermatitis and its variants, and psoriasis.
The manuscript is a dependable reference for readers interested in the commoner disease.

Table of Contents


The Commoner Skin Diseases

I.—Acne (Acne Vulgaris)

II.—Acne, Pustular

III.—Acné Excoriée Des Jeunes Filles

IV.—Tar Acne

V.—Acne (Pustular Chin Acne)

VI.—Alopecia Areata

VII.—Cellulitis, Recurrent Streptococcal

VIII.—Cheiropompholyx

IX.—Chilblains

X.—Dermatitis, Actinic (Light Dermatitis)

XI.—Dermatitis Artefacta

XII.—Dermatitis Artefacta

XIII.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (from Tincture of Iodine)

XIV.— Dermatitis, Contact Type (Fur)

XV.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (from a Hair Dye)

XVI.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (from Local Medicaments)

XVII.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (from Local Medicaments)

XVIII.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (from Local Medicaments)

XIX.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (from Local Medicaments)

XX.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (Occupational or Trade)

XXI.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (Occupational or Trade Eczema)

XXII.—Dermatitis, Contact Type (Occupational or Trade): Tar Melanosis, 'Mollusca', and Epithelioma

XXIII.—Dermatitis, Generalized Exfoliative

XXIV.—Dermatitis from Gold Injections

XXV.—Dermatitis Herpetiformis

XXVI.—Dermatitis, Infectious Eczematoid

XXVII.—Dermatitis Medicamentosa (Bromide Eruption)

XXVIII.—Dermatitis Medicamentosa (Lichenoid Type)

XXIX.—Dermatitis Medicamentosa (Urticarial Reaction to Penicillin by Intramuscular Injection)

XXX.—Dermatitis, Seborrhoeic (Acute)

XXXI.—Dermatitis, Seborrhoeic (Subacute)

XXXII.—Dermatitis, Seborrhoeic (Acute)

XXXIII.—Dermatitis, Seborrhoeic (Acute)

XXXIV.—Dermatitis, Seborrhoeic, of the Groins, Genitalia, and Pubic Area

XXXV.—Dermatitis, Seborrhoeic (Chronic)

XXXVI.—Eczema, Atopic (Besnier's Prurigo) (Chronic, with Lichenification)

XXXVII.—Eczema, Infantile (Atopic)

XXXVIII.—Eczema, Infantile (Atopic)

XXXIX.—Eczema (Nummular or Discoid) (Vesicular Stage)

XL.—Eczema, Varicose

XLI.—Eczema (Patch Testing)

XLII.—Epithelioma: Rodent Ulcer

XLIII.—Epithelioma: Rodent Ulcer

XLIV.—Erysipeloid

XLV.—Erythema Induratum (Bazin's Disease)

XLVI.—Erythema Multiforme (Iris)

XLVII.—Erythema Multiforme (Iris)

XLVIII.—Erythema Nodosum

XLIX.—Erythrocyanosis Crurum Puellarum

L.—Favus

LI.—GLOSSITIS, Chronic Superficial

LII.—Granuloma Annulare

LIII.—Granuloma Pyogenicum

LIV.—Herpes Zoster

LV.—Herpes Zoster (Frontalis)

LVI.—Impetigo (Bockhart's)

LVII.—Impetigo (Bullous)

LVIII.—Impetigo Contagiosa ('Scrum-Pox')

LIX.—Intertrigo

LX.—Keloidal and Hypertrophic Scarring

LXI.—Lichen Planus (Acute)

LXII.—Lichen Planus (Subacute)

LXIII.—Lichen Planus (Chronic Hypertrophic)

LXIV.—Lichen Planus Palmaris

LXV.—Lichen Urticatus

LXVI.—Lupus Erythematosus (Discoid Type)

LXVII.—Lupus Erythematosus

LXVIII.—Lupus Erythematosus

LXIX.—Lupus Erythematosus (Chronic Discoid Type)

LXX.—Lupus Verrucosus

LXXI.—Lupus Verrucosus

LXXII.—Lupus Vulgaris

LXXIII.—Lupus Vulgaris (Hitherto Untreated)

LXXIV.—Lupus Vulgaris: X-Ray Pigmentation of

LXXV.—Molluscum Contagiosum

LXXVI.—Molluscum Contagiosum (Giganteum)

LXXVII.—Molluscum Sebaceum (Kerato-Acanthoma, Molluscum Pseudocarcinomatosum)

LXXVIII.—Moniliasis (Thrush)

LXXIX.—Nævus Unius Lateris (Pigmented Verrucose Type)

LXXX.—Nævus Vascularis

LXXXI.—Nævus Flammeus

LXXXII.—Nævus Verrucosus

LXXXIII.—Neurodermatitis

LXXXIV.—Neurodermatitis, Localized

LXXXV.—Neurodermatitis of the Scrotum

LXXXVI.—Paronychia

LXXXVII.—Pityriasis Rosea

LXXXVIII.—Pityriasis Versicolor

LXXXIX.—Psoriasis

XC.—Psoriasis

XCI.—Psoriasis

XCII.—Psoriasis (Chronic)

XCIII.—Psoriasis (Chronic)

XCIV.—Psoriasis of the Nails

XCV.—'Pustular' Psoriasis and Pustular Bacteride

XCVI.—'Pustular' Psoriasis and Pustular Bacteride

XCVII.—Rhinophyma

XCVIII.—Rosacea

XCIX.—Scabies

C.—Scabies

CI.—Scabies and Sulphur Dermatitis

CII.—Sycosis Barbæ

CIII.—Syphilis: Secondary Macular and Papular Eruption

CIV.—Syphilis: Secondary Papular Eruption

CV.—Syphilis: Condylomata

CVI.—Syphilis: Gummata (Multiple Cutaneous)

CVII.—Syphilis: Tertiary Plantar Hyperkeratosis

CVIII.—Syphilis: Tertiary Scarring and Elephantiasis of Lips

CIX.—Syphilis: Tertiary Ulcer

CX.—Syphilis: Tertiary Ulcer

CXI.—Syphilis: Tertiary Ulcerating Syphilide

CXII.—Tinea Barbæ

CXIII.—Tinea Capitis

CXIV.—Tinea Capitis (Kerion)

CXV.—Tinea Circinata

CXVI.—Tinea Cruris

CXVII.—Tinea Pedis (Acute)

CXVIII.—Tinea Pedis (Chronic)

CXIX.—Pruritus Ani Et Vulva (Et Scroti)

CXX.—Tinea Unguium

CXXI.—Tinea Unguium

CXXII.—Urticaria

CXXIII.—Varicose Ulcer

CXXIV.—Vitiligo (Acquired Leucoderma)

CXXV.—Wart, Seborrhœic

CXXVI.—Wart (Verruca Vulgaris)

CXXVII.—Wart (Pedunculated)

CXXVIII.—Wart, Plantar

CXXIX.—Xanthoma Palpebrarum (Xanthelasma)

CXXX.—Xeroderma or Ichthyosis

CXXXI.—X-Ray Burn

Some Less Common Skin Diseases

CXXXII.—Alopecia (Cicatrizing Type)

CXXXIII.—Cancer-en-Cuirasse

CXXXIV.—Cornu Cutaneum (Cutaneous Horn)

CXXXV.—Dyskeratosis Follicularis Vegetans (Darier's Disease)

CXXXVI.—Epithelioma: Multiple Superficial Rodent Ulcers

CXXXVII.—Erythema, Persistent Circinate

CXXXVIII.—Hereditary Hæmorrhagic Telangiectases (Osler's Disease)

CXXXIX.—Hydroa Puerorum

CXL.—Kaposi's Multiple Flemorrhagic Sarcoma

CXLI.—Leprosy

CXLII.—Lupus Pernio

CXLIII.—Mycosis Fungoides

CXLIV.—Necrobiosis Lipoidica Diabeticorum

CXLV.—Parapsoriasis-en-Plaques

CXLVI.—Pemphigus Vegetans

CXLVII.—Pemphigus Vulgaris

CXLVIII.—Sarcoma, Melanotic

CXLIX.—Sarcomatosis

CI.—Scleroderma (Morphœa)

CII.—Scleroderma (Morphœa)

CIII.—Tylosis

CLIII.—Urticaria Pigmentosa

Index

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No. of pages:
384
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 1957
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9781483281216

About the Author

Henry C. G. Semon