Diseases of the Skin, Second Edition discusses dermatology — the diagnosis and treatment procedure on various skin conditions. The author reviews the histology and morphology of the skin. He explains congenital affections of the skin such as ichthyosis, xerodermia, albinism, Mongolian blue spots, and of the hair such as adenoma sebaceum. Some irritation is normal for the skin; certain slight anomalies render the skin vulnerable. Some physical and chemical irritants can excite an otherwise normal skin. These irritations are known as erythema, wheals, blisters, intertrigo (chaffing), erythema ab igne (due to heat), solar erythema (sunburn), freckles, and dermatitis medicamentosa. The author also describes micro-biotic affections of the skin such as erysipelas, follicular impetigo, boils, carbuncles, and veld sore. Some substances that can cause skin eruptions are antipyrin, arsenic, boric acid, luminal, mercury, Midol, pantopon, salicylic acid, and tar. Toxics in the blood also cause skin eruptions. These toxics can be from the internal administration of certain drugs, vaccination, from poison of acute rheumatism, septic conditions, and absorption of toxic substances produced by visceral disease. This book is suitable for dermatologists, practitioners of general medicine, students and academicians dealing with the medical sciences, particularly on the skin.
Preface to Second Edition
Preface to First Edition
List of Plates
Chapter I. Histology and Functions of the Normal Skin
Chapter II. Morphology
Elementary Lesions and Forms of Eruption
Chapter III. Congenital Affections of the Skin
Development, Ichthyosis, Linear Nsevi, Tylosis, Epidermolysis Bullosa, Albinism, Moles, Vascular Nsevi, Congenital Affections of the Appendages, Congenital Tumours, Xerodermia Pigmentosa, Etc.
Chapter IV. Eruptions due to Local Irritation
The Effects of Mechanical Irritation, Feigned Eruptions, Eruptions Due to Heat, Cold, Light, X Rays, Radium, Chemical Irritants, Trade Dermatitis, Plant Dermatitis.
Chapter IV. Eruptions Due to Local Irritation
Chapter VI. Affections Caused by Animal Parasites
Scabies, Pediculosis, etc., Exotic Parasitic Affections
Chapter VII. Affections Caused by Vegetable Parasites
Ringworm, Favus, Tinea Versicolor, Tropical Ringworms, Pinta, Actinomycosis, Mycetoma, Blastomycosis, Sporotrichosis.
Chapter VIII. Microbic Affections of the Skin
Erysipelas, Impetigo, Dermatitis Gangrenosa, Boil,Carbuncle, Sycosis, Granuloma Tropicum, Diphtheria,Anthrax, Glanders, Etc.
Chapter IX. Microbic Affections (Continued) Pityriasis, Seborrhoea and The Acnes
Chapter X. Microbic Affections (Continued)
Tuberculosis, Scrofulodermia, Lupus Vulgaris, Tuberculides of the Skin and Hypoderm, Sarcoids,Leprosy, Rhinoscleroma, Keratodermia Blenorrhagica,Ulcus Molle.
Chapter XI. Syphilis
Chapter XII. Exotic Spirochaetal Diseases and Leishmaniasis
Yaws, Tropical Ulcer, Oriental Sore, Espundia
Chapter XIII. Eruptions Caused By Drugs, Vaccines, and Antitoxines
Chapter XIV. Cutaneous Affections in General and Visceral Diseases
Chapter XV. Toxic Eruptions
Erythema Multiforme, Erythema Nodosum, Erythema Scarlatiniforme, Pellagra, Acrodynia, Urticaria, Purpura, Urticaria Pigmentosa, Erysipeloid, Acne Eosacea, Lupus Erythematosus, Lupus Pernio.
Chapter XVI. The Erythrodermias
Epidemic Erythrodermia, General Exfoliative Dermatitis, Pityriasis Rubra, Secondary Erythrodermia, and The Erythrodermias of Mycosis Fungoides and Leukaemia.
Chapter XVII. Affections Dependent upon Vascular and Lymphatic Obstruction, etc
Varicose Veins, Cutaneous Gangrene, Bed Sore, Kaynaud's Disease, Elephantiasis, Pachydermia
Chapter XVIII. Neurodermatoses
Pruritus, Prurigo, Herpes Simplex, Herpes Zoster, Atrophodermia Neuritica, Syringomyelia, Trophic Ulcer, Perforating Ulcer
Chapter XIX. Erythemato-Squamous Eruptions of Unknown Origin
Pityriasis Kosea, Psoriasis, Parapsoriasis, Cheilitis
Chapter XX. Papular Eruptions of Unknown Origin
Lichen Planus, Granuloma Annulare, Erythema Elevatum Diutinum
Chapter XXI. Follicular Keratoses and Allied Conditions
Keratosis Pilaris, Lichen Pilaris Seu Spinulosus, Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris, Darier's Disease, Acanthosis Nigricans, Porokeratosis.
Chapter XXII. The Pemphigus Group
Acute Malignant Pemphigus, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, Hydroa, Chronic Pemphigus, Pemphigus Foliaceus, Pemphigus Vegetans.
Chapter XXIII. Leucodermia, Melanodermia and Chloasma
Chapter XXIV. Atrophy and Sclerosis of The Skin
Atrophodermia, Striae Atrophicae, Senile Degeneration, Leukoplakic Vulvitis, Kraurosis Vulvae, Sclerodermia, Morphoea, Ainhum
Chapter XXV. Tumors of the Skin
Verrucae, Senile Keratoma, Tumors of the Appendages, Cysts, Molluscum Contagiosum. Squamous-Celled Carcinoma, Basal-Celled Carcinoma, Rodent Ulcer, Naevo-Carcinoma, Secondary Carcinoma, Paget's Disease. Xanthoma, Fibromata, Neuromata, Cheloid, Lipoma,Myxoma,Leiomyoma, Calcareous Tumours, Telangiectase S. Sarcomata, Mycosis Fungoides, Lymphadenoma, Leukaemia
Chapter XXVI. Diseases of the Appendages
Anidrosis, Hyperidrosis, Bromidrosis, Sudamina, Milaria Rubra, Miliary Fever, Pompholyx, Hidrocystoma.
Asteatosis, Seborrhoea Oleosa. Canities, Alopecia, Pseudo-Pelade, Hypertrichosis, Trichorrhexis Nodosa, Trichoptilosis, Monilethrix, Leptothrix. Affections of The Nails.
I. Mineral Waters
II. Internal Treatment by Drugs
III. External Applications to the Skin
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