The British Journal of Dermatology (1888-1916)., Volumen3
Vol. 9, no. 9-vol. 28, includes a survey of current dermatological literature (quarterly).
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Página 112 - The nodules in these cases varied in size from that of a pin's head to that of an almond.
Página 133 - ... efficacious. The pure drug, apart from its unsightliness and objectionable odour, will not dry, even if spread in a thin layer, but remains for hours moist and sticky, and the various combinations with dextrin, gum, and gelatine-glycerine paint have been found in practice to be inefficacious. Ichthyol collodium promised better, but the irritation which is caused by removing it is such as to more than counterbalance its beneficial effects. In the case of patients who are only able to follow out...
Página 132 - ... a flexible coat, which does not interfere with the movements of the body. When its removal is desired, the preparation can be washed off with a little water or a damp cloth or sponge. It remains in situ without change for a variable length of time, depending upon the condition of the surface on which it has been applied. 3. With the bassorin paste almost any drug can be incorporated ; those which exist in the form of powders or in solid forms in any amount desired; the tars, ichthyol, and' oily...
Página 64 - ... treatment. 4. The treatment goes to the root of the disease, to the bottom of the tubercle, with far more exactness and less damage to the surrounding skin than any other caustic or surgical method. 5. The scar left is smooth and not unsightly. 6. The result obtained is as good if not better than that by any previous method.
Página 132 - It is easy and simple in application, requiring only to be spread upon the skin with the finger or a brush. It dries in the space of a few minutes if so applied, adheres closely, does not rub off and soil the linen, but forms a flexible coat, which does not interfere with the movements of the body. When its removal is desired, the preparation can be washed off with a little water or a damp cloth or sponge. It remains in situ without change for a variable length of time, depending upon the condition...
Página 369 - Read in the section of Medicine at the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association held in Bournemouth, July, 1891.
Página 298 - AM — Report of Treasurer and Auditing Committee ; Election of Officers ; Election of Active and Honorary Members ; Selection of Time and Place of next Meeting ; Miscellaneous Business. MORNING SESSION at 10.80 o'clock.
Página 198 - The fungus is always in small foci, and, perhaps, only in one of several selected hairs ; sometimes it may be seen at the very extremity of the root, as if it had worked around and separated the hair from its papilla.
Página 264 - But the special point is that the author found in his case a slowly progressing fibrosis, affecting chiefly the nerves and nerve-endings of the clitoris and labia minora. To this is added a more recent subacute inflammation of the connective tissue framework of the parts, and due probably to the long-continued irritation of the scratching. The Coroner System. — After reviewing the coroner system in the United States and abroad (Jour. Am. Med. Ass.}, Dr. Henry O.
Página 26 - Group 1. — Eruptions due to pure vaccine inoculation : Division A. Secondary local inoculation of vaccine. B. Eruptions following within the first three days before the development of vesicles. Urticaria. Erythema multiforme. Vesicular and bullous eruptions. C. Eruptions following alter development of vesicles due to absorption of virus.