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Acne necrotica; relation to acne necrotica miliaris and response to penicillin and other antibiotics.
ACNE NECROTICA miliaris was first described in the American literature by Lane in 1933.1He quoted Sabouraud, who first described the disease in 19282as an abortive form of acne necroticaExpand
AIDS in pregnancy.
A brief description of AIDS and suggested guidelines for providing nursing care to the parturient AIDS victim are provided. The current literature in defining the syndrome, its course, and itsExpand
LYMPHOCYTOMA CUTIS: Report of Two Cases
IN 1906 Jadassohn 1 presented before the Ninth German Dermatological Congress the first case of what was later to be known as lymphocytoma cutis. It was reported as a case of pseudoleukemicExpand
AN OUTBREAK OF DERMATITIS FROM NEW RESIN FABRIC FINISHES
In March 1940 the Office of Dermatoses Investigations of the U. S. Public Health Service received a notification from Dr. Donald S. Mitchell, of Montreal, Canada, that there were many cases ofExpand
FIXED ERUPTION AND STOMATITIS DUE TO SULFANILAMIDE
The literature is rapidly becoming voluminous with reports of various types of reactions following the use of sulfanilamide. 1 Although many of these have been cutaneous, 2 we have been unable toExpand
EXPERIMENTAL ASPECT OF FIXED ERUPTION DUE TO ALURATE, A COMPOUND OF ALLONAL
In 1903, Fischer and von Mering 1 described the barbituric acid hypnotic diethylbarbituric acid (diethyl malonyl urea), introduced as Veronal. This is now official in the United States Pharmacopeia XExpand
AN UNUSUAL DERMATOSIS FOLLOWING SECTION OF THE FIFTH CRANIAL NERVE
Postoperative complications following radical operations for tic douloureux are comparatively rare (Peet1). According to Adson,2the most frequent sequelae are paresthesia, keratitis, iritis,Expand
STOMATITIS VENENATA: REPORT OF A CASE OF SENSITIVITY OF THE MUCOUS MEMBRANES AND THE SKIN TO OIL OF ANISE
Contact dermatitis is perhaps encountered more frequently in dermatologic practice than is any other single cutaneous condition. One has but to read Weber's1list of cutaneous irritants or theExpand
LEAF OF ALOE VERA IN TREATMENT OF ROENTGEN RAY ULCERS: REPORT OF TWO ADDITIONAL CASES
The treatment of roentgen ray and radium ulcers with the fresh whole leaf of Aloe vera was first described by Collins and Collins 1 in 1935. Wright 2 in 1936 published an additional report on itsExpand
Toxic Granulocytopenia, Purpura Hemorrhagica and Aplastic Anemia Following the Arsphenamines
Excerpt Senator77in 1888 reported four fatal cases of acute infectious pharyngitis. Unfortunately no bacteriological or hematological studies were made. Fourteen years later Brown70reported the fir...
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