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Cortisone acetate in skin disease; local effect in the skin from topical application and local injection.
CORTISONE acetate (cortone®) has been found to have a local effect in various diseases of the eye, especially those of an inflammatory or exudative nature.1In ophthalmology, suspensions of cortisoneExpand
Recurrent herpes simplex infections of upper extremities with lymphangitis; report of three cases with virus studies in two.
THE PROTEAN nature of infections due to the virus of herpes simplex has been repeatedly emphasized, and unusual clinical manifestations caused by this virus are being recorded with increasingExpand
Treatment of lymphogranuloma venereum with aureomycin.
Conization treatment of insect-bite granuloma.
  • E. Trice
  • Medicine
  • A.M.A. archives of dermatology and syphilology
  • 1 November 1953
Chronic nodular cutaneous granulomas resulting from persistent local reactions to arthropod bites are well recognized. Their clinicopathologic characteristics have been clearly described. 1 In theExpand
Occurrence of Microsporum gypseum (M. fulvum) infections in the District of Columbia area; report of six cases.
  • E. Trice, J. C. Shafer
  • Medicine, Biology
  • A.M.A. archives of dermatology and syphilology
  • 1 September 1951
INFECTIONS due to Microsporum gypseum (M. fulvum) have not been reported previously from the District of Columbia area. Indeed, there are few reports of its recognition as a causative agent ofExpand
Transmission of Venereal Diseases through Homosexual Practices
Venereal disease due to homosexual practices has always been found in the venereal disease clinic. The present disproportionate incidence over disease in the heterosexuals may merely represent aExpand
Philip Syng Physick, father of American surgery.
Homosexual transmission of venereal diseases.
  • E. Trice
  • Medicine
  • Medical times
  • 1 November 1960
Topical chloramphenicol (chloromycetin) therapy of pyogenic dermatoses.
The continuing search for more effective agents for the treatment of pyogenic infections of the skin has led to the development of many improved preparations over the past few years.1In theExpand