SKIN DISEASES OF ENDOCRINE ORIGIN (DYSHORMONAL DERMATOSES): POIKILODERMA-LIKE CHANGES IN CONNECTION WITH UNDERDEVELOPMENT OF THE SEXUAL GLANDS AND DYSTROPHIA ADIPOSOGENITALIS

@inproceedings{BlochSKINDO,
  title={SKIN DISEASES OF ENDOCRINE ORIGIN (DYSHORMONAL DERMATOSES): POIKILODERMA-LIKE CHANGES IN CONNECTION WITH UNDERDEVELOPMENT OF THE SEXUAL GLANDS AND DYSTROPHIA ADIPOSOGENITALIS},
  author={Bruno Bloch and H. Stauffer}
}
Dermatologists have always shown particular interest in skin diseases the pathogenesis of which is related to the entire organism or to definite changes of the internal organs. Such relationships, either to intermediate metabolism or to disturbances of particular internal organs, have always been sought. The developments of the last few years have shown that the endocrine glands oftenest deserve consideration in this respect. This is entirely comprehensible, for there is no doubt that endocrine… CONTINUE READING