Title: Photographic atlas of the diseases of the skin a series of ninety-six plates, comprising nearly two hundred illustrations, with descriptive text, and a treatise on cutaneous therapeutics
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Fox, George Henry, 1846-1937
Subjects: Skin Diseases Dermatology
Publisher: Philadelphia and London : J. B. Lippincott company
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive
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ermining ulceration of the skinwith more or less of crusting, and a marked tendency to the forma-tion of reticulated or puckered cicatrices. The subjeft of the accompanying portrait, a boy aged twelve,of German parentage, was brought to the Vanderbilt Clinic by Dr.H. J. Wallhauser. There was no evidence in the case of inheritedtuberculosis, and the ulceration of the cheek and neck was attributedto a fall when four years of age. From this time the boy had beenin delicate health, and extensive ulceration had occurred upon eitherside of face and near the elbows. He had suffered also from adactylitis of the right index finger. The large patch upon the rightcheek began as a suppurating tumor and the resulting ulceration pur-sued a characteristic indolent and obstinate course, extending upbeneath the eyelid and down across the anterior surface of the neck.The illustration shows an ectropion of the lower eyelid and a slightdeformity of the ear, produced by partial cicatrization. PLATE LXXIV.
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Copyright, ly-w, by G. 11. Kox. SCROFULODERMA. PLATE LXXV. SCROFULODERMA SYPHILODERMA LUPUS VULGARIS EPITHELIOMA SCROFULODERMA SYPH1LODERMA LUPUS VULGARIS EPITHELIOMA The four distinct affections shown in the accompanying plateare grouped on account of their appearing upon the same region ofthe body. In the first illustration is seen an indolent inflammation of severallymphatic glands and of the overlying skin, which was formerlyregarded as a manifestation of the scrofulous diathesis. This con-dition is now regarded as usually if not invariably the result oftuberculous infection, although tubercle bacilli are not always foundupon microscopic examination of the tissues. The ulcers underminingthe skin and producing puckered cicatrices are quite characteristic. The second illustration shows a relapsing papular syphilide,localized upon the neck, the lesions assuming an annular or gyrate form. In the third illustration is seen another patient whose appearanceindicates a so-called scrofulou
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