December 18, 1897

Pictorial Atlas of Skin Diseases and Syphilitic Affections, in Photolithochromes from the models in the museum of the Saint Louis Hospital, Paris. Ernest Beurier, A. Fournier, Tennyson, Hallopeau, Du Castel, physicians to Saint Louis Hospital, Paris, with the co operation of the Honorable Henri Feulard, Curator of the Museum and L. Jacquet, former House Physician.

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Edited by J. J. Pringle, M.B., F.R.C.P., Physician to the Department for Diseases of the Skin at the Middlesex Hospital, London. Part 12. London: Rebman Publishing Company. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders; W. T. Keener, 52 Randolph Street, Chicago agent.

JAMA. 1897;XXIX(25):1287. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440510049020

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This part, which completes the set, contains five plates with seven illustrations, pictorial representations of the unrivaled models of Barreta, the original of which are in the museum of the St. Louis Hospital. The explanatory text accompanying these magnificent plates is the work of professional masters and therefore needs no special comment.

Plate 46 contains the hypertrophic form of syphilitic chancre of the nostrils. The diphtheroid form of syphilitic chancre of the tonsils by Alfred Fournier.

Plate 16 in the accompanying text, Xeroderma Pigmentosum, by R. Du Castel.

Plate 48, Impetigo Contagiosa, by Lucien Jacquet.

Plate 49, Urticaria Pigmentosa with Atrophic Spots, by H. Hallopeau.

Plate 50, Syphilitic Chancre of the Lip: 1. Scabbed form; 2, erosive form, syphilitic chancre of the tongue (ulcerative form) by Alfred Fournier.

The practitioner is fortunate who can secure for his library these beautiful reproductions of the collection of models in the famous Paris

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