In our studies of epidermomycosis we treated groups of students with various remedies of known or supposed value. The students in the groups were observed at weekly intervals, and their progress or lack of progress was recorded. The type of the infection was labeled as interdigital, vesicular, squamous or eczematoid, and the degree of severity was judged by a scale ranging from plus one to plus four. In order to make the grading as accurate as possible, all of the examinations were made by a trained personnel.
STUDIES OF THERAPEUTIC RESULTS IN 1929
In 1929, our first year, we made the mistake of attempting to study too many remedies, with groups of students that were too small in number. Although our groups were sufficiently large at the beginning of the semester, at the end of the term we had too few students who had completed the treatment.Groups of students
LEGGE R, BONAR L, TEMPLETON HJ. EPIDERMOMYCOSIS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA: STUDY IV. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1934;29(4):521–525. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archderm.1934.01460100039002
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