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This compact volume from the Hospital St. Louis, excellently printed and illustrated, is divided into two parts. The first entitled "Dermatoses from Their Appearance" comprises 20 chapters: Generalities, Erythemas, Squamous Erythemas, Pruritus, Eczema, Acquired Erythroderma of Adulthood, The Capillaries, Papules, Bullae, Pustules, Keratoses, Vegetant Dermatoses, Nodules, Ulcerations, Gangrene, Circulatory Disorders, Pigmentary Disorders, Atrophies and Cicatrices, Scleroses, Fat Tissue Disorders. The second part, entitled "Dermatoses from Their Cause," is divided into 29 chapters: Dermatoses from Physical Agents, Foreign Bodies, Drugs, Occupational, From Animal Contact, From Insects, From Cocci, The Tuberculoses, The Specific Infections, The Viruses, The Superficial Mycoses, The Deep Mycoses, The Congenital Malformations, The Angiomas, The Benign Tumors, The Malignant Tumors, The Melanomas, The Hematodermatoses, The Dermatoses from General Causes (pregnancy, age, diabetes, etc.), The Metabolic Dermatoses, The Avitaminoses, The Dermatoses of the Newborn, The Sebaceous Function, The Sweating Function, The Hair, The Nail, Topographic Dermatology, Syphilis, Venereology.
Précis de Dermatologie. AMA Arch Derm. 1960;81(4):648. doi:10.1001/archderm.1960.03730040152038
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