By Paul K. Buxton
(BMJ Books) Royal Infirmary, united kingdom. bargains a concise assessment of the entire necessities of dermatology, written for non-dermatologists and first care physicians. Discusses a number of universal stipulations comparable to psoriasis, eczema, zits and rosacea, bacterial an infection, viral an infection, tropical dermatology, and extra. considerable colour images. earlier variation: c1998. Softcover.
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This erythema was originally described in association with tuberculous infection elsewhere in the body (Bazin’s disease). It represents a vasculitic reaction to the infection, and when there is no tuberculous infection another chronic infection may be responsible. Annular lesions of erythema multiforme Blistering lesions of erythema multiforme Erythema nodosum Erythema nodosum occurs as firm, gradually developing lesions, predominantly on the extensor aspect of the legs. They are tender and progress over four to eight weeks from an acute erythematous stage to residual lesions resembling bruises.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994 Cronin E. Contact dermatitis. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 1980 Fisher AA. Contact dermatitis, 3rd ed. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1986 Foussereau J, Benezra JE, Maibach H. Occupational contact dermatitis. Copenhagen: Munksgaard, 1982 Schwanitz HJ. Atopic palmoplantar eczema. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1988 5 Treatment of eczema and inflammatory dermatoses Treat the patient, not just the rash. Many patients accept their skin condition with equanimity but others suffer much distress, especially if the face and hands are affected.
By contrast, the blisters of pemphigoid do not itch although the earlier inflamed lesions can be irritating. Parasites. Fleas and mites cause pruritic papules in groups. The patient may not realise that they may have been acquired after a walk in the country or encountering a dog or cat. Nodular prurigo may develop after insect bites and is characterised by persistent itching, lichenified papules, and nodules over the trunk and limbs. The patient attacks them vigorously and promotes a persisting “itch–scratch–itch” cycle which is very difficult to break.
ABC of Dermatology by Paul K. Buxton