Image from page 726 of “A practical treatise on diseases of the skin, for the use of students and practitioners” (1897)

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Image from page 726 of “A practical treatise on diseases of the skin, for the use of students and practitioners” (1897)
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Identifier: practicaltreati00hyd
Title: A practical treatise on diseases of the skin, for the use of students and practitioners
Year: 1897 (1890s)
Authors: Hyde, James Nevins, 1840-1910 Montgomery, Frank Hugh, 1862- joint author
Subjects: Skin
Publisher: Philadelphia, New York, Lea brothers & co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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f Bazin).These infiltrations may disappear, leaving very peculiar circumscribedvitiliginous plaques where they existed; or the tumors described belowmay develop from them; or they may be in full development, furnish- NEW-GROWTHS. 693 ing no tumors, when the latter are growing with mushroom-like rapidityfrom other parts of the body, more particularly over the face; or,lastly, defined circumscribed areas, destitute of pigment, resemblingleucodermatous patches, may occur in the skin where there has beenno warty plaque. In a variable period of time the characteristic tumors of the diseaseappear upon the face, scalp, chest, and other portions of the body(Fig. 91). They are bean- to palm-sized; whitish; pinkish, or pale-reddish in hue ; well-rounded, and distinctly circumscribed. Oftenthey are like flat buttons, movable with the skin. They may thendisappear by absorption while others appear; they may degenerate byerosion leading to superficial ulceration; or they may melt down into Fig. 91.

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Mycosis fungoides (from an oil painting made at the bedside). deep losses of tissue by ulceration. Coincidently the lymphatic glandsmay enlarge, and this adenopathy, as in case of the tumors, may sub-side to be replaced later by similar involvement of the same or of otherglands. When the tumors have attained maturity and before involution hasbegun, their appearance, especially upon the face, is characteristic.They are smooth, moderately firm, sausage-like in shape, often tabu-lated, of a peculiar reddish hue, and produce when numerous, a lepra-like deformity, closing the eyes by their size or weight, producing theleonine brow and the elephantiasic ear. In the authors case illustratedin the appended cut,1 the body of the patient was extensively coveredwith tumors of all sizes, resembling those seen on the face. The general condition of the patient at first seems unaltered; later, 1 Edinburgh Medical Journal, 1883-1884, xxix. p. 592. 694 DISEASES OF THE SKIN. when the tumors ulcerate, e

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