1 edition of A case of sclerodactylia with subcutaneous calcareous concretions found in the catalog.
|Statement||by R.E. Scholefield and F. Parkes Weber|
|Contributions||Weber, Frederick Parkes, 1863-1962, Royal College of Surgeons of England|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p.,  leaf of plate :|
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A CASE OF SCLERODACTYLIA WITH SUBCUTANEOUS CALCAREOUS CONCRETIONS A CASE OF SCLERODACTYLIA WITH SUBCUTANEOUS CALCAREOUS CONCRETIONS SCHOLEFIELD, R.
E.; WEBER, F. PARKES DESCRIPTION O F PLATE. FIG. Nacvus vermcosus which has undergone sarcomatous degeneration. CALCINOSIS AND SCLERODERMA: TREATMENT OF A CASE BY USE OF THE KETOGEN[C DIET ROGER L.
KENNEDY, M.D. ROCHESTER, ~[INN. CCORDING to Basch, attention was first directed by G. Thibierge and R. Weissenbaeh to the anatomicoclinical syndrome of calcareous concretions in the skin and subcutaneous tissues in sc]ero- by: SCLERODERMA ]~EPORT OF A CASE WITH ~ULERODACTYLIA AND I~EMIATROPI:[Y ROBEII' H.
McCRACKIN, M.D. EDEA, CA)/[EIROUN, WEST ~FI~ICA LTHOUGH cases oseleroderma, or hidebound skill, presenting the clinical picture of the adult type have been reported at all. ages in life, from Cockayne's casex in a seven-month-old infant with sclero- derma and sclerodactylia of the adult type Cited by: 1.
Metabolic cutaneous calcinosis is a comparatively rare condition in which an abnormal deposition of calcium salts is found in the skin, subcutaneous tissue and superficial fascia.
Few cases have been reported until recently, although the condition was first described fifty years ago. Its cause is Cited by: 3. The blood count showed 4, erythrocytes leukocytes per cubic millimeter, with 68 per centpolymorphonuclear neutrophils, 30 per lympho¬ cytes and 2 per cent monocytes.
The hemoglobin was 92 per cent. Urinalysis showed an acid reaction, specific gravity ofa faint trace of albumin, nosugar, few epithelial cells and casts. Repeated examinations of the blood for calcium Cited by: 3.
the use of the term to cases in which subcutaneous calcareous nodules are formed in the absence of any such antecedent skin lesions. Though calcareous concretions in the skin were described as long ago as the middle of the seventeenth century, the account of a case.
A CASE OF CALCINOSIS CIRCUMSCRIPTA BY DOUGLAS L. WOOLF Calcinosis, or chalk gout as it is commonlynamed owing to the tophus-like swellings it presents, is a slowly progressing condition of unknown aetiology and pathogenesis.
Two types are described, circumscripta and universalis. Thefemalesexis themorecommonlyaffected. Thecircumscripta varietyusually. Del Pozzo-Magaña BR, Ho N. Subcutaneous Fat Necrosis of the Newborn: A Year Retrospective Study.
Pediatr Dermatol. Nov. 33 (6):ee Shrestha S, Chaudhary N, Koirala S, Gupta R. Sclerema Neonatorum Treated Successfully with Parenteral Steroids: An Experience from a Resource Poor Country. Case Rep Pediatr. Thibierge and Weissenbach () described 'subcutaneous calcareous concretions and scleroderma' in a single patient and found 8 other similar cases in the literature.
A physicochemical study of subcutaneous calcium deposits was performed in a patient with typical Thibierge-Weissenbach syndrome which had begun, ten years previously, with. Sclerodactyly is a hardening of the skin of the hand that causes the fingers to curl inward and take on a claw-like shape.
It is brought on by a condition called systemic scleroderma, or systemic. Accumulation of saliva that leaked from a salivary duct into subcutaneous or submucosal tissue and consequent tissue reaction to saliva. Sialolithiasis (SG/SI): Condition characterized by the presence of one or more sialoliths, a calcareous concretion or calculus (stone) in the salivary duct or gland.
Sialography (RAD/SG). The patient was a man of 59 years suffering from the maculo-anaesthetic type of leprosy, the first signs of which made their appearance inthat is at the age of 44 years, but the condition was not diagnosed as leprosy till when he presented himself for treatment on account of lancinating pains in the feet.
The same year closer examination revealed the signs of Weir-Mitchell's. Subcutaneous granuloma annulare (SGA) is a benign inflammatory disorder that may be alarming in its presentation because of its rapid growth and extensive differential diagnosis. The purpose of our study was to improve the appropriate evaluation and management of pediatric patients with subcutaneous scalp nodules.
This article presents the clinical presentation, histopathologic data. "[A case of poikilodermatomyositis with subcutaneous calcareous concretions.]".
Annali italiani di dermatologia e sifilografia. 9 (4): – PMID WILKINSON, DS (Jun). "Poikiloderma with epitheliomata". Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. 47 (6): PMID In some cases, the ribbon-like scleroderma of the frontal-parietal region is accompanied by the hemiatrophy of Romberg's face.
In this case, all tissues (subcutaneous fatty tissue, muscles, cartilage and skull bones) are atrophied at the sites of the lesion near the eye, in the zygomatic area or in the region of the lower jaw. The interplay between event and background sedimentation and the origin of fossil-rich carbonate concretions: A case study in Permian rocks of the Paraná Basin, Brazil calcareous mudstone.
There is NO EVIDENCE that linezolid or daptomycin are superior to TMP/SMX, doxycycline, or clindamycin for the management of skin and soft tissue infections.
Linezolid or daptomycin should only be considered when the S. aureus isolate is resistant to other agents or. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.
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This group has been given various names: hypodermoliths, petrification of the skin, lime gout, calcareous subcutaneous concrements, calcinosis, granular deposition of lime, chalk gout, dermal and subdermal concretions, and gout stones.
In the sixteenth century, Trancavella, Ambroise Paré, and Fallopio referred to stony productions in the skin. Overview. Years ago, only the worst cases of systemic sclerosis (scleroderma) were diagnosed, thus leading to the widespread belief that systemic scleroderma was always progressive and fatal.
Now that the full range of types and severity of scleroderma are being recognized and diagnosed, there is increasing awareness that many people have a milder type of illness with a much rosier longterm.Because of the numerous combinations of potential signs of the disorder, many clinical aspects are observed.
Calcinosis (subcutaneous calcareous concretions), telangiectasia, and scleroderma (systemic sclerosis) are constant. Raynaud syndrome is very common.Book. Full-text available. Jun ; Ahmet Köse. In mild cases, closure of these defects can be achieved with a conservative approach.
Rhinoliths are calcareous concretions that.