2 edition of Atrophodermia Biotriptica in natives in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan found in the catalog.
Atrophodermia Biotriptica in natives in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Albert J. Chalmers
|Statement||by Albert J. Chalmers and C.M. Crew.|
|Contributions||Drew, C. M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4p.,  leaves of plates ;|
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The authors discuss briefly our present knowledge of atrophie changes in the skin, and describe cases occurring in the Sudan in old subjects in which the condition is akin to the " biotripsis " described by CHEATLE in Hitherto, the only other cases noted in the tropics have been by CASTELLANI and CHALMERS in Ceylon.
The fact is emphasised that the atrophodermia is pathological and not a Author: Albert J. Chalmers, C. Drew. Drew,C M Title(s): Atrophodermia biotriptica in natives in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan/ by Albert J.
Chalmers and C.M. Drew. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: John Bale, Sons & Danielsson, Full text of "The Journal of tropical medicine and hygiene" See other formats. This Report, it is stated, covers the work performed during the year by the Bacteriological Section and such portions of the work of the Chemical and Entomological Sections as are thought to be of interest with regard to tropical medicine and hygiene.
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