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Title: Manual of pathology : including bacteriology, the technic of postmortems, and methods of pathologic research
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Coplin, William Michael Late, 1864-1928
Publisher: Philadelphia : P. Blakiston’s Son & Co.
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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mong which the aspergillusis thought to be active. The dermatomycoses- are specific fonns of cutaneous inflammationdue to other members of the mould family. The most important ofthese are favus, herpes tonsurans (tinea tonsurans or barbers itch),tinea versicolor (pityriasis, mycosis versicolor, or demiatomycosisfurfuracea), and ervthrasma. Favus is usually restricted to the scalp, although Moms reporteda case in which the lesion occurred on the scalp, trunk, and arms andalso involved the finger-nails. Sulphur yellow crusts form about hairswhich the mvcelia and conidia penetrate; the undcriying skin inflames,the hair sheds, and, as a result of inflammatory and atrophic changesin the bulbs, may not be reproduced. The parasite producing the Ceni and Besta, Rivista sper. di Feniatria. 1904. vol. xxx. P-865. »Sabouraud, *Les Tricophvtics Humaincs. Pans. 1894. Bodin LcsChampignons Parasites de Ihommc. 1902. Bunch. Lancet. Feb. 18. 1905.Minne, An. de la Soc. de Med. de Fland., 1904. Ixxxin.
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164 GENERAL PATHOLOGY. lesion is the Achorion schbnleinii. The spores of the thread penetratethe hair-foUicle and may be found surrounding the bulb. The organism is not difficult to grow, but on account of the largenumber of associated bacteria, isolation in pure culture is not easy; theextracted hair may be washed in sterile water and, by sterile instruments,divided into many fragments, of which inoculations may be made.Parts of the bulb are most likely to yield pure cultures. On agar theoutlines are clear, the surface scaly, and in old growths cerebriform:the surface takes on a fine, whitish, powdery appearance. On gelatin,irregular, whitish, downy growths develop with slowly advancing lique-faction of the medium. The organism may be successfully inoculatedon the gray mouse. There are other members of the favus group thataffect the lower animals and occasionally are communicated to man. Herpes or tinea tonsurans is a form of ring^^orm attacking the scalpand due to the trichophyton t
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