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Sycosis capillitic.
- Delineations of Cutaneous Diseases, 66. - London, Henry G. Bohn, 1817 (1849), 1 hand colored engraved plate, 246 x 242 mm, added a descriptive text leaf. SYCOSIS capillitii. This variety of Sycosis, affecting the hairy scalp, is seated chiefly about the temples, near the external ear, forehead, and occiput, near the margin of the hair. The tubercles arise in clusters like the former, but are softer and more acuminated than those on the chin, and pass more rapidly into suppuration, soon becoming confluent, and producing an elevated, unequal, and ulcerated surface. This is also sometimes granulated, affording some resemblance to the inside pulp of a fig. - "In 1814 Bateman acquired the copyright to the engravings in the Willan treatise. He arranged to have the plates refurbished, replaced a few, added to them a completely new set of engravings depicting the later Genera, which had never before been illustrated."
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