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Atopic dermatitis (overview) L20.- Dermatology
...n E/ESCOP for use in inflammatory changes of the oral and pharyngeal mucosa, poorly healing wounds, ulcus cruris. To date no systematic studies in eczema, in prophylaxis of radiodermatitis superior to plac...
Balanitis N48.10 Dermatology
...nataBalanitis gangraenosaBalanitisnigricans.Ulcerative bacterial balanitis:Syphilis (primary effect)Ulcus molleTuberculosisdiphtheria.Viral:Herpes genitalis ( Herpes simplex recidivans)Condylomata acuminat...
Basal cell carcinoma nodular C44.L Dermatology
...ation. Development of an ulcer with a (pearly) marginal wall consisting of shiny papules, so-called ulcus rodens.Some nodular BCCs have irregular pigmentation, whereby the pigment (melanin) can be brown or...
Basal cell carcinoma (overview) C44.- Dermatology
...lcerated basal cell carcinoma (painless, solid ulcer, not healing)Destructive basal cell carcinoma (Ulcus terebrans: large, borderline, non-healing ulcer)Genodermatoses with basal cell carcinomas(basal cel...
Blow-out ulcer; blow-out ulcer; I83.0 Dermatology
Blow-out ulcer; blow-out ulcer; Definition Ulcus cruris with localized relationship to a deficient perforating vein, which lies either above the ulc...
Calendulae flos Phytotherapy
...ntimicrobial and granulation-promoting effect in ointment bases; use also with badly healing wounds(Ulcus cruris: to this indication however reliable studies are missing).Furthermore, in inflammatory chang...
Carcinogenesis Dermatology
...atory processes can also exert growth stimuli on the cell (e.g. in the case of long-term persistent ulcus cruris, also in Crohn's disease). The initiated cell passes on its DNA damage to the daughter cell...
Carcinoma of the skin (overview) C44.L Dermatology
...ases)Pigmented basal cell carcinomaUlcerated basal cell carcinoma Destructive basal cell carcinoma (Ulcus terebrans) (<1% of cases)Premalignant fibroepithelioma (Pinkus tumor)Adnexal carcinoma:Eccrine a...
Chancre, miliary Dermatology
Chancre, miliary Go to Ulcus molle folliculare
Chancre mix Dermatology
Chancre mix Go to Ulcus mixtum
Chancre, mixed Dermatology
Chancre, mixed Go to Ulcus mixtum
Compression stocking medical Vascular medicine
...ance phase.There are special ulcer compression stockings for the treatment of people suffering from ulcus cruris In the majority of cases, a serial fitting is possible; in the case of a special body shape...
Congestive syndrome arthrogenes I87.2- Vascular medicine
...ome, possibly Diagnosis Diagnosis can usually be made on the basis of the following three symptoms: ulcus cruris that is refractory to therapy and/or other signs of severe CVIfixed toeatrophic calf muscles...
Contact allergens Allergology
...r phenotype)Immune reaction of the bodyConcomitant diseases such as CVI with congestive dermatitis; ulcus cruris and othersDrugs (increased potential when taking ACE inhibitors, opioids - decreased potenti...
Crural ulcer, angiospastic L98.4 Vascular medicine
.... Clinical features Small, dry, non-reactive ulcer in a slightly inflamed environment. Therapy S.u. Ulcus cruris.
Enoxacin Dermatology
...ges. Dosage and method of use 400-800 mg/day p.o. over max. 14 days. Gonorrhoea: 400 mg p.o. as ED. Ulcus molle: 3 times 400 mg p.o. at intervals of 12 hours. Undesirable effects S.u. Ciprofloxacin. Additi...
Equiseti herba Phytotherapy
...nternal: for accompanying treatment of post-traumatic edema.Externally: poorly healing wounds, e.g. ulcus curisApplicationsas tea, as ethanolic extracts; the extract can also be incorporated 3% in ointment...
Follicle anchor, miliary Dermatology
Follicle anchor, miliary Go to Ulcus molle folliculare
Folliculitis chancrenosa Dermatology
Folliculitis chancrenosa Go to Ulcus molle folliculare
Haemophilus Microbiology
...junctivitis and Brazilian purple fever = haemolytic prupura)Haemophilus ducreyi (causative agent of ulcus molle; causative agent of non-venereal chronic ulcers in the tropics)Haemophilus haemolyticus (apat...
Haemophilus ducreyi Microbiology
...egative, immobile bacterium of the genus Haemophilus. Haemophilus ducreyi is the causative agent of ulcus molle.
Herpes simplex recidivans B00.8 Dermatology
...lovir. Differential diagnosis Depending on the localization: Perl├Ęche; Zoster; Impetigo contagiosa; Ulcus vulvae acutum; Panaritium. Complication(s) grafted pyoderma in loco.Formation of poorly healing ulc...
Herpes simplex virus infections B00.1 Internal medicine
...ection of the eye: Zoster ophthalmicus.DD on HSV infection of the genital area: Syphilis acquisita; Ulcus molle; Candidosis. Complication(s) Severe local or even disseminated HSV infections in immunocompro...
Hodgkin's lymphoma C81.9 Dermatology
...anthema, brownish to livid-red, cutaneous-subcutaneous nodules. Tendency to necrotizing ulceration: Ulcus lymphogranulomatosus, especially on the trunk, lower abdomen, inguinal and thigh region and head. S...
Horsetail Phytotherapy
...nternal: for accompanying treatment of post-traumatic edema.Externally: poorly healing wounds, e.g. ulcus curisApplicationsas tea, as ethanolic extracts; the extract can also be incorporated 3% in ointment...