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Abnormal blushing, flushing and sweating 1905
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- Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Compare notes and cuttings on the subject of 'Paroxysmal lacrimation during eating' and 'crocodile tears' in my collection 'Affections of the lacrimal glands etc'. ('Auriculo-temporal syndrome' etc). (First series). Contains also notes and cuttings on 'striae cutis distensae' ('striae patellares' and similar cutaneous striae' on other parts of the body); also includes a little on 'macular atrophy of the skin' (but for this see other collections). Contains also notes on 'gooseskin', or 'cutis anserina' and the 'flesh creeping', especially when of psychical origin (gooseskin or cutis anserina is also called the pilomotor reaction). On the whole subject of 'striae atrophica' cutis and 'striae patellares' see FPW 'Case at the German Hospital 1898' (notes and cuttings bound up at the commencement of the volume). Contains also notes and cuttings on various disorders of sweating-apparatus--dyridrosis of the hands and feet etc. Absence or aplasia or hypoplasia of sweat glands etc. Contains also notes, cuttings and references on bloody or coloured sweating of various kinds. But see especially P M Greig on coloured milk and coloured sweat etc in Edinburgh Med Jnl for Sept 1930 (in my supplementary collection A to Gould and Pyle's Curiosities of Medicine.) So-called 'black dermographism' (for comparison) in beginning of this collection. On chromidrosis (black, red, etc sweating) and 'seborrhea nigricans' with or without hysteria see notes and cuttings in my case books 23 Feb 1897 p 169'
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