New York : D. Appleton and Company, 1889.
Journal : New York Medical Journal ; vol. 49.
Description : [1 l.] pl., -7 p., [1 l.] fold. pl. ; ill.: 1 chromolith., 11 figs., tbl. ; 24 cm.
Photographs : 1 folding leaf with 5 cut-out photos and 6 drawings.
Subject : Skin — Ichthyosis.
A very accurate idea of the course of lichen ruber papules is conveyed by a study of Fig. 5. This figure was taken directly from life. A solar print was made from a photograph of the anterior abdominal wall, just as is shown in the chromo-lithograph. A portion of this photograph, two inches wide by three inches in length, at a point just below and external to the umbilicus, where the papules were in a discrete, coalescing, and coalesced state, was magnified by solar print into a figure sixteen inches by thirty-two inches long, and from this large figure the smaller one, No. 5, was cut out.—Page 3.