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By Arthur Rook; Tony Burns, FRCP.

content material: V. 1. advent and old bibliography --
Comparative dermatology --
Anatomy and association of human dermis --
capabilities of the surface --
analysis of dermis sickness --
Epidemiology of epidermis disorder --
Histopathology of the surface: common ideas --
Molecular biology --
irritation --
medical immunology, hypersensitive reaction and photoimmunology --
might therapeutic --
Genetics and genodermatoses --
Prenatal analysis of genetic dermis illness --
The neonate --
Naevi and different developmental defects --
Pruritus --
Eczema, lichenification, prurigo and erythroderma --
Atopic dermatitis --
touch dermatitis: irritant --
touch dermatitis: allergic --
Occupational dermatoses --
Mechanical and thermal damage --
V. 2. Reactions to chilly --
Cutaneous photobiology --
Virus infections --
AIDS and the outside --
Bacterial infections --
Mycobacterial infections --
Leprosy --
The treponematoses --
Mycology --
Parasitic worms and protozoa --
illnesses because of arthropods and different noxious animals --
problems of keratinization --
Psoriasis --
Non-melanoma dermis melanoma and different epidermal dermis tumours --
Tumours of the outside appendages --
issues of the cutaneous melanocyte --
problems of epidermis color --
Genetic blistering illnesses --
Immunobullous illnesses --
V. three. Lichen planus and lichenoid issues --
problems of the sebaceous glands --
Rosacea, perioral dermatitis and comparable dermatoses, flushing and flushing syndromes --
issues of sweat glands --
issues of connective tissue --
Urticaria and mastocytosis --
Purpura and microvascular occlusion --
Vasculitis and neutrophilic vascular reactions --
ailments of the veins and arteries: leg ulcers --
problems of lymphatic vessels --
Histiocytoses --
Soft-tissue tumours and tumour-like stipulations --
Cutaneous lymphomas and lymphocytic infiltrates --
Subcutaneous fats --
The 'connective tissue ailments' --
Metabolic and dietary issues --
Sarcoidosis --
Systemic sickness and the outside --
the surface and the anxious approach --
V. four. Psychocutaneous problems --
issues of nails --
problems of hair --
the outside and the eyes --
The exterior ear --
The oral hollow space and lips --
The breast --
The genital, perianal and umbilical areas --
Racial impacts on pores and skin illness --
The a while of guy and their dermatoses --
common features of remedy --
Systemic treatment --
Drug reactions --
Erythema multiforme, Stevens-Johnson syndrome and poisonous epidermal necrolysis --
Topical treatment --
Radiotherapy and reactions to ionizing radiation --
actual and laser cures --
Dermatological surgery.

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And the Anthropoidea or ‘higher’ primates (monkeys and apes). The higher primates are composed of two groups, which had a common ancestor, but evolved separately in the New World and the Old World. A superfamily of the Anthropoidea, the Hominoidea, includes the apes and humans. All primates have a typical mammalian skin. Hair follicles occur over most of the body, and are lacking only on the footpads and other friction surfaces such as the contact areas of the prehensile tails of some New World monkeys or the knuckle pads of gorillas.

Eccrine glands should clearly be put into two categories. Those of the friction surfaces are present in many mammalian orders as well as in all species of primates. 5 months of gestation, 2 months before those elsewhere, reinforces the view that these are the more archaic. This does not, however, imply that the eccrine glands of the hairy skin are structures only recently acquired by the Hominoidea, for they are also present in Tupaia and in all the Old World monkeys. Only the New World monkeys and the Prosimii have diverged from this tradition.

The Australopithecines, which are recognized as human ancestors, and of whom there were several species, occur as fossils from around 4 Ma, but the molecular clock suggests they may be rather older. Homo: the human genus The genus to which modern human beings belong was given its title by Linnaeus in 1758, and the line to modern humans is considered to include several species of australopiths and Homo. Neanderthal Man is considered to be a variety of Homo sapiens. Homo sapiens The species now embraces not only the whole variety of human beings in the world today, and closely related forms, but also a range of archaic fossils, including Neanderthals.

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