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Favus, tinea versicolor, and the various forms of ring-worm are caused by members of the fungus group.
Tinea Favosa, or favus, is a contagious and a very stubborn disease of the skin, caused by the fungus Achorion Schoenleinii.
Maledictus sit in totis compagibus membrorum, a vertice capitis, usque ad plantam pedis—non sit in eo sanitas.
Ovid, in his exile at Tomi, likens the "external remorse of its cares" which his heart feels to the gnawing of the tinea.
In tinea sycosis, or ringworm sycosis, the history of the case is different.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
Does the eruption of tinea versicolor show predilection for any special region?
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
Tinea sycosis yields in most instances in the course of several weeks or a few months.
ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE SKINHENRY WEIGHTMAN STELWAGON
In front of the joint the extensor pedis plays the part of an additional ligament.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
Widening out in fanlike fashion, it is inserted into the pyramidal process of the os pedis.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS
The ascending branches penetrate the substance of the os pedis, and emerge by the numerous foraminæ on its laminal surface.
DISEASES OF THE HORSE'S FOOTHARRY CAULTON REEKS

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