From impetigo contagiosa, and the flat pustular syphiloderm.
In India Dr. Kirkpatrick has used it as a lotion in impetigo.
This variety was formerly thought to be a distinct disease, and was described under the name of impetigo simplex.
From what diseases is impetigo contagiosa to be differentiated?
Treated 10 cases of impetigo, three of toothache, two of ringworm.
Sulphur has been used with benefit in Eczema, impetigo, and Lepra.
It is closely allied to impetigo contagiosa, and may in fact be regarded as a markedly inflammatory form of the latter affection.
Eczema and psoriasis, pityriasis, impetigo, and porrigo decalvans are forms of skin eruption seen.
impetigo is also witnessed among grazing animals, regardless of age, and it especially attacks animals with white hair and skin.
Similar abscesses are met with on the scalp in association with eczema, impetigo, and pediculosis.
impetigo im·pe·ti·go (ĭm'pĭ-tī'gō)
n. pl. im·pe·ti·gos
A contagious skin infection caused by staphylococcal or streptococcal bacteria and characterized by the eruption of superficial pustules that rupture and form thick yellow crusts, usually on the face; it is most commonly seen in children. Also called impetigo contagiosa, impetigo vulgaris.