Date: 1910 |
Dermatologic stereoview card. Front of card depicts two views of the lower leg to the top of a person's foot with Eczema Varicosum. The reverse of the card explains the dermatologic conditions as well as stipulates the diagnosis and treatment. Various eczemas are named usually from the primary or consecutive type of lesion that predominates or from some prominent clinical symptom such as eczema intertrigo, eczema varicosum. As described here, the legs are a common site and varicose veins may be present for years before the development of an eczema. Eczema Varicosum may also be known as Varicose Veins. more...