Definition of Keratodermia
1. Noun. Any skin disorder consisting of a growth that appears horny.
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Literary usage of Keratodermia
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1. A Practical treatise on diseases of the skin for the use of students and by Oliver Samuel Ormsby (1921)
"... skin assumes the appearance of the bark of a tree. Crocker believes the affection to be in part due to intermarriage in a small community. keratodermia ..."
2. Diseases of the skin: Inluding the Acute Eruptive Fevers by Frank Crozer Knowles (1914)
"... particularly at the spreading edge, for five minutes, night and morning, and in addition, freshly applied twice daily. keratodermia ..."
3. Treatise on diseases of the skin by Henry Weightman Stelwagon (1907)
"Bes- nier divides the cases into four classes: (i) The ordinary symmetric congenital and hereditary form ; (2) the symmetric keratodermia developing in ..."
4. The Principles and Practice of Dermatology: Designed for Students and by William Allen Pusey (1911)
"The lesions of symmetrical keratodermia are insensitive in themselves, ... Mai de Meleda.1—Symmetrical keratodermia of the extremities is endemic on the ..."