WE, now come to a class of diseases characterized by watery pimples. Wilson says they are distinguished by 1, effusive inflammation of the derma," which means that there is inflammation of the true skin, which causes water to be poured out on top of the derma, and underneath the scarf skin, causing the latter to be lifted up in the form of small or large blisters, or vesicles. At first the fluid in these pimples is transparent, but in a short time becomes milky. Sometimes this fluid absorbs; at other times, it dries up, and with the cuticle scales off as scurf.
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