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CHRONIC PULMONARY OSTEOARTHROPATHY: DYSPITUITARISM AS A PROBABLE CAUSE

CHRONIC PULMONARY OSTEOARTHROPATHY: DYSPITUITARISM AS A PROBABLE CAUSE Abstract Since Hippocrates reported his observation on the occurrence of fusiform swelling of the terminal phalanges in persons with consumption this phenomenon has been noted repeatedly by physicians, who, though ignorant of its pathogenesis, nevertheless attached great significance to its appearance in wasting patients. The French physician Pigeaux1 wrote in 1832: "The secret and almost mysterious relationship between phthisis and the state of nails evidently shows that older physicians were inclined to attach importance to small details which even in the 19th century represent elements of good diagnosis." Interested in small details, physicians of the past overlooked, however, another detail, namely, that fusiform thickening of the phalanges sometimes accompanies a diffuse involvement of the skeleton. When similar widespread lesions were observed, they were not associated with the clubbed fingers and were not looked on as a sequel of a visceral disease, such as a disease of the lungs or heart, References 1. Pigeaux, J.: Arch. gén. de méd. 29:174, 1832. 2. Marie, P.: Rev. de méd. 10:1, 1890. 3. Bamberger, E.: Ztschr. f. klin. Med. 18:193, 1891. 4. Fried, B. M: Am. J. Cancer 20:791, 1934.Crossref 5. Touraine, A.; Solente, G., and Golé, L.: Presse méd. 43:1820, 1935. 6. Golé, L.: Un syndrome ostéo-dermopathique, Thesis, Paris, Vigot frères, 1935. 7. Brugsch, H. G.: Acropachyderma with Pachyperiositis , Arch. Int. Med. 68:687 ( (Oct.) ) 1941.Crossref 8. Crump, C.: Virchows Arch. f. path. Anat. 271:467, 1929.Crossref 9. Friedrich, N.: Virchows Arch. f. path. Anat. 43:63, 1868. 10. Sternberg, M.: Acromegaly , London, New Sydenham Society, 1899. 11. Fried, B. M.: Primary Carcinoma of the Lungs , Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Company, 1932, p. 117. 12. Fort, A. J. A.: Anatomie et physiologie du poumon considéré comme organ de sécrétion , Paris, A. Delahaye, 1867. 13. Roger, G. H., and Binet, L.: Rev. de méd. 42:1, 1925. 14. Aschoff, L.: Ztschr. f. d. ges. exper. Med. 50:52, 1926. 15. Fried, B. M.: Defensive and Metabolic Apparatus of Lungs , Arch. Path. 6:1008 ( (Dec.) ) 1928 16. Lungs and Macrophage System , Fried Arch. Path. 17:76 ( (Jan.) ) 1934. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Internal Medicine American Medical Association

CHRONIC PULMONARY OSTEOARTHROPATHY: DYSPITUITARISM AS A PROBABLE CAUSE

Archives of Internal Medicine , Volume 72 (5) – Nov 1, 1943

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Abstract

Abstract Since Hippocrates reported his observation on the occurrence of fusiform swelling of the terminal phalanges in persons with consumption this phenomenon has been noted repeatedly by physicians, who, though ignorant of its pathogenesis, nevertheless attached great significance to its appearance in wasting patients. The French physician Pigeaux1 wrote in 1832: "The secret and almost mysterious relationship between phthisis and the state of nails evidently shows that older physicians were inclined to attach importance to small details which even in the 19th century represent elements of good diagnosis." Interested in small details, physicians of the past overlooked, however, another detail, namely, that fusiform thickening of the phalanges sometimes accompanies a diffuse involvement of the skeleton. When similar widespread lesions were observed, they were not associated with the clubbed fingers and were not looked on as a sequel of a visceral disease, such as a disease of the lungs or heart, References 1. Pigeaux, J.: Arch. gén. de méd. 29:174, 1832. 2. Marie, P.: Rev. de méd. 10:1, 1890. 3. Bamberger, E.: Ztschr. f. klin. Med. 18:193, 1891. 4. Fried, B. M: Am. J. Cancer 20:791, 1934.Crossref 5. Touraine, A.; Solente, G., and Golé, L.: Presse méd. 43:1820, 1935. 6. Golé, L.: Un syndrome ostéo-dermopathique, Thesis, Paris, Vigot frères, 1935. 7. Brugsch, H. G.: Acropachyderma with Pachyperiositis , Arch. Int. Med. 68:687 ( (Oct.) ) 1941.Crossref 8. Crump, C.: Virchows Arch. f. path. Anat. 271:467, 1929.Crossref 9. Friedrich, N.: Virchows Arch. f. path. Anat. 43:63, 1868. 10. Sternberg, M.: Acromegaly , London, New Sydenham Society, 1899. 11. Fried, B. M.: Primary Carcinoma of the Lungs , Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Company, 1932, p. 117. 12. Fort, A. J. A.: Anatomie et physiologie du poumon considéré comme organ de sécrétion , Paris, A. Delahaye, 1867. 13. Roger, G. H., and Binet, L.: Rev. de méd. 42:1, 1925. 14. Aschoff, L.: Ztschr. f. d. ges. exper. Med. 50:52, 1926. 15. Fried, B. M.: Defensive and Metabolic Apparatus of Lungs , Arch. Path. 6:1008 ( (Dec.) ) 1928 16. Lungs and Macrophage System , Fried Arch. Path. 17:76 ( (Jan.) ) 1934.

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Archives of Internal MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Nov 1, 1943

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