Beck-Ibrahim disease (Soma Cornelius Beck)
- Beck's disease
- Ibrahim's disease
An erythematous, desquamative skin disease of newborn infants.
An erythematous, desquamative skin disease of newborn infants, marked by multiple pustules filled with Candida albicans positive pus, about the mouth, nose, neck, ears, perineum, buttocks, and groin. Etiology unknown.
- S. C. Beck:
Über das Erythema mycoticum infantile.
Derm Stud Unna Fortschr, 1910, 1: 494.
- J. Ibrahim:
Über eine Soormykose der Haut im frühen Säuglingsalter.
Archiv für Kinderheilkunde, 1911, 55: 91-101.
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