Louis Adolphus Duhring

Louis Adolphus Duhring (December 23, 1845, Philadelphia – May 8, 1913, Philadelphia) was an American physician and professor of dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania.wikipedia
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Dermatitis herpetiformis

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He is best remembered for having delineated dermatitis herpetiformis (also known as Duhring's disease); but he also described pruritus hiemalis ("winter itch"), and seborrheic dermatitis.
Dermatitis herpetiformis was first described by Louis Adolphus Duhring in 1884.

List of University of Pennsylvania people

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Louis Adolphus Duhring: Penn professor of dermatology and founding member and President of the American Dermatological Society

Louis-Anne-Jean Brocq

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Brocq provided early, comprehensive descriptions of numerous skin disorders, including keratosis pilaris, parapsoriasis and a form of dermatitis called "Duhring-Brocq disease" (named with Louis Adolphus Duhring and sometimes referred to as dermatitis herpetiformis).

1913

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May 8 – Louis Adolphus Duhring, American physician (b. 1845)

Philadelphia

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Louis Adolphus Duhring (December 23, 1845, Philadelphia – May 8, 1913, Philadelphia) was an American physician and professor of dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dermatology

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Louis Adolphus Duhring (December 23, 1845, Philadelphia – May 8, 1913, Philadelphia) was an American physician and professor of dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania.

University of Pennsylvania

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Louis Adolphus Duhring (December 23, 1845, Philadelphia – May 8, 1913, Philadelphia) was an American physician and professor of dermatology at the University of Pennsylvania.

Seborrhoeic dermatitis

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He is best remembered for having delineated dermatitis herpetiformis (also known as Duhring's disease); but he also described pruritus hiemalis ("winter itch"), and seborrheic dermatitis.

American Civil War

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After a stint with the 32nd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers in the American Civil War, Duhring enrolled at Penn's Medical School, graduating in 1867.

Vienna

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From 1868 he continued his studies in Vienna, Paris and London, returning to Philadelphia in 1870, where he established the Dispensary for Skin Diseases.

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From 1868 he continued his studies in Vienna, Paris and London, returning to Philadelphia in 1870, where he established the Dispensary for Skin Diseases.

London

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From 1868 he continued his studies in Vienna, Paris and London, returning to Philadelphia in 1870, where he established the Dispensary for Skin Diseases.

Bowel obstruction

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Duhring died on May 8, 1913 due to an intestinal obstruction and resulting peritonitis.

Peritonitis

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Duhring died on May 8, 1913 due to an intestinal obstruction and resulting peritonitis.