yellow scale

yellow scale

[′yel·ō ′skāl]
(materials)
The commercial name for low-grade paraffin wax.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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'Untreated dandruff can turn into seborrhoeic dermatitis, a thick, stuck-on yellow scale,' says trichologist Sally-Ann Tarver.
Similarly, seborrheic dermatitis may present with diaper involvement characterized by well-demarcated erythematous plaques with minimal or absent greasy yellow scale. This dermatitis commonly erupts in infants and neonates less than 6 weeks old and resolves by 6-9 months of age.
Welcome to the "aftermath zone" of the beech-bark disease, an epidemic spread by a tiny yellow scale insect and a parasitic fungus.
Anolis casildae can be distinguished from all other Panamanian anole species via six features: (1) two enlarged superciliary scales (the first larger than the second); (2) an anterior nasal scale in contact with the rostral scale or separated from the rostral by one scale; (3) 6-8 sublabial scales to the center of the eye; (4) 3-4 scales between the supraorbital semicircles; (5) unique coloration (4-6 oblique brown bands interspersed by blueoutlined yellow patches; dewlap is a dirty cream color with broad yellow scale rows irregularly interspersed with smaller emerald green scales) and (6) A.
Maxillary palpus covered with light yellow scales, labial palpus drooping and covered with grayish scales.
Leading causes of dandruff include irritated, oily skin that forms flaky white or yellow scales. Failing to shampoo enough may contribute to the buildup of oils and skin cells, which also can cause dandruff.
Silvery white scales was most commonly seen in 35/40 (87.5%) psoriasis cases, greasy yellow scales in 3/40 (7.5%).
The planned acquisition includes Zytopic for atopic dermatitis, a type of itchy and scaly skin rash; Coraz for seborrhoeic dermatitis, a skin condition where flaky white or yellow scales appear on the scalp or inside the ear; Xylarid for hemorrhoids; Zinx for cough and cold; Extendryl for congestion; Liquadd for attention deficit disorder; Akurza for psoriasis, a disease that causes thick, red skin with flaky scales; Breeze pads for acne and Levall for cough.
Its symptoms are flaky white to yellow scales on the scalp and sometimes in the child's ear.
And lastly, there are the pulkes, the legs, with a ring of yellow scales at their base.
Seborrheic dermatitis can be localized to the face and scalp and presents with greasy yellow scales. Early lesions of DLE can be difficult to differentiate from seborrheic dermatitis.