Homeopathy treatment of The Exanthemata, with indicated homeopathic remedies from the Diseases of the Skin by Frederick Myers Dearborn. …

As much as the eruption is the most conspicuous feature of these diseases, their specific consideration should be part of every work on diseases of the skin, if for no other reason than their resemblance to the lesions of other conditions. However, it is unnecessary to discuss them in detail except as to their cutaneous lesions. They present certain common characteristics: in all, the lesions are symmetrical and generally distributed; the active eruption is succeeded by a desquamative or exfoliating stage; there is never a chronic element to these disorders because they pursue an acute self-limited course; they often occur in epidemics and more often affect children; each is produced by a specific contagion which is derived from an animal body suffering from the same disease, although the exact causative microorganisms are not a present demonstrable; and no specific medication is capable of arresting their course.

Frederick Dearborn
Dr Frederick Myers DEARBORN (1876-1960)
American homeopath, he directed several hospitals in New York.
Professor of dermatology.
Served as Lieut. Colonel during the 1st World War.
See his book online: American homeopathy in the world war