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The volume is opened by a short article on cutaneous gangrene by Emery. This is followed by 128 pages devoted to a discussion by Milian of the subject of cutaneous infections and streptococcic infections in detail. Tribute is due to the work of Sabouraud, so ably supported by Milian, on the cutaneous manifestations of the streptococcic infections of the skin. It is unfortunate that American writers do not differentiate clearly between the streptococcic dermatoses and the staphylococcic dermatoses. If one desires to have a clear conception of the differences, one has only to read the article by Milian and the one by Sabouraud on folliculitis. Between the two is an excellent dissertation on the cutaneous complications of gonorrhea, by Perin. The same author gives a description of the lesion known in the French literature as botryomycome but which is generally recognized now as granuloma pyogenicum or telangiectaticum. Ulcus vulvae acutum
Nouvelle pratique dermatologique. JAMA. 1938;110(3):233-234. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790030067031