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April 12, 1902

REPORT OF CASES TREATED WITH ROENTGEN RAYS.

Author Affiliations

PROFESSOR OF DERMATOLOGY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. CHICAGO.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(15):911-919. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.62480150001001
Abstract

TUBERCULOSIS OF THE SKIN. 

Case 1.  —Referred to me by Prof. H. B. Favill of Rush Medical College. Woman, aged 38, with extensive lupus involving the chin, cheeks, and neck of four years' duration; healed with healthy soft white scars after five months. This patient has been well now a year and a half and shows no sign of recurrence. This case has been reported in detail.1

Case 2.  —Referred to me by Prof. A. J. Ochsner of the University of Illinois. Lupus of the nose in a girl 10 years old of two years' duration; healed with healthy scars after five months; practically no deformity. This patient has been well for a year and there is no evidence of recurrence. The case has been reported in detail.2

Case 3.  —Mrs. A., aged 38, fifteen years married, was referred to me in March, 1901, by Dr. E. A.

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