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Archives a Century Ago
January 2002

TWO CASES OF A RARE PAPULAR DISEASE AFFECTING THE AXILLARY REGION.

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MARKBERNHARDTMD

Arch Dermatol. 2002;138(1):16. doi:10.1001/archderm.138.1.16

Original Communications.

By George Henry Fox, M.D.,

WITH A REPORT ON THE HISTOPATHOLOGY.

BY JOHN A FORDYCE, M.D.,

The first patient who presented the peculiar eruption which I wish briefly to describe, entered the New York Skin and Cancer Hospital in January, 1899. She was twenty-eight years old, unmarried, and born in Russia. The eruption was mainly confined to the axillary region, had existed for a year or more and caused no little distress. The itching was intense and of a paroxysmal character, robbing her of sleep and impairing her general health in a marked degree.

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