The survey of the literature which our cases caused us to make led us to believe that multiple hemorrhagic sarcoma of Kaposi has received attention far beyond what might be expected. Thus, being rare and withal so benign as regards life and death (usually), it cannot be considered as one of the dermatoses of outstanding clinical importance; and yet we find that those contributing to the literature include a large proportion of our most distinguished dermatologists, and that they have given their best thought to the comparatively small number of cases which comes under the care of any one of them.
Whatever the explantation may be, the result is that the disease has been sufficiently described and discussed, and a comprehensive review of the literature by us would be superfluous. Accordingly, what we shall have to say in the way of summaries and reviews will be limited to the visceral
DILLARD GJ, WEIDMAN FD. MULTIPLE HEMORRHAGIC SARCOMA OF KAPOSIHISTOLOGIC STUDIES OF TWO CASES, ONE DISCLOSING INTESTINAL LESIONS AT NECROPSY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1925;11(2):203–231. doi:10.1001/archderm.1925.02370020056005