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May 1927

CHICAGO DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1927;15(5):610-617. doi:10.1001/archderm.1927.02370290085008

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Abstract

Lupus Miliaris Facei. Presented by Dr. Oliver and Dr. Finnerud.

A negress, aged 24, had an eruption of the skin of the eyelids in the vicinity of the inner canthi, on the center of the chin and angles of the mouth, of one year's duration. There were no subjective symptoms. She believed that the lesions of the eyelid appeared before those in the other areas. There had been no previous disorder of the skin. So far as she could tell, the lesions were at a standstill, and none had disappeared. She had received no treatment other than a salve suggested by her druggist. She had always been in good health, and there was no family history of tuberculosis or other disorders of special interest. She had been married seven years and had had one pregnancy, six years ago, which terminated in an abortion at seven months following severe exertion. The

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