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May 1933

MANHATTAN DERMATOLOGIC SOCIETY

Author Affiliations

Secretary Nov. 15, 1932; Chairman

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1933;27(5):881-883. doi:10.1001/archderm.1933.01450040890019

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Abstract

LeukodermaCentrifugumAcquisitum. Presented by Dr.George C. Andrews.

During the two years previous to presentation, R. D., a youth, aged 18, had had small moles along the midclavicular line, below and above the left nipple and in the midscapular line on the back. These moles were each surrounded by an area of leukoderma. They looked something like supernumerary nipples, but were probably soft moles.

NodularSyphilid of the Face. Presented by Dr.LudwigOulmann.

A woman, aged 58 had had a number of children and had been under treatment in former years for eczema. A week before presentation, a butterfly-shaped eruption developed on both cheeks. As the lesions with central depressions on both cheeks consisted of confluent nodules at the margins, a Wassermann test was done and was reported to be 4 plus. After the first injection of bismuth the condition showed decided improvement. Since then one injection of

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