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November 1937

BRONX DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1937;36(5):1113-1123. doi:10.1001/archderm.1937.01480050179032

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Abstract

Anetoderma of Jadassohn. Presented by Dr. Samuel Feldman.  I. S., a man aged 56, states that about four years ago he noticed spots on the thighs and that since that time the lesions have increased in size and in number. On the buttocks and the upper portions of the thighs there are about forty lesions of somewhat varied appearance. On the inner surface of the upper portion of the thigh there is a white oblong lesion the size of a 5 cent piece. The surface is wrinkled and ballooned and has a soft and easily compressible center and firm edges. On the buttocks, on the upper aspects of the thighs and in the lumbar region there are a number of sharply defined brownish round or oval wrinkled lesions. They are slightly elevated and somewhat firm, particularly in the center. A few lesions the size of a dime or smaller show

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