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In the article "Acne Fulminans," which appeared in the April issue of the Archives (113:444-449, 1977), the synopsis-abstract was printed twice rather than the following introductory paragraphs:
There acne. An unusual acute variant with severe scarring was recognized recently. Burns and Colville1 presented a case associated with an acute febrile reaction as "acne conglobata with septicemia (?)" in 1958. Windon (1961)2 emphasized the combination of arthritis and severe acne in one patient as did Thyresson (1963)3 and Moschella (1964).4
The most comprehensive report was published by Kelly and Burns (1971).5 They reported three cases and described as distinctive features sudden onset with severe ulcerative lesions, fever and polyarthralgia, resistance to antibiotic therapy, and favorable response to debridement in combination with systemic therapy with corticosteroids. Ström et al6 recently described two new cases of a similar syndrome. In addition, they reviewed 23 cases
Missing Introductory Paragraphs. Arch Dermatol. 1977;113(9):1225. doi:10.1001/archderm.1977.01640090073009