THE skin affection here described is, so far as I am aware, not generally recognized. I have seen two cases in Norway; one in a female many years ago of whose case I have no notes, and the example which forms the subject of this paper. A typical case in a male was presented at the Dermatological Congress in London (1896), but I do not know by whom. A majority of the experienced observers present failed to recognize the condition, so that I am not far wrong in saying that the disease is a rare one.
The only clinical description known to me which bears any resemblance to my case, is given in a recent paper by Jonathan Hutchinson in his "Archives of Surgery," October, 1898. I dare not say that the skin affection there described as "Mortimer's Malady" is identical with my case, since the latter shows some very
Boeck C. MULTIPLE BENIGN SARKOID OF THE SKIN. Arch Dermatol. 1982;118(10):710-720. doi:10.1001/archderm.1982.01650220014003