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We gave our favorable opinion of this great work on the appearance of the first part, and the execution of this second part is quite equal to the first. Every physician can not go to Paris to inspect the original models with the assistance of a competent guide and instructor, but every one can obtain this representation in colors exactly conforming to the Parisian model and the explanatory text written by those most familiar with the original. This part contains articles and plates illustrating lupus erythematosus of the face, hypertrophic rosacea of the forehead, circinate syphilitic lesions of the skin (confluent and cockade shaped) and xanthoma planum et tuberosum in a glycosuric, icteric and obese subject. These plates are accurately colored, and the models of which they are copies were made by Baretta from life.
A Pictorial Atlas of Skin Diseases and Syphilitic Affections in Photo-Lithochromes from models in the Museum of the Saint Louis Hospital, Paris, with explanatory wood-cuts and text. JAMA. 1896;XXVI(13):637. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430650039018
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