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July 23, 1904

A CASE OF DARIER'S DISEASE.PSOROSPERMOSE CUTANEE FOLLICULAIRE VEGETANTE OR KERATOSIS FOLLICULARIS (WHITE).

JAMA. 1904;XLIII(4):242-246. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.92500040002c
Abstract

In the last fifteen years, since this affection became known under the above names, there was published in all thirty cases.1 Cases under this heading demonstrated or published by Mansuroff, Zeleneff, Kroesing, Savill, Graham, Little, Sokoloff, Bogroff and Huber lack many essential features, and can not therefore be considered as cases of this affection.

HISTORY OF THE AUTHOR'S CASE.  Our case, which represents the thirty-first of all cases, and the sixth of the cases occurring in the United States, concerns a young man of 25, born in a small town in the south of Wisconsin. His parents are German, and claim that they do not know of any skin disease occurring in their family except the present case. They themselves have always enjoyed excellent health, as did their two daughters of 17 and 18 respectively, and their younger son of 14. The patient passed through an attack of measles in

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