VOL. XVI. APRIL, 1898. NO. 4.
A CASE OF MONILETHRIX, WITH AN UNUSUAL DISTRIBUTION.
BY T. CASPAR GILCHRIST, M.R.C.S. (Eng.)
Previous History of the Disease.—The patient is quite sure that the present affection did not make its appearance up to the time when he began to wear trousers and gave up knickerbockers, which occurred at fifteen years of age . . .
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