THE JOURNAL OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES VOL. XXVI OCTOBER, 1908 NO. 10
STOPFORD TAYLOR, M. D., and R. W. MACKENNA, M. A., M. D., Physicians to the Liverpool Skin Hospital.
H. C., Female, aged 15 months—Was brought to the Liverpool Skin Hospital in November 1907. The child's family history was good. The father and the mother were both living and healthy, though the mother had a slight degree of anæmia. There was no history of syphilis, alcoholism, rheumatism, rickets or other bone disease in the family, nor any stigma of nervous affections. The patient was the fifth child and the only girl in the family. During the latter half of her pregnancy with this child, the mother had several attacks of severe flooding, for which no cause could be ascertained. Apart from these hæmorrhages the mother's health during gestation was good, her food was ample, and her general hygienic surroundings were satisfactory. There was no history of “maternal impressions.”
Osteoma Cutis. Arch Dermatol. 2008;144(10):1275. doi:10.1001/archderm.144.10.1275
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