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September 1920

ADENOMA SEBACEUM ASSOCIATED WITH A TERATOMA OF THE KIDNEYREPORT OF A CASE

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1920;2(3):368-369. doi:10.1001/archderm.1920.02350090097013
Abstract

The occasional reference in literature to adenoma sebaceum associated with congenital tumors of the kidney or other abdominal viscera leads me to report this case of adenoma sebaceum with an associated teratoma of the kidney.

H. Goldenberg1 has recently called attention to the frequence of adenoma sebaceum and various congenital tumors. Rosen and Wolf2 have recently presented a case of adenoma sebaceum in a boy, aged 11, in which a history of the removal of a tumor of the kidney of the Wilm type was obtained. Lapowski3 has referred to a case of adenoma sebaceum and peculiar tumors of the heart and kidney — not sarcomas—in the Annales de Dermatologie et Syphiligraphie, 1914-1915.

REPORT OF A CASE 

History.—  Stella J., a Caucasian woman, an American, aged 27, the mother of two normal children, whose mother and sister were living and well, and whose father and brother had

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