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SILESIAN DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Breslau, June 29, 1921
CAMPHOR OIL TUMORS. Dr. Bothe.
A woman had developed camphor oil tumors in the last five or six years; twenty-four years ago she had received injections of camphor oil. Diagnosis must differentiate this condition from syphilis and tuberculosis.
SUMMER PRURIGO. Dr. Braendle.
A girl, aged 13, has for the past seven years developed pustular and vesicular eruptions every spring. There is no cicatrization. Roentgen-ray treatment has been helpful.
ULCERS OF THE GENITALS. Dr. Schneeman.
Dr. Schneemann reported two cases of deep ulceration on the genitals. Gonococci, spirochetes and Ducrey bacilli were not found. Only paradiphtheria bacilli could be demonstrated in one case. Phenol-iodoform treatment effected cure, though slowly.
LUPUS ERYTHEMATODES DISCOIDES. Dr. Liebrecht.
The eruption was on a typical location on the face. The Pirquet and Moro reactions were positive. The combined quinin-iodin treatment was successful.
ERYTHEMA INDURATUM BAZIN ON LEFT LEG. Dr.
Society Transactions. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1922;5(1):135–155. doi:10.1001/archderm.1922.02350260138013
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