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VIENNA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Session of June 9, 1921
TRICHOPHYTINA DISSEMINATA CORPORIS. Dr. Krüger.
Dr. Krüger discussed the case of a patient, aged 65, who had sharply circumscribed lesions over the back, breast, arms and mammae. The lesions were very similar to those of erythrasma, being brownish yellow and slightly scaling. The disorder had existed one year.
ULCUS CHRONICUM VULVAE ELEPHANTIASTICUM. Dr. Krüger.
The patient had enormous enlargement of the external genitalia. At the introitus vaginae there was a dollar-sized ulcer with undermined borders. Neither syphilis, gonorrhea nor tuberculosis was the causative factor.
A CASE OF ULCERATED ERYTHEMA INDURATUM BAZIN; SCAR FORMATION AFTER PAPULONECROTIC TUBERCULIDS; LYMPHOMATA COLLI. Dr. Sachs.
In the center of the calf of a patient aged 27, there was an ulcerated tumor the size of a tomato. The surrounding area was covered with numerous scars resulting from papulonecrotic tuberculids. There were lymphomata colli. The Wassermann reaction was negative.