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NORTHWEST GERMAN DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Ninth Session, Nov. 27, 1921
LUPUS PERNIO MUTILANS WITH OSTEITIS FIBROSA MULTIPLEX CYSTICA. Dr. Brock.
Two cases in which the fingers and toes were involved were presented. The dermal and intradermal tuberculin reactions were positive in both cases. The lungs were also involved.
TREATMENT OF LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS. PRESENTATION OF TWO CASES. Dr. Brock.
The first patient was treated intradermally with turpentine injections. A complete cure was effected. In the second case eight injections of silver arsphenamin were given. All clinical symptoms disappeared.
MELANOSIS RIEHL. Dr. Gruetz.
The patient showed extreme atrophy of the skin.
XERODERMA PIGMENTOSUM. Dr. Klingmueller.
In one case there was carcinoma beginning at the orbit which had penetrated to the base of the cranium.
HYPERKERATOTIC ARSPHENAMIN ERUPTION. Dr. Gruetz.
An irregularly distributed tough skin infiltration had developed accompanied by strong hyperkeratosis following the six administrations of neo-arsphenamin. Each dose contained 0.6 gm. Salicylic
Society Transactions. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1922;5(6):777–835. doi:10.1001/archderm.1922.02350310086010
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