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August 1922

Society Transactions

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1922;6(2):212-258. doi:10.1001/archderm.1922.02360020085009

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Abstract

VIENNA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY 

Session, Nov. 17, 1921 

PURPURA ANNULARIS TELANGIECTODES MAJOCCHI. Presented by Dr. Nobl.  This disorder, as first described by Majocchi in 1905, appeared in a woman. Her arms, chest and back were covered with pink and brownish-red, round and oblong spots and yellowish-red eruptions. There was slight scaling but no pronounced atrophy. Etiologically, syphilis and tuberculosis were excluded. Atrophic damage to the vessels was assumed, that is, a neurogenous origin of the disorder.

AFTER-EPILATION METHOD FOR FUNGUS DISEASES OF THE SCALP. Dr. Fuhs.  After roentgen-ray epilation of the scalp, the hair still remaining is removed by a warm mixture of colophony and wax. A thick layer of this mixture is spread on a piece of cloth and then placed on the scalp and left to cool. It is then removed, with the hair adhering to the sticky mixture.

RARE FORMS OF AN ARSENICAL ERUPTION FOLLOWING THE ADMINISTRATION OF 

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