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MINNESOTA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY
Annual Meeting, Aug. 5, 1922John Butler, M.D., Chairman
URTICARIA PIGMENTOSA. (From the University Clinic.) Presented by Dr. Michelson.
A baby, aged 4 months, for the last two and a half months had shown a yellowish and brownish-yellow macular eruption located on the trunk and face. The lesions varied in size from 0.5 to 0.75 cm. in diameter. There was no scratching, therefore it was concluded that the lesions did not itch. The baby gained steadily in weight and its general health was perfect. Rubbing the lesions produced some edema. There was no marked dermographismus.
MILTOY'S DISEASE. Presented by Dr. Michelson.
Miss F., aged 19, born in Minnesota and never out of the state, whose general health was excellent, said that since birth the left leg had been much larger than the right. It had never been painful except when injured, and then it healed slowly. She
Society Transactions. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1922;6(5):644–650. doi:10.1001/archderm.1922.02360050117011
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