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February 1924

BERLIN DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1924;9(2):273-275. doi:10.1001/archderm.1924.02360200129011

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Abstract

BROMODERMA TUBEROSUM VEGETANS. Presented by Dr. Bruhns.  A young patient with epilepsy who had taken bromids for several months developed typical lesions on the face and along the extensor surfaces. A pyodermite végétante (pemphigus vegetans) was first considered until the surface turned distinctly papillary.

MULTIPLE PRIMARY SPINDLE CELL SARCOMAS. Dr. Heller.  A patient who had had a tumor surgically removed from his left foot three years ago, developed about twenty pea-sized smooth skin tumors. Histologically there was seen a new formation of vessels which were partly cavernous. There was also an accumulation of pigment. In the discussion, Dr. Buschke was reminded of leukosarcomatosis, and he believed the present case was an angiosarcoma.Session of Feb. 13, 1923

ANAPHYLACTIC ERUPTION FOLLOWING INTRAVENOUS CALOMEL MEDICATION. Presented by Dr. Rosenthal.  Following intravenous injections of colloidal calomel, a generalized urticaria and ecchymoses were provoked along the lower extremities.

TREATMENT OF PSORIASIS WITH INTRAVENOUS SODIUM 

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