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February 1924


Arch Derm Syphilol. 1924;9(2):276-278. doi:10.1001/archderm.1924.02360200132013

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DEMONSTRATION OF THE LOCAL EFFECT OF A SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTION OF A NEO-ARSPHENAMIN PROCAIN SOLUTION. Dr. Sobotka.  The neo-arsphenamin was dissolved according to the method advised by Cabannes and Chavannez in ten times the quantity of a 1 per cent, solution of procain. It was then injected into the thigh. A painful reaction with reddening and swelling occurred, the pains lasting for six days after the injection.

SKIN CARCINOMAS IN A SCAR DUE TO BURNS. Dr. Schoenhof.  Dr. Schoenhof presented a case in which an extensive carcinoma had developed on a scar caused by a burn. He reported three other similar cases.

CYLINDROMA OF THE CHEEK. Dr. Schoenhof.  A woman, aged 60, had for the last ten years suffered from hemispherical tumors under the skin of the cheek. Histologically these were basalcell carcinomas which resembled the cylindromas of the scalp described by Spiegler, Frieboes and Watanabe. These tumors are congenital.Session

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