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PITYRIASIS LICHENOIDES CHRONICA? Presented by Drs. Schwartz and Busman.
D. T., a man, aged 24, a truck driver, presented a generalized erythematosquamous eruption. The elementary lesion was a small macule or maculopapule with a fine adherent scale which could be scratched off without bleeding. There was little involvement of the scalp and none of the palms and soles. The buccal mucous membranes were of a bluish tint and presented a few scattered reddish papules. There was a definite general adenopathy. There were no subjective symptoms, although occasionally there was slight itching. The condition was of six years' duration and remained practically unchanged. There was a slight improvement in hot, dry weather.
Dr. Wertheimer said he felt that this was a case of parapsoriasis.
PAPULONECROTIC TUBERCULID. Presented by Dr. Wertheimer.
Mrs. S. J., aged 37, married, had had the disease for eleven years. The extensor surfaces of the upper extremities,
Crawford S. PITTSBURGH DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1924;9(3):389–396. doi:10.1001/archderm.1924.02360210098009
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