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ST. LOUIS DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY
April 9, 1924
Joseph Grindon, M.D., Chairman
A Case of Acquired Leukoderma Confined to the Face. Presented by Dr. Brockelman.
Miss E. D., aged 46, at the age of 30, had an almost sudden appearance of depigmented spots on the face, which became stationary, except for the development of a few more lesions at the periphery. No preceding illness could be accounted for. During the time of menstruation, the lesions were more noticeable.The irregularly shaped white spots varied in size from that of a pea to that of a bean, and showed in their distribution a rough symmetry. The pigment of the surrounding skin was markedly increased.
Dermatitis Dysmenorrheica. Presented by Dr. Norman Tobias from Dr. Engman's Clinic, W. U. Disp.
A woman, aged 35, said that she had had an eruption over the clavicular regions with each menstrual period for the last six months.
Society Transactions. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1924;10(5):634–666. doi:10.1001/archderm.1924.02360290099011
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