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September 1925


Arch Derm Syphilol. 1925;12(3):408-433. doi:10.1001/archderm.1925.02370090085010

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Chronic Granuloma. Presented by Drs. Pusey and Senear.

A woman, aged 40, presented at the October meeting of the Society (report published with proceedings of October meeting in the March, 1925, number of the Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology), since that time had received roentgenotherapy on three of the nodules, with resultant flattening of the lesions. Biopsy showed a chronic granuloma.

DISCUSSION  Dr. Zwick: Has a topical tuberculin test (local inunction with 50 per cent. tuberculin —Hydrous wool fat ointment) of the lesion been made?Dr. Lieberthal: I demonstrated this case before the Society at the October meeting as one of scleroderma, and presented specimens from one of the lesions which showed an increase of connective tissue, some of it hyalinized, with here and there a few collections of round cells.Urticaria (Due to Sunlight). Presented by Dr. Oliver.A woman, aged 50, had a disorder of eight years' duration,

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