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November 1925


Arch Derm Syphilol. 1925;12(5):742-745. doi:10.1001/archderm.1925.02370110131015

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Granuloma Fungoides. Presented by Dr. E. C. Troxell.  P. L., a farmer, aged 86, whose general health had always been fairly good, had first noticed a slightly pruritic, dry eczematous area on the right arm about five years previously. Three years later, similar discrete patches had appeared on the shoulders and back and on the right leg. One week previously, another patch had appeared on the left thigh. In June, 1924, areas on the arm had thickened, become nodular and ulcerated, the ulcerations persisting and enlarging.

DISCUSSION  Dr. Troxell: I wish to call attention to the advanced age of the patient at the time of the onset.Dr. Keim: This group of conditions is of interest. This is the cutaneous manifestation of some hidden malignant growth classified by pathologists among lymphoblastomas.

Dermatophytosis. Presented by Drs. Schiller and Perkins.  P. B., a young man, presented recurrent scaling patches on the middle

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