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Granulosis Rubra Nasi. Presented by Dr. Levin.
A. G., aged 13, a schoolboy, had had a red nose since birth. The lower part of the nose was congested, red, and showed pinhead-sized red papules and pinhead-sized drops of sweat. The redness was prominent, and when the small beads of perspiration were removed, they were almost immediately replaced by fresh droplets.
Dr. Bechet: I have been impressed with the comparative rarity of this disease during the last five years. Previous to that time I had observed a number of cases.
Leukemid. Presented by Dr. Levin.
H. E., a Turk, aged 49, married, complained of a persistent generalized pruritus, loss of strength and increased fatigue. Examination revealed numerous excoriations and scattered wheals. The lymph nodes all over the body were enlarged, and the spleen was palpable below the free border of the ribs. The blood count revealed a leukocytosis of more