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Dermatitis Medicamentosa. Neurotic Excoriations. Presented by Dr. Sweitzer.
Miss F., aged 27, was nervous and was given both iodin and bromids. A drug eruption appeared on the back of her trunk and on the neck. The patient scratched the tops of the lesions and many pigmented scars resulted.
Actinomycosis. Presented by Dr. Sweitzer.
C. L., a man, aged 56, an engineer, married, said that the first lesion appeared on the buttocks about one year before presentation. The condition was diagnosed as a boil, and was opened by a physician. Numerous similar lesions appeared on the buttocks and on the lower part of the abdomen. He was treated at the University last spring. He was given potassium iodid by mouth at that time, and not much improvement was noted. The patient was later given sun lamp treatments by a physician, with some improvement. At the present time the patient is being
Olson GM. MINNESOTA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1926;13(2):284–288. doi:10.1001/archderm.1926.02370140150020
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