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A Case for Diagnosis. Presented by Dr. Klauder.
C. S., a white girl, aged 21, had an eruption beginning in August, 1925. It had been present constantly, but at times improved, and again became worse. The eruption was generalized, from the neck to the ankles, and was composed of macules and papules with slight scaly formation, some of which had partly involuted, leaving a slight atrophy, with a wrinkled surface. It was mildly pruritic. The palms were free from the eruption.
Dr. Weidman: I can give no positive diagnosis, but I do not think it is seborrheic dermatitis. I consider the diagnosis of parapsoriasis of Juliusberg as quite possible.Dr. Wright: I agree with the difficulty of diagnosis, and place the case somewhere in the parapsoriasis group.
Guttate Parapsoriasis. Presented by Dr. Greenbaum.
J. C., a boy, aged 15, had the condition for eighteen months. It began on the
Greenbaum SS. PHILADELPHIA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1926;14(3):330–335. doi:10.1001/archderm.1926.02370210089012
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