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A Case for Diagnosis (Angioma). Presented by Dr. Goodman.
R. De T., an Italian laborer, aged 42, who had been living in the United States for nineteen years, gave a negative history, except that he had had influenza in 1919 and an operation for hernia in 1924. In the latter part of 1917, a lesion appeared anterior to the right tragus and later, a similar lesion appeared on the abdomen. These remained unchanged for six months, when the eruption became generalized. The early lesions were said to look like the lesion shown under the left nipple. This appeared at first sight to be a lymphangioma. There were a number of small, deep-seated, thick-walled vesicles close together, which later changed to the appearance of the lesions shown on the neck, on the side of the cheek and on the wall of the chest. This type of lesion was unilocular, almost the
Parounagian MB. NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, SECTION ON DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILIS. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1927;16(1):70–77. doi:10.1001/archderm.1927.02380010085014
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