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Parapsoriasis (Two Cases). Presented by Dr. Bloom.
G. G., aged 65, born in Ireland, who came to the New York University and Bellevue Clinic on November 30, gave a history of an eruption which he had first noticed two months previously. It consisted of closely aggregated, pinkish, oval and round patches of various sizes, which were not infiltrated and were covered with a fine scale. The eruption was limited to the thighs (flexor and extensor surfaces) and was only slightly pruritic. The general condition of the patient was good. His previous history was negative. A biopsy examination made by Dr. Highman confirmed the diagnosis.F. J., a boy, aged 7, came to the same clinic on October 17, with an eruption of four months' duration, consisting of macules and papules, appearing on the neck, trunk, upper and lower extremities, anteriorly and posteriorly. The macules, which were red-brown and lentil to
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