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Lupus Erythematosus; Healed Epithelioma. Presented by Dr. Hasley
A man, aged 64, had first noticed a small lesion on the right side of his forehead in December, 1926. Within a year, it had become a large coin-sized ulcer. The lesion had healed after intensive roentgen-ray treatment, and a subsequent folliculitis of the right cheek had also yielded to roentgen-ray treatment. There were several erythematous scaling patches on the face and signs of an old focus of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Fibromatosis. Presented by Dr. Schiller and Dr. Schlegelmilch.
B. R., a Polish Jew, aged 28, a hat maker, had first noticed a nodule on the right arm one and a half years before presentation; the nodule had persisted. There were three other nodules, varying from the size of a cherry to that of a plum, on the right forearm, four on the left arm, three on the anterior surface of the left
Parkhurst HJ, Bartholomew HS. DETROIT DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1928;18(5):780–782. doi:10.1001/archderm.1928.02380170136016
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