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November 1928

NEW YORK DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1928;18(5):792-801. doi:10.1001/archderm.1928.02380170148018

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Abstract

Leukoplakia. Presented by Dr. Fox.  W. S., a full blooded negro, aged 45, born in the United States, presented an eruption of the mouth, first noticed two years before presentation. The eruption consisted of grayish white patches of limited extent and moderate infiltration on the central part of the anterior half of the dorsum of the tongue and both commissures. He complained of soreness after eating, drinking and smoking. There was a history of a genital sore twenty-five years before presentation; the Wassermann reaction was strongly positive. The patient had been an inveterate smoker of cigars, cigarets and pipes during his adult life. The teeth were in good condition and he had suffered from indigestion for years.

Paget's Disease of the Nipple. Presented by Dr. Fox.  F. M. W., a woman, aged 68, had suffered from an eruption of the left nipple for the past six years. The lesion of the nipple was smaller than the size of a dime until last summer, when it spread peripherally to form a round area about

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