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January 1929

NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, SECTION ON DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILIS

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1929;19(1):125-130. doi:10.1001/archderm.1929.02380190128011

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Abstract

Anal Chancre. Presented by Dr. Parounagian.  P. K., a man, a Greek, aged 31, was seen at the Bellevue Clinic for the first time on the day of presentation. He gave a history of penile chancre three years previously, for which he had been treated with twelve injections of arsphenamine. There had not been any further manifestations of the disease until two months before presentation, when a generalized roseola occurred. A hard, elevated, round lesion, the size of a dime, was detected near the anal orifice. The patient admitted sodomy three or four months previously. The glands below Poupart's ligament were markedly swollen, and there was an unusually pronounced general adenopathy. The patient indulged freely in alcohol and complained of severe headaches. The case was presented as one of possible reinfection with syphilis.

Leukoderma Syphiliticum. Presented by Dr. Parounagian.  W. W., a colored man, aged 33, was admitted to the

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