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July 1929

CLEVELAND DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1929;20(1):139-144. doi:10.1001/archderm.1929.01440010147024

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Abstract

Multiple Gummas. Presented by Dr. Cole and Dr. Driver.  C. P., a man, aged 45, had had an untreated penile sore twelve years previous to presentation; there was no history of a secondary eruption. Two years later an ulcerative process had appeared on the right shin; extending, it had persisted. Subsequently the left hip had been involved, and at the time of presentation the entire cutaneous surface was covered by a reniform area with a scarred center and ulcerating border. The Wassermann reaction of the blood and spinal fluid was strongly positive, and the patellar reflexes were exaggerated.

Congenital Syphilis: Arthritis and Interstitial Keratitis. Presented by Dr. Cole and Dr. Driver.  J. B., a girl, aged 5, presented bilateral interstitial keratitis, and also a fusiform swelling of the knees of one month's duration. There was little pain about the knees, or interference with function. The amount of the synovial fluid

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