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Lupus Erythematosus. Presented by Dr. Behn.
H. W., a man, aged 28, apparently in good general health, presented a sharply outlined erythematous patch on his left cheek the size of a coin, of three months' duration. The border of the patch was slightly infiltrated with an adherent scale, and the center was depressed. Immediately following a burn from a piece of hot steel, this lesion had appeared and gradually developed at the site of injury.
Lupus Erythematosus. Presented by Dr. Shaffer.
S. Y., a man, aged 41, a merchant, born in Russia, had an erythematous plaque on the lower lip of eight years' duration. It began on the left side of the lip and spread slowly, involving the mucous membrane, vermilion border and adjacent skin, and reaching a diameter of 2.54 cm. Five years before presentation, roentgen treatments had been used, as indicated by an area of atrophy, with lesions
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