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August 1930

CHICAGO DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1930;22(2):333-347. doi:10.1001/archderm.1930.01440140135015

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Abstract

Lichen Planus Linearis. Presented by Dr. O. S. Ormsby.  A woman, aged 35, presented a disorder of five weeks' duration. The lesions extended in a band from the mid-dorsal line to the dorsum of the left hand on the thumb side. In some portions of the band there were three distinct lines and in others two. The distribution was that of a lichenoid nevus unius lateralis.The patient was shown to emphasize the similarity of distribution in the two disorders. The lesions were the usual flat-topped papules, and were accompanied by itching and burning sensations.

A Case for Diagnosis (NevoxanthomaEndothelioma?). Presented by Dr. F. E. Senear.  A boy, aged 5½ years, showed a number of lesions on the trunk and extremities. The first of these appeared on the thigh when he was 3 years of age, and since that time new lesions had appeared at irregular intervals.The lesions

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