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October 1930


Arch Derm Syphilol. 1930;22(4):767-770. doi:10.1001/archderm.1930.01440160165023

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A Case for Diagnosis. Presented by Dr. H. N. Cole and Dr. J. R. Driver.  J. M., a man, aged 52, had been admitted to the hospital in November, 1929, with dermatitis venenata of two months' duration, apparently caused from sulphur ointment. The condition had failed to respond to treatment until an interdigital dermatophytosis had been cleared up. For nearly four weeks before presentation, repeated crops of grouped, tense bullae had been appearing, surrounded by a narrow, hyperemic zone, and preceded by intense pruritus. The thighs and midtrunk were especially involved. A solution of potassium arsenite had been administered. The histologic picture was that of a chronic inflammatory reaction.

Pemphigus. Presented by Dr. H. N. Cole and Dr. J. R. Driver.  J. W., a man, aged 42, had been presented at several of the previous meetings of the society as having a case of pemphigus. The condition was of twelve

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