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Nodular Eruption. Presented by Dr. Joseph Grindon.
A mulatto woman, married, aged 43, in good health generally, stated that the lesions appeared in August, 1929. At the back of the neck there was a small group of nodules and a larger group, clearer toward the center, on the left shoulder. On the forehead were four depressed purplish lesions with a mirror-like reflection. One of these was near the left temple and showed some infiltration, perhaps a stage intermediate between those of the nodular and the depressed lesions. The Wassermann reaction of the blood was negative.
Dr. R. S. Weiss: Without a complete study of the case I should be inclined to make a tentative diagnosis of sarcoid.Dr. Joseph Grindon: I do not believe that granuloma annulare and erythema elevatum diutinum are the same thing. I have never found erythema elevatum diutinum in an adult; it is seen in
Engman MF, Weiss RS. ST. LOUIS DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1930;22(5):906–921. doi:10.1001/archderm.1930.01440170132014
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