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LupusVulgaris. Presented by Dr. A. H. Conrad.
H. W., a white woman, aged 57, admitted to the Washington University Dispensary, had an eruption on the face and neck which has been present over a period of forty-eight years. She was treated with x-rays about six years ago and had injections of tuberculin about five years ago; she was also treated with the Kromayer lamp.
She had an erythematous patch on the entire right side of the face and neck running under the chin to the angle of the jaw on the left side of the neck. The right side of the face was involved up to the eye; the lesion extended upward to the temple, involving the lower part of the ear; it extended downward to the clavicle. There are a few apple jelly-like nodules on the border at the right side of the neck. The entire lesion was
Engman MF, Weiss RS. ST. LOUIS DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1931;24(4):688–690. doi:10.1001/archderm.1931.01450010698018
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