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GranulomaAnnulare. Presented by Dr. J. Skeer.
H. F., a boy, aged 13, born in the United States, presented himself at the clinic of the United Israel Zion Hospital complaining of a lesion over the dorsum of the metacarpal phalangeal joint of the right thumb. He stated that the lesion began about one year previously, following trauma.
Examination showed a circular lesion the size of a dime, the margin of which was well defined and consisted of yellowish, firm nodules the size of a split pea. The center was depressed and slightly scaly. There were no subjective symptoms.
GranulomaAnnulare (Recurrence). Presented by Dr. B. B. Berkowitz.
P. S., 4 years of age, was presented before this society on Sept. 11, 1930; the condition was the same as in Dr. Skeer's case but more marked. At presentation he exhibited erythematous, circularly grouped papules the size of a pea, some of
Persky AM, Berkowitz BB. BROOKLYN DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1932;25(4):761–764. doi:10.1001/archderm.1932.01450020783015
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