During the six years that have elapsed since the appearance of Senear and Usher's article, considerable controversy has developed as to the proper classification of the syndrome which they believed to be an unusual form of pemphigus. For this reason it was thought desirable to report a case that has been under observation for over five years and that apparently belongs to this group.
REPORT OF CASE
History.—Miss De A., aged 34, was first seen in the dermatologic clinic of the University of California Medical School in August, 1926. She complained of a chronic eruption of the face which had been present for about three years and of an acute generalized eruption which had first appeared three weeks previously. The chronic eruption on the face had developed slowly and spread gradually. It had been treated by curettage, ultraviolet rays from the mercury vapor arc in quartz and roentgen irradiation,
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