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Parapsoriasis Lichenoides. Presented by Dr.Edward R. Maloney.
D. R., an Italian boy, aged 13, presents on the face, trunk, thighs and upper extremities macules and papules of rose or slightly reddish color of eight weeks' duration. Some of the papules were infiltrated and had a collarette about them. The eruption resembled that of secondary syphilis. There was no history of infection, and the Wassermann reaction was negative.
Acanthosis Nigricans. Presented by Dr.Hans J. Schwartz.
A. D., a woman aged 46, had been troubled with the condition shown at this presentation for two or three years. She presented typical lesions in the mouth, axillae and groins and on the feet. A biopsy was made on the lesion on the cheek in August, 1931, and was reported as showing benign epidermal papilloma. Histologic study of a piece of tissue from the left axilla showed papilloma associated with pigmentation of the
Maloney ER, MacKee GM. NEW YORK DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1933;27(3):528–538. doi:10.1001/archderm.1933.01450040534020
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