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December 1933


Arch Derm Syphilol. 1933;28(6):904-912. doi:10.1001/archderm.1933.01460060141021

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Fungus Infection with Involvement of the Bone. Presented by Dr. H. Sutherland Campbell.  Mr. H. F., aged 26, complained of multiple ulcerated lesions of the head and legs. The lesions on the legs have been present for fourteen years, while that on the scalp has existed for five years. No history of injury was obtained, nor were there any subjective symptoms. Some of the lesions on the legs have healed, but that on the scalp has never completely healed, there being periods of alternate healing and breaking down.

SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS 905  On the left temple is a small ulceration which at times manifests itself by proliferating granulomatous tissue; at other times it is covered with a crust. There is a constant tendency toward healing, only to be followed by a tense, painful swelling, which rapidly breaks down and discharges seropurulent material. There are massive scars over the spine, both ankles

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