A resubmission of the subject, "Photography in Dermatology," admirably dealt with by Howard Fox1 in 1921, might seem repetitious were it not for the advances in photographic technic since that time. It is a compliment to Dr. Fox that the advances suggested in this article are not extraordinary, and that in essence we have little to add to his thesis. We may therefore be forgiven for at times quoting him quite literally. He has covered most of the details, and the interested physician is urged to take note of his article. The passage of twelve years seems sufficient justification for bringing the subject up to date. Dr. Fox's article provides a background; and it is felt that this article from the home of photography offers a new departure. We shall review Dr. Fox's dissertation briefly, and shall present our simplified technic, which involves the use of the new photoflash
DAVENPORT KM, FUCHS AW. PHOTOGRAPHY IN DERMATOLOGY: A NEW METHOD. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1934;29(1):92–103. doi:10.1001/archderm.1934.01460070095008
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