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Naevus Vascularis Papillomatosus (?). Presented by Dr. H. J. F. Wallhauser.
A boy, aged 15, presents pinhead-sized, elevated and flat bluish-black lesions arranged in groups involving the right foot, the knee, the left arm, the right buttock, the right hand, the glans penis and the buccal mucosa.The patient says that the lesions have been present ever since he can remember and that new lesions are gradually developing, beginning as pinpoint, red, flat lesions and gradually becoming elevated. The lesions bleed easily and profusely when traumatized. He says that none of the lesions has ever disappeared spontaneously.
Dr. Howard Fox: The patient presents numerous pinhead-sized angiomas, some of which are covered with scales. I think that the condition is angiokeratoma. It is not an ordinary vascular nevus with papillary or verrucous elevations.
Pityriasis Lichenoides and Varioliformis Acutis Presented by Dr. Isadore Rosen.
A school girl, aged 16, born in the
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