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Roentgen Telangiectasia Treated with Carbon Dioxide Snow. Presented by Dr. H. S. Cambell.
This patient was presented before the society about two and a half years ago, after having been treated with light applications of carbon dioxide snow for fairly diffuse telangiectasia of the chest following an overdose of roentgen rays. I thought that it would be worth while to present the patient again after this lapse of time.
Dr. Stanley O. Chambers: The result is excellent.Dr. Kendall Frost: All dermatologists know the danger of this type of treatment. In any case in which fibrosis is present I believe that it is contraindicated.Dr. Samuel Ayres Jr.: I also think that the result is excellent, but I call attention to the danger of freezing irradiated areas.
Fordyce's Disease with Cheilitis Glandularis. Presented by Dr. I. R. Brancroft.
This patient, a physician, has Fordyce's disease of the mucous membranes,
Anderson NP, Chambers SO. LOS ANGELES DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1934;30(1):154–156. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archderm.1934.01460130162021
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