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Ulcerative Sarcoid. A Distinctive Form of Cutaneous Tuberculosis in Negroes. Presented by Dr. J. V. Klauder and Dr. F. D. Weidman.
This Negress, aged 19, was presented in March 1934 as exhibiting sarcoid of Boeck of two years' duration. The picture has changed and at present conforms to the type of cutaneous tuberculosis originally reported on as "Multiple Sarcoid-like Granulomas of the Skin of Undetermined Nature" (Klauder, J. V.: Arch. Dermat. & Syph.12:17 [Aug.] 1925. Klauder, J. V., and Weidman, F. D.: ibid. 13:675 [May] 1926).There are scattered flat, crusted lesions on the scalp without loss or thinning of the hair, and the face shows a small number of papules. On the trunk and extremities are firm papules, nodules and scaly plaques, more on the posterior than on the anterior surface of the trunk and more on the extensor than on the flexor surfaces of the
Garner VC, Gilman RL. PHILADELPHIA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1935;31(3):421–429. doi:10.1001/archderm.1935.01460210132015
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