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July 1935


Author Affiliations

Secretary Dec. 13, 1934; Chairman

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1935;32(1):137-146. doi:10.1001/archderm.1935.01470010140022

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Acnitis. Presented by Dr. Edward F. Corson.

This man, aged 29, had furunculosis at 12 years; moderate hemoptysis has occurred in the past three years. He had a gonorrheal infection three years ago, which was treated for seven months and followed by epididymitis on the right side. He states that he did not have a primary lesion. He has not indulged in the use of alcohol since the facial eruption began. One year ago small papulopustular lesions appeared on the face, and six weeks later the condition became manifest on the penis. The urinalysis and the blood count gave normal results.


Dr. E. D. Weidman: Over the shoulders, on the shaft of the penis and in a few other places there are some deep-seated, yellowish nodules over which the skin is freely movable. The lesions on the face are not of that character, and I do not know

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