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March 1936


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Secretary Regular Monthly Meeting, May 7, 1935; Chairman

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1936;33(3):586-587. doi:10.1001/archderm.1936.01470090176022

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Lymphangioma of the Lower Lip. Presented by Dr. Nelson Paul Anderson.

J. V., a Mexican laborer aged 25, says that soreness and swelling of the lower lip have been present for the past two years. In the center of the lower lip there is a hazelnut-sized swelling, which is somewhat cystic and is easily compressed between two fingers. No infiltration is present. A Wassermann test made on April 4, 1935 was negative.


Dr. Moses Scholtz: It seems to me that the interpreter obtained a statement from this patient indicating that the disorder at times shows improvement and at other times is worse. This is somewhat opposed to the diagnosis of lymphangioma. I should consider a possibility of glandular cheilitis.

Tuberculous Ulcer of the Mouth. Presented by Dr. Kendal Frost.

L. B. D., an American man aged 41, has had pulmonary tuberculosis for four years. The present illness is of

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