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Presentation of all cases at this meeting was made by Dr. Udo J. Wile, Ann Arbor, Mich., with the exception of those by Dr. H. L. Keim, Detroit, and Dr. Wile; Dr. A. E. Schiller, Detroit, and Dr. Wile; Dr. H. J. Parkhurst, Toledo, Ohio; Dr. Loren W. Shaffer, Detroit, and Dr. C. A. Doty, Detroit.
Primary Tuberculosis of the Skin.
R. D., a white man aged 44, first noticed a red, nonpainful, nonfluctuant papule beneath the left eye three months ago. There was no preceding injury. Four weeks later there developed at the angle of the left jaw a painless swelling, which rapidly increased in size. The patient has been a bartender for eleven months, and the man with whom he works is said to have a tuberculous lesion of the throat. The patient has done no hunting and has not come in contact with rabbits. There has been
Rattner H. CHICAGO AND DETROIT DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETIES. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1940;42(4):705–726. doi:10.1001/archderm.1940.01490160165024
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