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Epithelioma of the Penis. Presented by Dr. S. E. Sweitzer, Minneapolis.
F. H., aged 72, has a lesion on the penis which has been increasing in size for the last four years. There has been a foul discharge for the last few months. The lesion has not been painful at any time. It has always bled easily. Twenty years ago he had a chancre and received antisyphilitic treatment for three years. He has lost 20 pounds (9 Kg.) in the last two years.Examination shows a stony hard, necrotic, infected, cauliflower-like lesion involving the glans. Induration extends halfway up the shaft. The inguinal glands are not enlarged. Serologic studies for syphilis gave negative results.
Treated Squamous Cell Epithelioma of the Hand. Presented by Dr. S. E. Sweitzer, Minneapolis.
O. F., a carpenter aged 72, was first seen in July 1939, complaining of a lesion on the back of his left
Laymon CW, Lynch FW. MINNESOTA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1941;43(1):212–216. doi:10.1001/archderm.1941.01490190215021
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