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A Case for Diagnosis (Naevus Telangiectodes?). Presented by Dr. A. C. Cipollaro.
L. N., a woman aged 27, born in the United States, states that she has had lesions on her face for about two years, for which she has received no special treatment. She has had some ultraviolet irradiation but has never had any roentgen ray therapy. The skin appeared to be dry, and there was some follicular plugging in erythematous areas situated on both cheeks and forehead. On close inspection these erythematous areas seemed to be made up of closely grouped telangiectases. The most pronounced feature of the condition at present is the appearance of these telangiectases, which seem to improve and get worse without any apparent cause. She was treated with white lotion N. F., other astringent lotions and also mercurial preparations. She has received detailed instructions regarding the care of the scalp. Under topical remedies the
Graham TN, McLaughlin RRM. METROPOLITAN DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1941;44(1):118–123. doi:10.1001/archderm.1941.01500010121023
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