In 1932 Nomland1 presented a unique case under the same title as that of this paper. Since that time no similar cases have been reported in this country, although the French literature contains reports of at least 2 cases which appear to belong in the same category. The present report deals with a case which undoubtedly belongs in this group.
REPORT OF A CASE
W. A., a woman aged 24, single, a housemaid, in otherwise excellent health, consulted me on Jan. 2, 1936 because of three small ulcerative lesions which had been present on the face for the previous twelve years. She stated that multiple "moles" had been present on the trunk and face as long as she could remember. Her mother had told her that the first "mole" had appeared on the abdomen when the patient was 2 years of age. At the age of 12 years
NISBET TW. MULTIPLE BASAL CELL EPITHELIOMAS ORIGINATING FROM CONGENITAL PIGMENTED BASAL CELL NEVI. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1943;47(3):373–381. doi:10.1001/archderm.1943.01500210075004
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