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September 1947

LOS ANGELES DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1947;56(3):397-405. doi:10.1001/archderm.1947.01520090119015

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Abstract

Adenoma Sebaceum, Pringle Type. Presented by Dr. H. C. L. Lindsay  .

Erythema Induratum and Sarcoidosis (with Erythema-Annulare-Like Lesions). Presented by Dr. Molleurus Couperus.  B. M., a white woman aged 59, born in the United States, had been in fairly good health until three years ago when a gangrenous appendix was removed. At the time it was noted that the spleen was palpable 2 fingerbreadths below the costal margin. While the patient was in the hospital there developed abscesses in the eye, which resulted in glaucoma and subsequent lossof sight in both eyes. On both legs scaling plaques developed, which after many months disappeared, leaving no trace. Four months ago the present eruption developed, accompanied with a mild burning sensation.On the back and front of both legs there are annular and oval lesions, some 10 cm. long and 5 cm. wide, consisting of a fine erythematous, 3 to 4 mm.

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