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Lichen Ruber Planus; Lichen Planus Hypertrophicus of the Leg. Presented by Dr. Donald M. Pillsbury and (by invitation) Dr. Ira L. Schamberg.
Atopic Dermatitis? Presented by Dr. W. N. New, United States Naval Hospital (by invitation).
Exfoliative Dermatitis of Leiner. Presented by Dr. Fred D. Weidman and Dr. Louis Goldstein.
R. I., a white boy aged 1 year and of good general appearance, presents a seborrheic disease of the scalp. Elsewhere there are expansive bilateral and symmetric plaques of scaly erythroderma. The margins are sharp. There is no evidence of exudation. The scales exfoliate in sheets in some places, as on the soles. At birth the patient was apparently normal. At the age of 3 weeks a papulopustular eruption began on the abdomen, coalesced and spread. There was a purulent discharge from the conjunctivas and nares. In a few weeks the child became emaciated and there were only a few