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December 1948

DETROIT DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Derm Syphilol. 1948;58(6):743-750. doi:10.1001/archderm.1948.01520250087012

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Abstract

All cases were presented by Dr. Udo J. Wile and Dr. Arthur C. Curtis.

A Case for Diagnosis (Poikiloderma?) in a Boy Aged 15 Years. 

Xanthoma Tuberosum Multiplex in a Boy Aged 28 Months (One of Triplets, the Only One with the Disease). 

Disseminated Sporotrichosis.  R. F., a white man, aged 70, first noted an erythematous papule on the lower part of the back which became fluctuant and discharged purulent material about the middle of September 1946. Two more similar lesions developed within a few days—one on the right thigh and another on the right temporal region. He was given sixty-six injections of penicillin, during the course of which a widely disseminated eruption developed, consisting of red, slightly tender, furuncle-like lesions which discharged seropurulent material and cleared after a few days, only to be succeeded by new similar lesions.The patient had no knowledge of an injury at the site

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