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Xanthoma Juvenile (Nevoxanthoendothelioma, Solitary Lesion on the Forehead). Presented by Dr. David Bloom.
A Case for Diagnosis (Tuberculosis Cutis? Syphilis? Acute Rosacea?). Presented by Dr. Fred Wise.
L.M.C., a single woman aged 51, a patient of Dr. Maurice Husik, presents lesions on the nose of more than six weeks' duration. She had chickenpox as a child. In 1936 an operation on the gallbladder, an appendectomy and a right inguinal herniotomy were performed. The patient has otherwise been in good health. She denies having had any venereal infection.The eruption began with a lesion resembling herpes simplex on the left side of the upper lip. This lesion healed, and a similar one appeared above it. About three weeks prior to presentation, a "little rash" appeared on the alae nasi simultaneously, and then the lower half of the nose gradually became involved.The patient presents edema of the lower two thirds of
Bloom D, Sachs W. MANHATTAN DERMATOLOGIC SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1949;59(3):357–360. doi:10.1001/archderm.1949.01520280109017
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