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Mrs. V. H., aged 31, was a ward maid on the tuberculosis wards at the Ancker Hospital from 1936 to 1943. In 1943 she noticed a pea-sized nodule on the lateral surface of the lower third of the left arm. This enlarged progressively until it was the size of an olive. A similar pea-sized lesion appeared on the left malar eminence in 1946. The lesions are painless, dark red and slightly elevated. The reactions to Mantoux tests were repeatedly 4 plus. The roentgenograms of the chest and long bones were normal. The sedimentation rate
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