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Herpetic Stomatitis and Vaginitis (Pemphigus?). Presented by Dr. John F. Wilson.
Scleroderma with Calcinosis. Presented by Dr. Carmen C. Thomas and (by invitation) Dr. David Kremer.
Blastomycosis with Pulmonary Involvement. Presented by Dr. Carmen C. Thomas and (by invitation) Dr. G. H. Wells.
Cutaneous Diphtheria. Presented by Dr. Clarence S. Livingood and (by invitation) Dr. Harvey Blank.
C. L., a white man aged 25 years, presents healed, round scars on both legs, approximately 1 inch (2 cm.) in diameter, with brownish, pigmented, atrophic centers. On July 10, 1944, five weeks after the patient's arrival in Burma, ulcers appeared on both legs. On August 3 he was admitted to the 69th General Hospital, Assam, India, with multiple, punched-out ulcers with a tough black eschar and a rolled bluish red border. On October 1 numbness and weakness of the fingers, toes, hands and feet appeared. By October 31 the skin had
Schildkraut JM, Decker DA. PHILADELPHIA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1949;60(5_PART_I):818–834. doi:10.1001/archderm.1949.01530050180020
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