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Infection of the Scalp of an Adult Due to Microsporum Audouini Apparently Present Since Childhood. Presented by Dr. M. Lerner.
Tuberculosis Indurativa (Bazin). Presented by Dr. Seymour H. Silvers.
Lichen Planus (Hypertrophic); Mycotic Paronychia of Fingers (?). Presented by Dr. I. N. Holtzman.
Erythema Multiforme Bullosum. Presented by Dr. C. B. Locasto.
Moniliasis. Presented by Dr. C. T. Chiaramonte.
F. H., a white woman aged 60, was admitted to the Kings County Hospital on Aug. 24, 1947, because of a vesiculobullous eruption of seven months' duration involving the face, arms, abdomen, pubis and feet. Prior to admission she had applied many ointments and had received roentgen therapy to the lesions. There had been a loss of weight of 20 pounds (9 Kg.) during the previous seven months. On admission the patient showed red-crusted, vesicular lesions in circinate arrangement on the extremities, the back of the neck, the thighs and the
Walzer A, Silvers SH. BROOKLYN DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1950;61(1):137–140. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archderm.1950.01530080143024
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