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R. S. J., a white soldier aged 25, well developed and nourished and not acutely ill, presents in the center of the hard palate an erythematous, depressed scarring process covered by a whitish, adherent membrane. At present there is no edema, but periodically there has been pronounced surrounding edema, with tenderness. There are two other white, inconspicuous similar scars near the gum margin. On the left cheek there is a well defined, slightly elevated, purplish, nonulcerated patch of papules, 2 cm. in diameter. There is no atrophy or scarring, but there is moderate infiltration. A similar lesion measuring approximately
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