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Favus of the Scalp. Presented by Dr. N. P. Anderson.
Recurrent Erythema Nodosum (?). Presented by Dr. M. E. Obermayer and Dr. E. T. Fox (by invitation).
Aphthous Stomatitis; Possible Periadenitis Mucosa Necrotica Recurrens (Sutton). Presented by Dr. Walter F. Schwartz, Pasadena, and Dr. Robert Bruce (by invitation).
The patient, a 31 year old American white man, was first seen by us on Jan. 5, 1948, complaining of recurrent superficial ulcers of the buccal mucosa and tongue. These ulcers have been present on and off since the patient was 10 years old, last for two to three weeks and then heal without scarring. The patient states he has never been free from lesions for over two weeks at a time. The ulcers have ranged in size from 4 to 6 mm. in diameter. Ulcers have never been present on the genitals or on the skin. At no time since Jan. 5,
Wolff MJ, Scholtz JR. LOS ANGELES DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1950;61(2):332–334. doi:10.1001/archderm.1950.01530090162020
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