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Favus of the Scalp in Two Generations. Presented by Dr. J. W. Wilson and Dr. E. M. Fainer (by invitation).
Lichen Planus with Involvement of Scalp. Presented by Dr. Louis H. Winer.
Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris Associated with Generalized Lichen Planus, Involving Mucosa of the Mouth, Vermilion Border of Lips and Occipital Part of the Scalp. Presented by Dr. Louis H. Winer.
Granulosis Rubra Nasi (Jadassohn)? Presented by Dr. Nelson Paul Anderson.
A Case for Diagnosis (Generalized Hematogenous Hemorrhagic Nodules? Atypical Hemorrhagic Sarcoma of Kaposi?). Presented by Dr. M. E. Obermayer and Dr. M. Berke.
The patient, an automobile mechanic aged 47, born in Portugal, entered Birmingham Veterans Administration Hospital in December 1947. He gave the following history: In October 1946, reddish "spots" began to appear in crops on his right leg. They were tender and soon became covered with crusts in the center. Some of them healed quickly, while
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