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H. M., a girl aged 19, states that the present lesion on the back started to develop about eight years ago, coincidental with the onset of her menses. The condition first manifested itself with the occurrence of "boils," which would come to a head and drain. The areas of involvement seemed to become confluent by gradual extension of the process underneath the surface of the skin. There has been a gradual increase in the size of the lesion
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