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A Case for Diagnosis (Generalized Erythema in a 5 Month Old Infant). Presented by Dr. D. V. Omens and (by invitation) Dr. Harold D. Omens and Dr. S. Barsky.
Dr. Carl W. Laymon, Minneapolis: There are several features about this case which suggest a diagnosis of ichthyosiform erythroderma: the fact that the eruption was present at birth, the presence of erythema, the generalized exfoliation, the bullae and the fact that the flexor surfaces were maximally involved. These are all features which are not found in ordinary ichthyosis vulgaris. The latter disorder is never present during the first few days of life.
Adenoma Sebaceum (Pringle's Disease) in a 4 Year Old White Boy, with Convulsions. Presented by Dr. D. V. Omens and (by invitation) Dr. Harold D. Omens and Dr. D. Musgrave.
Tuberous Sclerosis Associated with Adenoma Sebaceum (Pringle Type) in a 17 Year Old Girl. Presented (by invitation)
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