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July 1953


AMA Arch Derm Syphilol. 1953;68(1):99-101. doi:10.1001/archderm.1953.01540070102017

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Sporotrichosis de Beurmann (Now Healed). Presented by Dr. H. N. Cole; Dr. J. R. Driver, and Dr. H. N. Cole Jr.

T. M., a 9-year-old boy, had an eruption on the right side of the neck and face of two weeks' duration. His home is in Green Springs, Ohio, next to a very large dense growth of timber, where there is a great deal of moisture and shade.

About May 1, 1952, an eruption, a little sore which became larger, developed, for which he was taken to his family physician, who gave him an ointment to use. The eruption began to get worse; it became swollen and began to ooze on the neck and on the side of the face. He was then given a boric acid wash and penicillin injections, under which treatment the eruption improved somewhat.

Later, at the time of the examination, there was a 1-by

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