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February 1956

NEW YORK DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

AMA Arch Derm. 1956;73(2):184-188. doi:10.1001/archderm.1956.01550020084016

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Abstract

Nevoxanthoendothelioma. Presented by Dr. Wilbert Sachs.

G. H., a boy aged 3½ years, was first seen at the Passaic General Hospital on June 17, 1953. The child was born with yellow lesions on the shoulder. There is no family history of such an eruption.

There was one large, yellow lesion about 1 cm. in diameter and raised about 0.5 cm. There were several yellowish-to-orange-colored papules. The lesions were not treated, and at present, a year and a half later, they have entirely disappeared with few or no sequelae.

Persistent Erythema of Palms and Soles (Hereditary) in Four Generations. Presented by Dr. Wilbert Sachs.

K. H., a man aged 37, came to the Passaic General Hospital for persistent redness of the palms and soles. His two daughters, S. H., aged 8 years and K. H., aged 1½ years, have a similar condition. The patient states that his father and grandfather had

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