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September 1956


AMA Arch Derm. 1956;74(3):327-329. doi:10.1001/archderm.1956.01550090101026

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Hypertrophic Lichen Planus. Presented by DR. ANTHONY N. DOMONKOS.

Cicatrizing Epithelioma of the Nose: Morphea? Presented by DR. ROYAL M. MONTGOMERY. Psoriasis? Presented by DR. CHARLES F. POST.

Anthony N. Domonkos, M.D., President C. Douglas Walsh, M.D., Secretary Nov. 17, 1955

Acrodermatitis Continue. Presented by Dr. Charles F. Post.

A 57-year-old white, married woman has been followed since June, 1954, for a chronic pustular dermatosis of the right third and the left first and fourth toes. Repeated scrapings and cultures have been negative for fungi. Bacterial culture reveals Staphylococcus taplylococcus albus that was sensitive to several antibiotics, all of which failed to give a good clinical response when used locally or systemically. These included Terramycin, Polysporin, Gantrisin, Ilotycin, and Neosporin. There was also no response to the local application of Vioform, Castellani's paint, Whitfield's ointment, and sulfur and salicylic acid ointment. From June, 1954, until February, 1955, there was

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