Two cases of calcium deposition in the skin which developed following prolonged contact with electroencephalogram electrode paste are reported. An account is given of the experimental production of the lesion. Previous reports of traumatic calcium deposition in skin are reviewed. The means by which such calcification may occur are discussed.
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