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July 1964

CLEVELAND DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Arch Dermatol. 1964;90(1):104-107. doi:10.1001/archderm.1964.01600010110027

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Abstract

Basal Cell Nevi With Bone Anomalies and Dystopia Canthorum. Presented by Dr. George W. Binkley. 

History.—  A Caucasian, aged 23, with rufous skin, believes the onset of the tumors of his skin was at age 12. Some of these were removed five years ago by a Florida physician. He lives in Florida five months each winter. The mother, aged 60, and a brother, 25, have no cutaneous problems. The father, aged 64, had no basal cell tumors of the face when he was seen in my office on one visit.An upper left third molar was removed by his dentist in August, 1963.

Physical Examination.—  The patient is 6 feet 5½ inches in height, weighs 196 lb (88.9 kg), and has a blood pressure of 120/80 mm of Hg. Examination of the skin reveals many 2 mm to 12 mm flat, pearly, pale tumors of the skin of the entire face, above

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