THE JOURNAL OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES
VOL. XXVII APRIL, 1909 NO. 4
For Diagnosis. Presented by Dr. Daisy Orleman Robinson.
The patient is a female aged 22 years, married three years, no children. No history of any cutaneous disease or of tuberculosis in patient or in any member of her family. The history of present eruptions is the site of the present large lesion. This she squeezed sufficiently to injure the part, and on the subsequent day observed a pimple at said site which became inflamed, and a “mother plaster” was applied.