1924
DOI: 10.1177/003591572401700341 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: under observation were recently shown at the Section, when a variety of opinions were expressed as to their nature. The fourth case is shown to-day. Histologically no very striking appearances are seen, the general architecture conforming to what might be expected from the clinical appearances, viz., parakeratosis, cedema of the papillary layer, and marked perivascular collections of round cells.Dr. Barber's case, shown to me bv him some few days ago, would seem also to belong to this eruptive group. It might … Show more

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