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Abstract Since 1884, when Balzer first described pseudoxanthoma elasticum, periodic reports have appeared in the literature. In 1889 Chauffard studied such a case which he called "xanthelasma disseminatum et symmetricum." This case was further studied some seven years later by Darier, who made...
Abstract Eczema herpeticum was first described in classical fashion by Kaposi1 in 1887. It is characterized by poorly grouped, umbilicated, vesicular lesions containing clear serum, which occur initially on the eczematous skin. The onset is very acute, accompanied by high fever and malaise, and...
Abstract Blister or vesicle formation in human skin has no doubt been a recognized entity since man began, or at least since his first contact with fire. In view of this fact and the fact that there are more than 30 quite distinct dermatoses associated with blister formation, it is strange that...
Abstract With modern-day air travel eliminating distance and time barriers, it becomes increasingly important for those of us in the temperate zones to become aware of and acquainted with the commoner tropical diseases. The following case report of a patient with tinea nigra palmaris illustrates...
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