NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SECTION MEDICINE, OF PEDIATRICS Nov. 1929 Regular Meeting, 14, F. ELMER JOHNSON, Presiding M.D., Epidermolysis Bullosa. Reid Dr. Howard Craig. O. a 26 F., boy, aged months, whose and father, aged 40, mother, aged 24, are was as brother, aged 4, living and presented a case of well, having epidermolysis bullosa. There no of was familial disease. There was no other case of history this condition in the or in its collateral branches. The tests family, serologic of the family for were syphilis negative. This was born on at patient full term. The labor was Sept. 28, 1927, normal, and the birth was 7 2 weight ounces The child to pounds, (3,231 Gm.). appeared be normal. Three after there bullae which had days birth, appeared large multiple to successively disappeared and the time of The reappeared up presentation. child's skin was never clear of lesions. These bullae had entirely after appeared trauma to the skin, became and Then became and large opened. they encrusted disappeared, sometimes denuded areas and sometimes leaving large mild leaving transient and pigmentation. of an During periods varying length, the was patient inmate of various this entire hospitals. During period he
American journal of diseases of children – American Medical Association
Published: Apr 1, 1930
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