Dr. John W. Rippon

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Data are presented on 39270 cultures taken over a 44 year span (1944–1988) at the University of Chicago's Dermatology Clinic. In the mid 1940's Microsporum audouinii accounted for 60–80% of isolates. It gradually decreased over the next two decades and disappeared altogether in the 1970's. Trichophyton rubrum, rare in the 1940's accounted for over 60% of(More)
A patient presented with pain in the right lower back, radiating down the right leg. Initial pelvic X-rays did not reveal any lesion. A follow up computerized tomography (CT) scan and technitium scan showed a sharply lytic lesion of the right ilium extending to the right sacroiliac joint. Open biopsy revealed a granulomatous inflammation with many budding(More)
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