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A BARBER with a ``subepithelial inclusion cyst" in the interdigital web, caused by hairs acting as foreign bodies, was twice presented to the San Francisco. Dermatology Society in 1942. * Since then… (More)
Eighty-five cases of tinea capitis due to T. tonsurans were observed in the San Francisco Bay area during the five years 1950-54. This disease, unlike the common microsporum infections, sometimes… (More)
Mycotic infections of the adult male beard are not common in this country. Most of the reported cases are caused by one of the Trichophyta, usually Trichophyton mentagrophytes, but Microsporum… (More)
Nine patients had allergic contact dermatitis to elastic materials in brassieres and one had the same reaction to a girdle. Three had classical rubber dermatitis, but the remainder were sensitive to… (More)
Epidermolysis bullosa is properly classified as a rare disease of the skin. Sakaguchi 1 surveyed the literature in 1915 and found that only 190 cases had been reported since the first description of… (More)
ON OCCASION it is important to avoid irritation of the skin under spectacle nose pads. Epitheliomas and keratoses particularly arise in this area on the lateral upper nose. Following surgical or… (More)