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FAMILIAL STUDY OF THREE UNUSUAL CASES OF CONGENITAL ICHTHYOSIFORM ERYTHRODERMA
During the past three years, I have had under observation three cases of postnatal exfoliation which presented at the outset and during their subsequent development so much variance with any knownExpand
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THE MORPHOLOGY OF SPIROCHAETA PALLIDA IN THE ELECTRON MICROSCOPE
The demonstration of Spirochaeta pallida in the electron microscope can be accomplished only after the organisms have been completely immobilized, centrifugated and subjected to repeated washing.Expand
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GENERALIZED HERPES ZOSTER ASSOCIATED WITH LEUKEMIA
The occurrence of generalized herpes zoster in association with leukemia was first reported by Fischl in 1914. A review of the literature has disclosed 32 cases of this syndrome. The followingExpand
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STUDIES OF SEX HORMONES IN ACNE: II. URINARY EXCRETION OF ANDROGENIC AND ESTROGENIC SUBSTANCES
We presented previously the results of our investigations on the output of estrogen in the urine of a group of normal women, as compared with that of a group of women of the same age with acne. FromExpand
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THE ETIOLOGY OF COMMON WARTS: PRELIMINARY REPORT OF AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
That certain micro-organisms can, by direct implantation, give rise to disorders of keratinization, notably localized hyperkeratosis, is an accepted fact clinically and bacteriologically. Thus, theExpand
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LIPOID PROTEINOSIS: REPORT OF A CASE
Siebenmann 1 in 1908 described a rare clinical syndrome characterized by peculiar yellowish white plaques in the oral mucous membrane and associated with hypertrophic lesions of the skin. HisExpand
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CLINICAL MUTATIONS IN LYMPHOBLASTOMAS
For years a group of diseases, now generally classed as lymphoblastomas, have been studied and interpreted as separate and distinct entities. This group comprises chiefly mycosis fungoides, Hodgkin'sExpand
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THE MORPHOLOGY OF TREPONEMA PALLIDUM IN THE ELECTRON MICROSCOPE: DEMONSTRATION OF FLAGELLA
In a recent issue ofThe Journalwe published a short note on the appearance of Treponema pallidum when seen under the electron microscope.1All the preparations were specimens recovered directly fromExpand
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THE INVOLUTION OF CUTANEOUS XANTHOMATA CAUSED BY DIETS LOW IN CALORIES.
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