Dyskeratosis congenita with pigmentation, dystrophia unguium, and leucokeratosis oris; review of the known cases reported to date and discussion of the disease from various aspects.

@article{Cole1955DyskeratosisCW,
  title={Dyskeratosis congenita with pigmentation, dystrophia unguium, and leucokeratosis oris; review of the known cases reported to date and discussion of the disease from various aspects.},
  author={Harold Newton Cole and John E. Rauschkolb and John A. Toomey},
  journal={A.M.A. archives of dermatology},
  year={1955},
  volume={71 4},
  pages={
          451-6
        }
}
In October, 1926, a unique case was presented before the Annual Meeting of the Cleveland Dermatological Society by Drs. Cole, Rauschkolb, and Toomey. 1 This 20-year-old man of Jewish extraction stated that as far back as he could remember he had had a peculiar condition of his nails and an unusual pigmentation around his neck. He complained that his hands and feet perspired very freely and he often had large blisters over his heels. His father, mother, and three sisters were living and well. At… CONTINUE READING