Subcutaneous nodules of Still's disease.


The observations of Collins (1937) and of Bennett, Zeller, and Bauer (1940) established clearly the pathological differentiation of the ordinary subcutaneous nodules in rheumatic fever and in rheumatoid arthritis. In brief, the rheumatic fever nodule is characterized by much fibrinoid material arranged in a lattice with apparently clear spaces between the… (More)


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