THE CHRONIC SCALY ERYTHRODERMIAS

WILLIAM B. TRIMBLE
1909 Journal of the American Medical Association  
was dense and there was no violaceous border, but a marked deposit of black pigment. There was no ulcération, and there had been none. Histologically, it was a basal-celled carci¬ noma, and the diagnosis was made by the surgeon who sent the patient to me. I have seen several similar cases in the past. Dr. Schamberg brought up the question of the possible development of the epithelioma in a morphea lesion from the use of the ¡ -ray. In my case the patient had never been ex¬ posed to the »-rays
more » ... sed to the »-rays before I saw him. Under the use of the
doi:10.1001/jama.1909.92550040008002e fatcat:t2757n2ohfa7vbigs73btytysu