1931
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1931.01450010262009
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Circumscribed Myxedema of the Skin

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“…This became worse during the summer and gradually cleared up after the frost. In 1930In , 1931In and 1932 he suffered from a repetition of the same process. He stated, however, that at one time during the height of the eruption, when it was so bad that it necessi¬ tated the discontinuance of his work, the eruption temporarily cleared up only to relapse on the resumption of his occupation.…”
Section: New Yorkmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This became worse during the summer and gradually cleared up after the frost. In 1930In , 1931In and 1932 he suffered from a repetition of the same process. He stated, however, that at one time during the height of the eruption, when it was so bad that it necessi¬ tated the discontinuance of his work, the eruption temporarily cleared up only to relapse on the resumption of his occupation.…”
Section: New Yorkmentioning
confidence: 99%