1939
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1939.01490020076009
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The Hormones and Acne Vulgaris

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“…Williams and Nbmland (1937) treated nineteen patients with acne with injections of sterile water three times a week for eight to eleven weeks; of these nine improved, six improved moderately, and four improved slightly or not at all. Molitch (1938) injected ten cases of acne vulgaris with bland oil three times a week, obtaining improvement in six; and Cornbleet and Barnes (1939) …”
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“…Williams and Nbmland (1937) treated nineteen patients with acne with injections of sterile water three times a week for eight to eleven weeks; of these nine improved, six improved moderately, and four improved slightly or not at all. Molitch (1938) injected ten cases of acne vulgaris with bland oil three times a week, obtaining improvement in six; and Cornbleet and Barnes (1939) …”
Section: Correspondence Bialonshmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Williams and Nbmland (1937) treated nineteen patients with acne with injections of sterile water three times a week for eight to eleven weeks; of these nine improved, six improved moderately, and four improved slightly or not at all. Molitch (1938) injected ten cases of acne vulgaris with bland oil three times a week, obtaining improvement in six; and Cornbleet and Barnes (1939) Marital Tuberculosis Infection SIR,-I feel that the letter of Dr. V. S. Hodson (January 17, p. 89) should not pass without comment. I will not enter into a general discussion on.…”
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confidence: 99%