1934
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1934.01460090067008
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Tuberculosis of the Skin

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“…Reported localizations of the tuberculous focus have included lymph glands, as in this case (Smith et al, 1976), lung, bone (Hudson, 1976) and urogenital tract, although it may be possible to identify a deep focus in only a third of cases (Morrison & Fouric, 1974). A phlyctenular conjunctivitis may also coexist (Rauschkolb, 1934), but was not present in our case.…”
Section: Commentcontrasting
confidence: 56%
“…Reported localizations of the tuberculous focus have included lymph glands, as in this case (Smith et al, 1976), lung, bone (Hudson, 1976) and urogenital tract, although it may be possible to identify a deep focus in only a third of cases (Morrison & Fouric, 1974). A phlyctenular conjunctivitis may also coexist (Rauschkolb, 1934), but was not present in our case.…”
Section: Commentcontrasting
confidence: 56%
“…Despite the widely quoted fact based on the observations of workers in the previous century that LS is common in children and young adults, and, despite LS being a familiar and well-known entity, it remains an uncommon manifestation of tuberculosis [2]. In his study of 68 cases of cutaneous tuberculosis in 1934, Rauschkolb described 34 cases of tuberculids [9]. Of these, only 11 represented LS.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…This applies to the clinical history and appearances, to the histology and also to the inconsistent Kveim and tuberculin reactions. With particular regard to the clinical manifestations of the disease, it is of note that lung involvement is usually absent in lichen scrofulosorum (Hebra 1868) and lichenoid tuberculid (Ockuly & Montgomery 1950) but that ocular involvement has been present in a number of cases (Rauschkolb 1934, Smith et al 1976. Yolk (1931) suggested that women were more commonly affected in the old age group.…”
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confidence: 99%