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Title of Journal: Arch Derm Syphilol

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Abbravation: Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology

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American Medical Association

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10.1002/chin.201513230

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0096-6029

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PHILADELPHIA PEDIATRIC SOCIETY AND PHILADELPHIA DERMATOLOGICAL SOCIETY

Authors: Robert L. Gilman, Jacques P. Guequierre,

Publish Date: 1934/09/01
Volume: 30, Issue:3, Pages: 480-483
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Transfusion Syphilis. Presented by Dr. V. C. Garner.  This white boy, aged 10 years, was brought to the University Hospital dispensary on Jan. 19, 1934, because of moth-eaten alopecia of several weeks' duration and a patchy depigmentation of the neck (leukoderma colli). There was a history of an emergency transfusion in June 1933 for possible poliomyelitis or transverse myelitis. The donor was a brother, aged 22, who had had no Wassermann test prior to transfusion. Later examination of the donor revealed a history of penile lesions in 1932 with local treatment only. When examined at the University Hospital on January 22, he gave a strongly positive Wassermann reaction. The patient gave strongly positive reactions to the Wassermann, Kahn and Kline precipitation tests.


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