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Modern term: Tertiary syphilis

Tertiary syphilis is characterized by nodules and tumors (gummas) that may ulcerate.

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Modern Term: Linear morphea (en coup de sabre)

En coup de sabre, meaning stroke of a sword, is used to describe a linear depressed plaque of the head due to morphea (localized scleroderma). When severe with facial hemi-atrophy, it is referred to…

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The three major types of cutaneous lupus are acute, subacute and chronic. This patient has the butterfly rash of acute lupus in which nearly all patients have systemic disease.

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