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About 37 cases of Klauder's syndrome (ectodermosis erosiva pluri orificialis) are reported in the literature. This condition was described by Klauder of Pennsylvania in 1937. Since then there have been reports from various parts of the United States. That this condition is a rarity is evident by the sparsity of reports in the literature. Because of its rarity this case is thought worth reporting. However, since it presents itself in an evacuation hospital in an active theater of operations, the literature on hand is limited.
Condition on admission: The patient was a 23 year old male who had
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SILVER N. ECTODERMOSIS EROSIVA PLURI ORIFICIALIS (KLAUDER'S SYNDROME)(ECTODERMOSIS EROSIVA PLURI ORIFICIALIS (KLAUDER'S SYNDROME)*). Ann Intern Med. 1946;24:499–505. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-24-3-499
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1946;24(3):499-505.
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