Excerpt from Medical Record, Vol. 79: A Weekly Journal of Medicine and Surgery; January 7, 1911-June 24, 1911
This malformation of the cornea, however, like other stigmata of inherited syphilis, Should not, when considered alone, be regarded as absolute proof of the disease.
We must look for the stigmata in all cases, even when there is no positive evidence of ocular dis ease. As this paper is restricted to a consideration of the lesions and stigmata in young children, we cannot expect much assistance from the dental stig mata, as the permanent teeth are not yet in evi dence, but the ocular and aural stigmata are to be found when carefully looked for.
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