Content - Volume 66, Issue 6
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Ten patients with a clinical diagnosis of lymphadenosis benigna cutis (LABC) solitaria were investigated. Four of the patients knew that they had received a tick bite during the year prior to the appearance of the LABC lesion. Five patients had had a migrating erythema, indicating a previous erythema chronicum migrans Afzelius, near the site where the LABC lesion had developed. In one patient meni ...