GENERALIZED ESSENTIAL TELANGIECTASIA: REPOR OF A CLINICAL AND HISTOCHEMICAL STUDY OF 13 PATIENTS WITH ACQUIRED CUTANEOUS LESIONS.

JAMA 1963 Sep;185:909-13

September 1963
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