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Monk's moments: A lesson from history

A few weeks ago I was asked to see a patient who had been admitted on the acute medical take. He gave a history of severe malaise, anorexia and bone pain, with recent weight loss, and the physicians suspected a possible malignancy. I was asked to see him because of his ‘rash’.
Dermatology in practice 2005; 13(1): 31–31
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