1953 年 20 巻 2 号 p. 163-168
A 43 year-old man visited us with a complaint of uncomfortable feeling in the area of the lower molar region. Later vesicules of hemp-seed to rice-grain size were formed over the mucosa of the left lip and cheek and their neighboring gingiva, and, in addition, on the auricula and external auditory canal.
Pain was noticed only on the area distributed by the second and third branches of the left trigeminal nerve. The trouble was cured by pumping treatment and application of the aureomycin ointment.