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Mr. C. B. H., of Chicago, American, aged 26 years, occupation traveling salesman, was referred to me December 26, 1888, for counsel and treatment by Dr. M. Stout, of Chicago, with the following history: Some eighteen or twenty months previous to this examination the gentleman had submitted to the extraction of all his superior teeth, except the central incisors. The operation was performed under nitrous-oxide gas; the mouth was badly bruised and lacerated on account of the difficulty in extracting the teeth. A few weeks afterwards he noticed a swelling upon the inner side of the right alveolar ridge, which continued to enlarge as the months went by, and prevented the making of the artificial denture, which he was anxious to have placed in his mouth. There was no pain or uncomfortable feeling about the tumor, except when engaged in vigorous exercise; at such times pulsation in the part would
MARSHALL JS. ANEURISMAL TUMOR OF THE RIGHT ALVEOLAR PROCESS AND VAULT OF THE MOUTH TREATED BY INJECTION.. JAMA. 1891;XVI(7):217-219. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410590001001