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The report of unusual cases, together with an acknowledgment of mistaken diagnosis, must always be a chief means in the advancement of our science. The rapid strides made in diagnosis of bladder tumors in the last three years through the aid of the modern cystoscope has tended to make us overconfident. For this reason I undertake to report a case of carcinoma of the bladder incorrectly diagnosed. I wish also to make a few suggestions which in the future may aid us in such cases.
REPORT OF CASE
—Mrs. F., aged 30, Jewish, complained of painful and frequent urination accompanied by hematuria. The family history was negative. She had always been well till the present illness. The menstrual history was negative. The patient had had no leukorrhea.She was married six years before I first saw her. At about this time she acquired gonorrhea and was treated with astringent
BAKER RH. CONDYLOMA OF THE BLADDER: REPORT OF CASE. JAMA. 1918;70(7):442–443. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1918.02600070016006
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