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July 14, 1923

SARCOMA OF THE ETHMOID: REPORT OF CASE IN WHICH THERE WAS APPARENT RECOVERY AFTER ROENTGEN-RAY THERAPY

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HUNTINGTON, W. VA.

JAMA. 1923;81(2):102-104. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650020020008
Abstract

History.  —K. G., a white boy, aged 14 years, a native of West Virginia, whose parents were living and in good health, and who had four brothers, all living, and in good health, their ages ranging from 7 to 21 years, one sister having died when 4 years of age, of diphtheria, had always enjoyed good health and had never had any severe illness until early in the fall of 1922, when he began to complain of headaches and "nosebleeds." The family physician was unable to detect any trouble with the eye or in the nose at that time. In the latter part of November, 1922, a growth was noticed high up in the nose, and the right eye began to swell. About December 15 he was sent to a nose and throat specialist in Charleston, W. Va., who stated that he removed the adenoids and tonsils, and opened an

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