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—The patient, Leonard H., aged 19, was referred by Dr. R. M. Manley, who made the ocular examination given later in this paper.
—The family history was negative. As a nursing baby, he had two convulsions, finished sixth grade in school with good grades, passing regularly. When 14, he was pushed from a moving street car, striking on head, was unconscious 30 minutes; vomited and developed conjunctivitis of right eye, which subsided in two weeks. His health was good for one
MANLEY OT. A CASE OF BEAIN TUMOR. JAMA. 1911;LVII(13):1042–1045. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260090264007
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