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—May 15, 1911, E. D., housewife, aged 40. Mother died of heart trouble when the patient was 3 years old. Father is living, aged 63,, dis healthy. Patient had ssmall-palld the age of 10. Except for measles and wwhooping-cough dpdd chchildhood,ldhds alwalwaysys dll; first menstruated at the age of 13; type every twentwenty-oney-odration, five to six days. ays ddver skipped a period exciod except when pregnant.Since the birth of the first child the veins of the right e right leg g ddswolkedlen deach menstrual period. Periods have alwds have alwayss ddtwo months after childbirth. Patient has never nursed nurr dover childrendaferr dtime the milk has always drlk ed d lways dried up.The woman has never had a thrombosis or a phlebitis. The swelling of the veins has bee very marked during all pregnancies, but for the last two months of the present pregnancy they have swollen exceptionally fast
GILMOUR AJ. MARKED VARICOSE VEINS OF THE RIGHT LEG IN A PATIENT SIX MONTHS PREGNANT. JAMA. 1911;LVII(27):2122. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260120312004
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