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Seeing the article on ainhum by Dr. Brayton in The Journal, July 8, 1905, reminded me of a similar case which came under my care about six years ago and which was reported to the Newport Medical Society during the past year.
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—M. R., negro, widow, aged 53, was born in Queen Anne County, Maryland. Her mother died in childbirth, aged 42; her father was part Indian, and died of rheumatism, aged 92; he lost both toes when about 23 years old.The patient consulted me in December, 1899, at which time a band had formed around the base of the little toe of the left foot, and from a fissure formed at this point there came a discharge. The toe was swollen and painful. With cleanliness it improved and remained quiescent until 1903, when it again began to swell and to cause great pain. The
WHEATLAND MF. A CASE OF AINHUM. JAMA. 1905;XLV(9):631. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.52510090053003
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