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—The patient, L. S., a girl aged 15, American born, parents Norwegian, was referred to me by Dr. Jensen, Newman Grove, Neb., March 27, 1906. She was well nourished, above average height and weight. Her appearance was healthy, with no deformity except that she was a mouth breather and had a full bridge to her nose. She has had no serious illness, but complained of having had headaches and a dull feeling over her forehead, and catarrh of the right side of the nose, as long as she could remember. July, 1905, her nose became totally occluded, and the headaches and heavy feeling of the forehead increased. Dr. Jensen informs me that one year ago her mother had a suspicious growth (carcinoma) removed by him from the cervix uteri. Her father is well. She has four brothers, all healthy at present. Dr. Murdock informs me that he removed a
LEMERE HB. A REMARKABLE OSTEO-CALCAREOUS TUMOR IN THE NOSE. JAMA. 1906;XLVII(4):271–272. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.25210040027003
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