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A Case for Diagnosis. Presented by Dr. Herman Goodman.
M. G., a woman aged 50, born in Austria, has lived in the United States for twenty-four years; she has been married eight years and is childless. She states that she was well until eight years ago, when she was first troubled with itching. Four years ago the disturbance became sufficiently severe to cause her to seek medical aid. She was treated by several physicians. About two years ago she received roentgen treatments. For twelve days she was at the Mount Sinai Hospital under the care of Dr. Highman, but she does not know what was done while she was there. A biopsy was made, but the patient does not know the results.
She weighs 210 pounds (95 Kg.). Apparently she has normal intelligence. There is slight scaling of the upper left eyelid which is temporary. Along the anterior border of