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Neurogenic Sarcoma of the Foot. Presented by Dr. Andrew H. Montgomery.
P. L., a Negress aged 51, is presented from the New York Polyclinic Hospital, where she was first seen a few weeks ago. She has had a growth on the dorsum of the right foot for the past fourteen years. Originally it was a small nodule. Four years ago it was traumatized and began to grow. At the time of the first examination, there was a flattened, rounded, silver-dollar—sized, grayish brown, mushroom-like tumor of firm consistency in front of the right external malleolus. The lesion was slightly pedunculated, the lower half having a rolled border. The surface was broken by a large vertical ulcer, from the center of which a deep fissure extended to the anterior border. There was a purulent discharge with a foul odor. The growth was partly fixed to the underlying structures, especially to the third
Traub EF, Tulipan L. NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, SECTION OF DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1939;40(6):1044–1061. doi:10.1001/archderm.1939.01490060182020
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