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Anaplastic Epithelioma of the Toe. Presented by Dr. Andrew H. MontGOMERY.
J. E., a woman aged 65, was first examined by me on March 16, 1945. She complained of a mass under the right middle toe which has been present for two years. The history of the mass is sketchy, and unfortunately its original condition is unknown. During the first year the growing lesion was examined by two physicians and by two chiropodists, and for a time it was under treatment in the surgical division of a hospital. Apparently at that time it was not considered of a serious nature, for all treatments consisted only in the applications of ointments. During a month's sojourn in the hospital for a disease of the bladder, no attention was paid to the foot. She was never examined by a dermatologist. For the past year there has been no professional care,
Saunders HC, Vero F. NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, SECTION OF DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILIS. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1946;54(6):756–762. doi:10.1001/archderm.1946.01510410122015
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