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The author reports a case of chloroma occurring in a white male child of fourteen years of age, whose chief complaint was paralysis of the left side of the face, beginning with pain in the ears; followed later by frontal headaches and vertigo. Diplopia soon developed, and vision of the left eye became impaired. His hearing had been poor for some time, and finally his ability to hear was almost lost. There was a swelling on the left temple. Pain over the mastoids developed. Slight exophthalmos was noted. White blood cells 36,800, myeloblasts 86 to 94.5 per cent. He was
Chloroma, The Recent Literature and a Case Report.. Ann Intern Med. 1927;1:262–263. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-1-4-262
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