MAURICE JAMES ABRAMS, M.D.
The rarity of this condition might not alone be sufficient reason for reporting a case, were its interest not heightened by the unusual and misleading diagnostic problem presented.
The patient was a white man, 35 years old, who was admitted to the Medical Service of the University Hospital on January 19, 1932. The circumstances prompting his admission will be described later.
His father died of tabes at 49 years; his mother was living and outwardly well at 60 years of age, though her Wassermann reaction was four plus. Her first two children were stillborn and the patient was
ABRAMS MJ. HISTOLOGICALLY NON-MALIGNANT METASTASIZING HEMANGIOMA, WITH REPORT OF A CASE(HISTOLOGICALLY NON-MALIGNANT METASTASIZING HEMANGIOMA, WITH REPORT OF A CASE*). Ann Intern Med. 1939;13:883–895. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-13-5-883
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