RAMSDELL GURNEY, M.D.; FRANKLYN HUBER, M.D.
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This case is presented because of the paucity of reports on persistent lymphedema in the locations present in this patient.
On May 17, 1933, a white, unmarried, 16 year old American girl came to the Out-Patient Department of the Buffalo General Hospital for treatment of persistent, painless swelling of the left arm and left side of the face. According to the girl's mother, the child was taken to a doctor at the age of six weeks for an infection in her left eye. At that time the doctor called attention to the enlargement of the left arm and
GURNEY R, HUBER F. A CASE OF PERSISTENT LYMPHEDEMA INVOLVING THE LEFT ARM, LEFT FACE, AND LEFT THORAX1. Ann Intern Med. 1934;7:1431–1435. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-7-11-1431
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1934;7(11):1431-1435.
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