E. R. Hildreth
1914 Journal of the American Medical Association  
worms. The patient's condition remained serious and he was brought to the hospital for treatment. At this time a Wasser¬ mann test was made which was strongly positive. Under general anesthesia the following conditions were discovered : The walls of the right antruiw of Highmore were completely necrosed and the antrum filled with worms. The middle turbinate on the right side was markedly necrosed. The right frontal sinus was open, and the right ethmoidal cells exposed. The walls of the antrum
more » ... lls of the antrum on the left side were partly necrosed. The turbinate on this side was partly necrosed and the ethmoidal cells exposed. The right eye was swollen shut and a worm was found in the lacrimal sac.
doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570260025016 fatcat:ey7wsltmsbg3bdzcg5cpuyi224