1899 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
225 pounds, and she began to decline until now she weighs about 135 pound«. Her present condition is anemic and cachectic. The tumor covers one-half of the anterior portion of the thigh, the whole of the in¬ ternal and posterior portions, and one-half of the external. The tumor is generally firm, and to the touch feels boggy in places. Although the mass is not mov¬ able, still the probability is that it has no attachment to the femur. On the left thigh at the base of Scarpa's triangle, there is
more » ... triangle, there is another tumor about the size of two fists, movable and subcutaneous. No tissue was taken from this small tumor, for examination. The
doi:10.1001/jama.1899.92450480017002h fatcat:uso2ocxupbf7lkidjaiaorj3si