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This patient, who is about fifty years old, says that he has not been well for twelve months. The first thing that he noticed was a severe pain in the breast, which was not constant, but was considerably increased by exercise when present. He does not know whether he would have been entirely free from it if he had remained perfectly quiet, as he has been obliged all the time to attend to his regular occupation, which is that of a carpenter. At first there were more or less extended intervalsdoi:10.1056/nejm187908071010601 fatcat:j4mb72a26ve3fj6sjyqyhretce