Sarcoma of the Jaw, with Case Report

Harold J. Gibby
1922 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Primary malignant disease of the upper respiratory tract is not uncommon, judging from the literature. Dunbar Roy1 has reviewed the literature for the last two decades, to 1919, and has collected approximately 328 cases of sarcoma of the nasal passages, septum, maxilla, and accessory nasal sinuses. Several have been
doi:10.1056/nejm192205041861804 fatcat:hot66z5aszf3bne3ni7ycj4zle