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City. The woman had been sent to hospital with the diagnosis of an intracranial growth, and had suffered for a long time from constant headache and increasing loss of vision. She was unable when first seen to count fingers at a distance of a few inches. The possibility of an intracranial growth was nega¬ tived by the history and by absence of focal symptoms, and examination of the blood showed a moderate chlorosis, and this was thought to be a possible cause of the constant headache and thedoi:10.1001/jama.1903.92490060022002c fatcat:tvit4jfjobflnidta3hk6x7ipy