AN UNUSUAL CASE OF SCREW-WORMS IN THE NOSE AND NASAL ACCESSORY SINUSES

George U. Huber
1914 Journal of the American Medical Association  
The following case is reported as being of interest because of the comparative rarity of the condition, the interesting operative findings and the recovery of the patient. History.\p=m-\S.P. T., a mulatto laborer of good habits, aged 56, was seen first, March 3, 1910. He had had typhoid fever in his teens; an operation for hemorrhoids at 30, and for ten or twelve years preceding the present illness, more or less "stomach trouble" aggravated by chewing tobacco, and characterized by gas, soreness
more » ... ed by gas, soreness in the pit of the stomach and attacks of pain under the right lower ribs extending through, beneath the right shoulder blade and to the right shoulder. These attacks were usually accompanied by huge hives. The patient had been feeling poorly all the fall and coughed a little. Family history as far as patient knew was negative as to tuberculosis.
doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570260024015 fatcat:r7xwwhz2urakzi6gzsbex6woyq