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The two following cases of probable cerebral telangiectasis seem to be of sufficient interest to warrant report. REPORT OF CASES Case 1.\p=m-\History.\p=m-\Amerchant, aged 21 years, was referred by Dr. Ransom of Hancock, Minn., July 14, 1920. The patient's family history was negative except that his father died of diabetes. When 7 years old, he was thrown from a horse and struck on his head, but he remembered no details of the accident; appendectomy was performed on him when he was 14; hedoi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1921.02190030010002 fatcat:cqrjzuxzizaobhz6jz7oijwl2e