Lymphosarcoma. Presented by Dr. Howard Fox.
G. S., aged 43, born in the United States, a Y. M. C. A. secretary, had always enjoyed good health previous to 1902. From that time until 1911, he had suffered from repeated attacks of high fever, diagnosed at different times as "septic fever." In 1912, for the first time, he noticed swellings in the neck, axillae and inguinal regions. Two years later, a diagnosis of lymphatic leukemia was made. During the following three years, the swellings increased in size, and in 1917 had assumed "enormous" proportions. He was then treated by roentgen ray at the New York Post-Graduate Hospital, with excellent results. A clinical diagnosis of Hodgkin's disease was made at that time. There were subsequent recurrences in 1918 and 1921, which were again successfully treated by the roentgen ray. During the following year, the enlargements again appeared in the original locations and in addition on the scalp and various parts of the body which were not the situation for