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The Resource Oral Lesion Removed from the Left Upper Jaw of President Grover Cleveland on 1 July, 1893., ase History: Oral lesion extracted July, 1893. Diagnosed at Army Medical Museum as possible epithelioma. Original fixative unknown, now in alcohol based fluid. Examined in 1976 in publication, "The Final Diagnosis of Pres. Cleveland's Lesion" J. Brooks, et al. These authors diagnosed verrucous carcinoma

Oral Lesion Removed from the Left Upper Jaw of President Grover Cleveland on 1 July, 1893., ase History: Oral lesion extracted July, 1893. Diagnosed at Army Medical Museum as possible epithelioma. Original fixative unknown, now in alcohol based fluid. Examined in 1976 in publication, "The Final Diagnosis of Pres. Cleveland's Lesion" J. Brooks, et al. These authors diagnosed verrucous carcinoma

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Oral Lesion Removed from the Left Upper Jaw of President Grover Cleveland on 1 July, 1893.
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Oral Lesion Removed from the Left Upper Jaw of President Grover Cleveland on 1 July, 1893.
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ase History: Oral lesion extracted July, 1893. Diagnosed at Army Medical Museum as possible epithelioma. Original fixative unknown, now in alcohol based fluid. Examined in 1976 in publication, "The Final Diagnosis of Pres. Cleveland's Lesion" J. Brooks, et al. These authors diagnosed verrucous carcinoma
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Remarks: Pale yellow fluid, debris uncertain; Conservation treatment: noneSource of donation and date: Dr. Kasson C. Gibson (A-77) through Dr. William Keen. October 5, 1917.Stable condition (completely immersed, minimum precipitates, specimen secure, container and gasket intact). 402.7mL. 502.8g. Slight cracks. Label: ""The specimen removed from the left upper jaw of President Cleveland by Drs. Joseph D. Bryant and WW Keen July 1893. Not to be photographed for newspaper or other similar public use. Presented by Dr. Kasson C. Gibson of New York."" Doesn't appear darkened. Bleached. Appears slightly shrunken. Post-mortem examination and not sutured
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Oral Lesion Removed from the Left Upper Jaw of President Grover Cleveland on 1 July, 1893., ase History: Oral lesion extracted July, 1893. Diagnosed at Army Medical Museum as possible epithelioma. Original fixative unknown, now in alcohol based fluid. Examined in 1976 in publication, "The Final Diagnosis of Pres. Cleveland's Lesion" J. Brooks, et al. These authors diagnosed verrucous carcinoma
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  • Count: 1
  • Conservation 2003: 153
  • Medical Specialty: Oncology
Materials applied
ircular
Physical support
Ground glass stopper,Glass
System control number
(Sirsi) 5700f47a8dfb
Label
Oral Lesion Removed from the Left Upper Jaw of President Grover Cleveland on 1 July, 1893., ase History: Oral lesion extracted July, 1893. Diagnosed at Army Medical Museum as possible epithelioma. Original fixative unknown, now in alcohol based fluid. Examined in 1976 in publication, "The Final Diagnosis of Pres. Cleveland's Lesion" J. Brooks, et al. These authors diagnosed verrucous carcinoma
Note
  • Count: 1
  • Conservation 2003: 153
  • Medical Specialty: Oncology
Materials applied
ircular
Physical support
Ground glass stopper,Glass
System control number
(Sirsi) 5700f47a8dfb

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