Excerpt from American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1899, Vol. 117
J. A merchant, married, aged sixty-one years, has had neither syphilis nor gonorrhoea. He is said to have had typhoid fever at the age of twenty, again in 1863, and once more in 1865. In June, 1863, he was ... in the army, was captured, and spent ten months in Libby prison. In August, 1864, he had a sunstroke, was unconscious eight hours, and has remained sensitive to the heat of the sun since that time.
He had fair health until 1897. In July of that year he began to have limited areas of sav e pain in the right foot, With tenderness and intense ¿ush when the lim hung down or was used. The disturbances were noted in various )arts of the sole and toes, lasting for months in certain localities, and always with extensive ¿ushes.
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