A thirty-seven year old, East Indian female was admitted to St. Michael's Hospital on July 26, 1979 complaining of headache, diplopia, nausea and vomiting.
In April of 1978 she was referred to a neurologist for investigation of headache. Neurological examination was normal. An X-ray of her skull revealed a lytic lesion, 2 cms. in diameter, in the right frontal area. A bone scan showed no abnormality. Further study was refused. A left facial “birth mark” was noted.