Blepharoptosis following oxaliplatin administration.

Abstract

Oxaliplatin is a unique platinum derivative with anti-tumor activity in a number of malignancies, with neurotoxicity being a frequent side effect. Neurotoxicity can manifest in an acute phase and a chronic phase. The acute phase usually presents as dysesthesias of the hands and feet, jaw tightness, and pharyngolaryngo-dysesthesia, triggered and exacerbated… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1078155209104383

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