Brain metastasis from prostate carcinoma: antemortem recognition and outcome after treatment.

@article{Mccutcheon1999BrainMF,
  title={Brain metastasis from prostate carcinoma: antemortem recognition and outcome after treatment.},
  author={Ian E. Mccutcheon and D Y Eng and Christopher J. Logothetis},
  journal={Cancer},
  year={1999},
  volume={86 11},
  pages={2301-11}
}
BACKGROUND In patients with prostate carcinoma, brain metastasis has most commonly been reported in autopsy series. Symptomatic brain metastasis from prostate carcinoma has occasionally been detected. METHODS The authors retrospectively studied a series of 38 patients with antemortem intracerebral metastasis found on review of 7994 patients treated over an 18-year period at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center. RESULTS The mean time from diagnosis of prostate carcinoma to… CONTINUE READING

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