Cranial nerve lesions due to base of the skull metastases in prostate carcinoma.


We studied 11 patients with prostate cancer metastatic to the base of skull that caused cranial nerve deficits. Patients with occipital condyle, jugular foramen, middle fossa, parasellar, and orbital syndromes are described. Other patients had combinations of these syndromes or other cranial nerve involvements. Two patients had 6th nerve palsies secondary… (More)


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