Disseminated melanomatosis of the central nervous system and other organs: a case report.

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This case represents an example of clinically occult, disseminated neoplastic disease with almost asymptomatic but severe involvement of the central nervous system. The only helpful diagnostic investigation appeared to be cerebrospinal fluid cytology. Extensive post mortem examination was inconclusive as to whether the widespread CNS involvement with… (More)

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@article{IglesiasRozas1989DisseminatedMO, title={Disseminated melanomatosis of the central nervous system and other organs: a case report.}, author={Jos{\'e} R. Iglesias-Rozas and Halina Kroh and Ekkehart Sauer and Nurhan Sarioğlu}, journal={Clinical neuropathology}, year={1989}, volume={8 1}, pages={11-5} }