Exacerbation of upper-airway sleep apnea by lymphocytic lymphoma.

Abstract

A 55-year-old obese man was evaluated for excessive daytime sleepiness and found to have upper-airway sleep apnea. Evaluation discovered a lymphocytic lymphoma with head and neck involvement. Treatment of the lymphoma resulted in improvement in the sleep apnea and the sleepiness.

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@article{Zorick1980ExacerbationOU, title={Exacerbation of upper-airway sleep apnea by lymphocytic lymphoma.}, author={Frank J Zorick and Thomas Roth and Melissa Kramer and Heinz Flessa}, journal={Chest}, year={1980}, volume={77 5}, pages={689-90} }