Hodgkin's disease primarily localized to the brain

Abstract

A case of primary Hodgkin's paragranuloma of the brain is described. The benignancy of the lesion is shown both by the microscopical appearance and by the clinical course of the disease. It seems that this is the first case of intracranial Hodgkin's paragranuloma to be described, and that all forms of the disease can affect the brain. The possible origin of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01406353

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