Late onset psychosis in survivors of pediatric central nervous system malignancies.

@article{Turkel2007LateOP,
  title={Late onset psychosis in survivors of pediatric central nervous system malignancies.},
  author={Susan Beckwitt Turkel and David Tishler and C. Jane Tavar{\'e}},
  journal={The Journal of neuropsychiatry and clinical neurosciences},
  year={2007},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={293-7}
}
Survivors of pediatric intracranial malignancies are at recognized high risk for neurocognitive and psychosocial dysfunction, endocrinopathies, growth abnormalities, and second neoplasms. The late onset of persistent psychosis may represent an additional serious psychiatric consequence of childhood intracranial malignancies. The authors report eight survivors of pediatric intracranial malignancies whose course was complicated by the delayed onset of hallucinations, delusions, and bizarre… CONTINUE READING