Leptomeningeal Involvement in Prostate Cancer: A Case Report

  • Published 2017


In the evolution of metastatic prostate cancer, the most frequent metastatic involvement is bone, followed by lymph nodes out from pelvis, and less frequently the visceral involvement. The nervous system spread is very rare and late, and extraordinarily rare leptomeningeal lesions, finding few references in the literature. The clinical features are characterized by neurological deficit at different levels and fast deterioration.

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@inproceedings{2017LeptomeningealII, title={Leptomeningeal Involvement in Prostate Cancer: A Case Report}, author={}, year={2017} }