Lymphomatosis cerebri presenting as rapidly progressive dementia.


BACKGROUND As the population ages, the incidence of dementing illness is increasing. Accurate and timely diagnosis provides the best hope for instituting appropriate treatment and educating the patient and family members as to prognosis based upon likely etiology in a given patient. REVIEW SUMMARY We present a case of an elderly patient referred to our… (More)


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@article{Weaver2007LymphomatosisCP, title={Lymphomatosis cerebri presenting as rapidly progressive dementia.}, author={Jonathan D Weaver and Harry V. Vinters and Brandon K. Koretz and Zhenggang Xiong and Paul Mischel and Deborah M. Kado}, journal={The neurologist}, year={2007}, volume={13 3}, pages={150-3} }