Metastatic large cell lung cancer presenting with numb chin syndrome.

  title={Metastatic large cell lung cancer presenting with numb chin syndrome.},
  author={Mark A. Marinella},
  journal={Respiratory medicine},
  volume={91 4},
The numb chin syndrome is an uncommon occurrence with cancer and consists of numbness in the area of distribution of the mental nerve. Most cases of this syndrome occur in the presence of underlying breast cancer or lymphoma with survival measured in months once this syndrome is manifest. Reported below is the case of a man with metastatic large cell lung cancer whose presenting complaint was chin and lip numbness. 

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