Neuroblastoma presenting as central nervous system disease.

  title={Neuroblastoma presenting as central nervous system disease.},
  author={Richard E. Latchaw and P R L'heureux and Graham Young and John R. Priest},
  journal={AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology},
  volume={3 6},
Neuroblastoma may be extremely difficult to recognize, particularly when the tumor presents as a primary central nervous system disease. Central nervous system involvement may be considered as primary intracerebral neuroblastoma, metastases to the cranium from an occult primary, primary intraorbital neuroblastoma originating in the ciliary ganglion, metastatic intraorbital neuroblastoma from an occult primary, primary intraspinal neuroblastoma originating in dorsal root ganglia, intraspinal… CONTINUE READING


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