Non-Hodgkin's tumor and Pancoast's syndrome.


A 60-year old man presented with Horner's syndrome, and acute right hand and lower extremity weakness. Chest X-ray and MRI revealed a right apical lung tumor (presumed to be a primary lung cancer), with brachial plexus infiltration and spinal cord compression. Emergent radiotherapy was initiated for spinal cord compression and a biopsy was obtained 24 h… (More)


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@article{Rao2001NonHodgkinsTA, title={Non-Hodgkin's tumor and Pancoast's syndrome.}, author={Ruta D. Rao and Heather Robins}, journal={Oncology reports}, year={2001}, volume={8 1}, pages={165-6} }