Primary central nervous system lymphoma in homosexual men. Clinical, immunologic, and pathologic features.

@article{Gill1985PrimaryCN,
  title={Primary central nervous system lymphoma in homosexual men. Clinical, immunologic, and pathologic features.},
  author={P. S. Gill and Alexandra M. Levine and Paul R. Meyer and William D Boswell and Ronald L. Burkes and John W. Parker and Florence M. Hofman and R L Dworsky and Robert J. Lukes},
  journal={The American journal of medicine},
  year={1985},
  volume={78 5},
  pages={742-8}
}
Primary central nervous system lymphoma constitutes one of the criteria for the acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), yet a paucity of information is currently available regarding the clinical, immunologic, or pathologic features of these patients. Six homosexual men presenting with primary central nervous system lymphoma were evaluated. Five of these patients presented with altered mental status. All lymphomas were intracranial. B cell immunoblastic sarcoma was found in five. Immune… CONTINUE READING

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