Primary lymphoma of the skull presenting as multiple cranial nerve palsies.


Lymphoma presenting with isolated diffuse infiltration of the skull is exceedingly rare, with less than 20 previously reported cases. The clinical presentation of a 73-year-old female with primary lymphoma of the skull, manifesting multiple cranial nerve palsies and infiltration of the temporalis muscles is described. MRI of the head, revealed an abnormal… (More)


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