Secondary pseudotumor cerebri in pediatric oncology and hematology: an unpredictable condition of varying etiology.

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Secondary pseudotumor cerebri (PTC) in pediatric oncology and hematology is an unpredictable and under-recognized condition. It is characterized by increased cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pressure of more than 25 cm H(2)O in the absence of underlying structural causes. Numerous conditions and medications have been implicated in the etiology of secondary PTC… (More)

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@article{Distelmaier2007SecondaryPC, title={Secondary pseudotumor cerebri in pediatric oncology and hematology: an unpredictable condition of varying etiology.}, author={Felix Distelmaier and Ulrich Goebel and Nicola Vandemeulebroecke and Ertan Mayatepek and Thorsten Rosenbaum and Hans J{\"{u}rgen Laws}, journal={Pediatric blood & cancer}, year={2007}, volume={49 7}, pages={1029-33} }