The neurological masquerade of intravascular lymphomatosis.


BACKGROUND Intravascular lymphomatosis (IVL) is an uncommon systemic disease characterized by occlusion of small vessels by malignant lymphomatous cells. Central nervous system involvement usually presents as subacute encephalopathy, dementia, seizures, or multifocal cerebrovascular events. OBJECTIVE To increase awareness about IVL, an uncommon cause of… (More)


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@article{Beristain2002TheNM, title={The neurological masquerade of intravascular lymphomatosis.}, author={Xabier Beristain and Biagio Azzarelli}, journal={Archives of neurology}, year={2002}, volume={59 3}, pages={439-43} }