Subakut parkinsonisme som debutsymptom ved primært lymfom i centralnervesystemet

Translated title of the contribution: Subacute parkinsonism as first symptom of primary CNS lymphoma

Christian Hede Kirkedal*, Thor Høyer, Peter Brøgger Christensen

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Secondary parkinsonism due to cerebral neoplasia is a rare condition. We present a case report of a 73-year-old woman with three weeks of progressing right-sided parkinsonism. Cerebral MRI arouse suspicion of left-sided primary CNS-lymphoma in the left basal ganglia. Cerebralspinal fluid analyzed with flow cytometry revealed diffuse B-cell lymphoma. The patient was transferred to the department of haematology and was treated by standard primary CNS-lymphoma protocol. Five-month clinical control revealed marked recovery. At nine-month control an MRI of cerebrum showed almost complete regression of tumour.

Translated title of the contributionSubacute parkinsonism as first symptom of primary CNS lymphoma
Original languageDanish
Article numberV09210723
JournalUgeskift for Læger
Issue number18
Pages (from-to)1711-1712
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 21 Mar 2022


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