Clinical and Pathological Studies in a Case of Reticulum Cell Sarcoma
Hepatosplenomegaly and enlarged lymph nodes were not observ. d. through the entire clinical course. The main abnormalities were psycho-neurological.
These cells did not form a tumour mass, but infiltrated diffucely into the central nervous system and extraneural sites, and the primary focus could not be determined. Four cases of reticulum cell sarcoma in Japan, in which the initial symptoms were of neurological involvement, are reviewed.
Key wordsReticulum Cell Sarcoma Neuropsychiatric Manifestation Cerebral Lesion without Tumour Formation
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