A case is described of a 73 year old male with Waldenström's macroglobulinaemia and hyperviscosity in association with neurological abnormalities, the Bing-Neel syndrome. The relationship of the clinical features to changes in serum viscosity and the response to therapy with plasmapheresis and chlorambucil are discussed.
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