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Cerebral compression by myeloma.
  1. R J Stark,
  2. R A Henson


    A patient presented with right hemiparesis, dysphasia and a large, palpable, left frontoparietal mass arising from the calvarial diploe. A diagnosis of multiple myeloma was made on radiological and biochemical grounds, together with bone marrow examination. Few cases of cerebral compression by a massive plasmacytoma have been reported, but in some surgical management produced clinical deterioration. The present case was treated with radiotherapy and chemotherapy, with satisfactory results.

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