Cerebral neuroblastoma in an adult: Case report, pharmacology, and review of the literature
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AbstractThe case of a 69-year-old man, who had a 3-week history of symptoms resembling an organic brain syndrome and who had no focal neurologic deficit, is reported. The investigation revealed a mass lesion in the left frontoparietal area, which was found to be a neuroblastoma. Treatment included surgical removal followed by radiation therapy to the brain. A survey of the literature to date reveals only 11 reported cases of cerebral neuroblastoma in adults.

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