alexa High incidence of primary cerebral lymphoma in tumor-induced central neurogenic hyperventilation.
Oncology

Oncology

Journal of Brain Tumors & Neurooncology

Author(s): Pauzner R, Mouallem M, Sadeh M, Tadmor R, Farfel Z

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Abstract An awake patient presented with central neurogenic hyperventilation induced by a cerebral tumor. Corticosteroid therapy and brain irradiation while the patient was anesthetized and respiration controlled under pancuronium-induced respiratory paralysis were followed by tumor regression and resolution of hyperventilation. Recurrence of tumor 6 weeks later was not accompanied by recurrence of hyperventilation. Cytologic study of cerebrospinal fluid revealed B-cell lymphoma. This patient brings to 10 the number of cases recorded with tumor-induced central neurogenic hyperventilation. Five of the eight patients with known tumor histology had a primary cerebral lymphoma, a rare neoplasm that comprises only 1\% of all intracranial neoplasms. The disproportionately high frequency of central neurogenic hyperventilation in patients with cerebral lymphoma has therapeutic implications that are briefly reviewed.
This article was published in Arch Neurol and referenced in Journal of Brain Tumors & Neurooncology

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