• A patient with a primary malignant lymphoma of the brain manifested a peripheral polyneuropathy during his illness that could not be accounted for by the usual causes. The polyneuropathy is considered to be a nonmetastatic complication of the primary brain tumor. A review of the literature did not uncover a similar case.
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