Primary lymphoproliferative diseases of the central nervous system

Abstract

Primary CNS lymphomas have worse prognosis than other extranodal lymphomas: remissions are rare, recurrences are frequent. Literature is analysed on diagnosis, prognostic factors, perspectives and problems of treatment of primary CNS lymphomas.

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