Neurological Complications of Cancer Treatment
David A. Rottenberg
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1991 - Medical - 228 pages
Covers the complications of radiation therapy chemotherapy corticosteroids and immunosuppression.
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Acute and Chronic Effects of Radiation Therapy
Hydrocephalus and Dementia as a Complication
RadiationInduced Optic Neuropathy
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5-fluorouracil abnormalities acute administration Ara-C associated BCNU Bleyer blood-brain barrier brain tumors Cancer Treat Rep carcinoma carotid artery catheter cells central nervous system cerebellar dysfunction chemotherapy chronic cisplatin Clin Oncol clinical CNS infection complications concentration corticosteroids cranial irradiation CT scan cytosine arabinoside deficits demyelination dexamethasone diagnosis disc edema disease drug effects encephalopathy focal glucocorticoids HD-MTX hemiparesis hemorrhages high-dose Ara-C increased injury intraarterial intracarotid BCNU intracarotid cisplatin intracarotid infusion intracranial intrathecal ipsilateral lesions leukemia leukoencephalopathy meningiomas meningitis metabolism metastases methotrexate mg/m microangiopathy mineralizing microangiopathy myelopathy necrosis Neurol neurological neurotoxicity normal onset optic atrophy optic nerves optic neuropathy pathologic patients developed patients receiving patients treated peripheral PNST protein radiation damage radiation myelopathy radiation therapy radiation-induced radiotherapy receptors reported retinal revealed sarcoma seizures spinal cord steroid subacute symptoms syndrome teniposide therapeutic tion tissue toxicity transient treatment vascular visual acuity visual loss white matter white-matter whole-brain