A case is reported of mononeuritis multiplex, the peripheral nerve lesions being caused by metastatic deposits of lymphoma in muscle. The patient also had a past history of a facial nerve palsy and the Guillain-Barré syndrome. This case portrays an interesting spectrum of unusual manifestations of neoplastic disease - both with regard to metastatic spread and peripheral neurological involvement.
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