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Cerebral neoplastic angioendotheleosis complicated by hypercalcaemia.
  1. A. S. Wierzbicki,
  2. J. M. Gibbs,
  3. H. G. Lidov,
  4. Y. Lolin,
  5. P. K. Thomas
  1. Department of Chemical Pathology, National Hospitals for Nervous Diseases, Queen Square, London, UK.


    This is a case report of a 67 year old man who presented with a fluctuating level of consciousness and myoclonic jerks caused in part by hypercalcaemia. The diagnosis of cerebral neoplastic angioendotheleosis was only made later on brain biopsy and is the first report of the occurrence of hypercalcaemia in neoplastic angioendotheleosis.

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