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We thank the nursing staff of the Neurology Department of ASST Cremona for their professional care of the patient. We thank Dr. Elisa Pari for her contribution to revision of the literature. We are especially indebted to the patient’s family for unremitting support during hospitalization.
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Costanzi, C., Maccabelli, G., Vollaro, S. et al. Intravascular large B cell lymphoma presenting as an isolated cauda equina–conus medullaris syndrome—a case report and review of the literature of the neuroimaging features at onset. Neurol Sci (2020) doi:10.1007/s10072-020-04250-7