Neoplastic angioendotheliosis of the spinal cord
Neoplastic angioendotheliosis was found exclusively in the spinal cord vessels of a 76-year-old man who died after spinal shock. Neoplastic angioendotheliosis limited to the central nervous system (CNS) has been reported once before; but CNS involvement in disseminated neoplastic angioendotheliosis has been detected in 17 cases, three of them with the spinal cord affected.
The present case is apparently the first in which neoplastic angioendotheliosis has been limited to the spinal cord.
Key wordsNeoplastic angioendotheliosis Spinal cord diseases Pathology
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