Involvement of the central nervous system by multiple myeloma (MM) is considered to be extremely rare. Magnetic Resonauce Imaging (MRI) is the imaging modality of choice to detect and differentiate myeloma at unusual sites. We present the case of a sixty-year-old man who was a known case of MM. In this case report MRI findings of central nervous system in myeloma lesions are reported. The purpose is to increase the awareness of the clinical presentation, neuroradiological findings and follow-up of multiple myeloma with intracranial growth. There are only a few reported cases found concerning MM with intracranial involvement in the literature. To the best of our knowledge, there is no such published literature available locally.
Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association
(2010). Central nervous system involvement in multiple myeloma. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, 60(9), 771-3.
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