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Occipital Condyle Syndrome as the First Sign of Metastatic Cancer
Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences
Background:Occipital condyle syndrome is characterized by severe, unilateral, occipital headache and ipsilateral twelfth-nerve palsy. It is associated with skull-base metastasis.Cases:We identified two patients with sub-acute onset of severe, unilateral, occipital headache and ipsilateral tongue paralysis. The first patient was a 58-year-old woman with a history of limited stage small-cell lung cancer in clinical remission. The second patient was an otherwise healthy 36-year-old man. Neitherdoi:10.1017/s0317167100007356 fatcat:2qlsksqumngfvpcvez5iwlx75i