Other Diseases

Sensory neuropathy can be associated with any malignancy, but more often with small-cell lung carcinoma. The histology consists of axonal degeneration and peri-vascular mononuclear infiltrations in the spinal ganglia, nerve roots, and peripheral nerves.

Opsoclonus/myoclonus—sudden irregular eye movements and muscle jerks—in adults is associated with small-cell carcinoma of the lung and carcinoma of the breast. In children these signs are associated with neuroblastoma.

Retinopathy is often associated with small-cell lung carcinoma.

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