Original ArticleNeurologic Complications of Cancer: Part 1 Central Nervous System MetastasisTasdemiroglu, Erol MD*; Kaya, Ahmet Hilmi MD*; Bek, Sirzat MD†; Emir, Canan Bolcu MD‡; Sengoz, Ahmet MD*; Kilickesmez, Ozgur MD§; Mansuroglu, Ilknur MD*Author Information From the *Neurosurgery Clinic, Institute of Social Security, Istanbul Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey, †Neurosurgery Clinic, Institute of Social Security, Okmeydani Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey, ‡Neurology Clinic, Institute of Social Security, Okmeydani Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey, and §Radiology Clinic, Institute of Social Security, Istanbul Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey. Reprints: Erol Tasdemiroglu, MD, Incirli Caddesi, Deniz Apt. 74/7, Bakirkoy, Istanbul 34740, Turkey. Neurosurgery Quarterly: June 2004 - Volume 14 - Issue 2 - p 71-83 doi: 10.1097/01.wnq.0000126695.87255.67 Buy Metrics Abstract Neurologic complications related to cancer and its therapy are increasing due to increasing survival and therapeutic modalities in patients with cancer. Dealing with such complications requires familiarity with them and knowledge of pathophysiological events underlying cancer. In this article we aim to mention the neurological metastatic complications during the progress of cancer and its therapy. © 2004 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.