Gorka Eszter (1), Fabó Dániel (2)
(1) Országos Onkológiai Intézet, Dermatoonkológiai Osztály, Budapest
(2) Országos Klinikai Idegtudományi Intézet, Juhász Pál Epilepsziaközpont, Neurológiai Osztály, Budapest
Tumor associate neurological symptoms are heterogeneous clinical entities with diverse etiologies, that may inﬂ uence both the central, and peripheral neural system, as a primary or secondary tumor, may due to immune mediated processes. In our review, we summarize the neural syndromes frequently occurring in oncological practice. We focus on the most frequent neuronal tumors, the brain metastases, that are recently affected by the new targeted and immunotherapies showing increasing intracranial activities. We provide details on paraneoplastic neurological syndromes, because, in spite of their relatively rare occurrence, the modern diagnostic protocols may contribute to early diagnosis that are mandatory for detecting the underlying tumor. Finally we describe the neurological side effects of various oncotherapies, such as PD1 inhibitors, that are accompanied by 3% incidence of neurological complications, and chemotherapy related polyneuropathies. We provide support for anticonvulsive drug selection also, based on their drug-interaction proﬁle.