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Optic pathway gliomas (OPG) are found in about 15% of patients with neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF-1). The natural history of OPG is not yet well documented. Treatment in cases with growing tumors is still controversial. Twenty-one patients with NF-1 and OPG, diagnosed over a 20-year period, and followed neuroradiologically and ophthalmologically for at least(More)
An MRI review of 54 histologically verified cavernomas allowed the introduction of a system classifying this cavernous venous malformation into four types: type I (20%) corresponds to the classic morphology of a cavernoma without hemorrhage; type II (67%) is characterized by intralesional hemorrhage; type III (11%) is associated with an extra-lesional(More)
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