[Optic pathway gliomas--current position and future directions].

Abstract

Optic pathway gliomas (OPG) are the most common primary tumors of the visual pathways, and constitute 1% of all brain tumors and 5% of all brain tumors in children. Among Neurofibromatosis type 1 patients (a hereditary genetic disorder which is characterized by higher incidence of tumors from a neurocutaneous origin) it is the most frequent tumor and it… (More)

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@article{Shofty2010OpticPG, title={[Optic pathway gliomas--current position and future directions].}, author={Ben Shofty and Shlomi Constantini and Sigal Freedman and Liat Ben-Sira and A Kesler}, journal={Harefuah}, year={2010}, volume={149 11}, pages={721-5, 748} }