[Clinico-pathological and molecular aspects of diagnostic and prognostic value in gliomas].

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INTRODUCTION Diffuse infiltrative gliomas, the most common primary brain tumours, account for almost 80% of malignant brain tumours. 60-70% of gliomas are astrocytic and over 80% of these tumours is considered high grade malignancy (grade III and IV) according to current World Health Organization classification. Infiltrating gliomas include diffuse… (More)

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@article{OrtegaAznar2013ClinicopathologicalAM, title={[Clinico-pathological and molecular aspects of diagnostic and prognostic value in gliomas].}, author={Arantxa Ortega-Aznar and P Jimenez-Leon and E. Mart{\'i}nez and Francisco J Romero-Vidal}, journal={Revista de neurologia}, year={2013}, volume={56 3}, pages={161-70} }