Diagnosis of malignant glioma: role of neuropathology

@article{Brat2008DiagnosisOM,
  title={Diagnosis of malignant glioma: role of neuropathology},
  author={Daniel J. Brat and Richard A. Prayson and Timothy Ryken and Jeffrey L Olson},
  journal={Journal of Neuro-Oncology},
  year={2008},
  volume={89},
  pages={287-311}
}
Recommendations Level I: The diagnosis of malignant glioma should be based on the histopathologic review of tissue. Level II: Both frozen section and cytopathologic evaluation are recommended for the intra-operative diagnosis of malignant glioma. Consultation from a neuropathologist specialized in brain tumor diagnosis is recommended for problematic cases. Level III: Incorporation of clinical and radiographic information with the final pathologic diagnosis is 
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