Does the extent of surgery make a difference in high grade malignant astrocytoma?

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This paper examines the effect of patient age, tumour grade and extent of surgery on the outcome of treatment of 278 patients with high grade malignant gliomas referred to the Queensland Radium Institute between 1980 and 1987. The aim was to determine whether the extent of surgical resection alters survival rates. The extent of surgery had no effect on… (More)

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@article{Franklin1992DoesTE, title={Does the extent of surgery make a difference in high grade malignant astrocytoma?}, author={Chandra I. Franklin}, journal={Australasian radiology}, year={1992}, volume={36 1}, pages={44-7} }