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Frontal Skull-Base Meningioma: Its Management and Outcome

@inproceedings{Baishya2016FrontalSM,
  title={Frontal Skull-Base Meningioma: Its Management and Outcome},
  author={BK Baishya and Talukdar Ramen and Barman Paran},
  year={2016}
}
Objective: To analyze the clinical manifestations, diagnostic evaluation and the functional outcome of surgery of anterior skull base meningioma. Material and method: It is a prospective hospital based study on 22 patients who were admitted and diagnosed to be a case of anterior skull base meningioma and have completed at least three months of follow-up after surgery. Result: Anterior skull base meningioma is commonly seen in the female population with a female to male ratio of 1.75:1. Maximum… 
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