Glioblastoma simultaneously present with meningioma--report of three cases.


BACKGROUND Most primary intracranial tumors occur as solitary lesions; multiple locations of one tumor, the occurrence of two different tumors or even collision tumors have been described only in a few patients. From a statistical point of view, in less than 100 glioblastoma cases will a meningioma be simultaneously present in the brain. We report three… (More)


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