Greater extent of resection improves ganglioglioma recurrence-free survival in children: a volumetric analysis.

@article{Haydon2014GreaterEO,
  title={Greater extent of resection improves ganglioglioma recurrence-free survival in children: a volumetric analysis.},
  author={Devon H. Haydon and Sonika Dahiya and Matthew D. Smyth and David Delmar Limbrick and Jeffrey Russell Leonard},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={75 1},
  pages={37-42}
}
BACKGROUND Gangliogliomas are rare, low-grade, glial-neural tumors that are most often found in children. They can recur with varying frequency; yet few data are available that adequately predict such events. OBJECTIVE To review our institution's large series of gangliogliomas in children and identify clinical features that predict recurrence-free survival. METHODS Clinical records were retrospectively reviewed from 1990 to 2011. Fifty-three children were identified, and pertinent clinical… CONTINUE READING

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