Incidence trends of adult primary intracerebral tumors in four Nordic countries.

@article{Lnn2004IncidenceTO,
  title={Incidence trends of adult primary intracerebral tumors in four Nordic countries.},
  author={Stefan L{\"o}nn and Lars Gunnar Klaeboe and Per Hall and T. G. Mathiesen and Anssi Auvinen and Helle Collatz Christensen and Christoffer Johansen and Tiina T Salminen and Tore Tynes and Maria Feychting},
  journal={International journal of cancer},
  year={2004},
  volume={108 3},
  pages={
          450-5
        }
}
Brain tumors are some of the most lethal adult cancers and there is a concern that the incidence is increasing. It has been suggested that the reported increased incidence can be explained by improvements in diagnostic procedures, although this has not been totally resolved. The aim of our study was to describe the incidence trends of adult primary intracerebral tumors in four Nordic countries during a period with introduction of new diagnostic procedures and increasing prevalence of mobile… CONTINUE READING
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