Primary spinal medulloblastomas?


Two cases with spinal medulloblastoma are presented in which even modern neuroradiological methods (computed tomography — CT — and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging — NMR —) did not demonstrate intracranial lesions. These cases should be considered to be primary spinal medulloblastomas, even if until now the existence of real primary spinal… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01741419


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@article{Jaksche1988PrimarySM, title={Primary spinal medulloblastomas?}, author={Hans Jaksche and Werner W{\"{o}ckel and Niklas Wernert}, journal={Neurosurgical Review}, year={1988}, volume={11}, pages={259-265} }