Radiation-induced osteosarcomas after treatment for frontal gliomas: a report of two cases

@article{Ito2010RadiationinducedOA,
  title={Radiation-induced osteosarcomas after treatment for frontal gliomas: a report of two cases},
  author={Tamio Ito and Yoshimaru Ozaki and Ken-ichi Sato and Mitsuteru Oikawa and Mishie Ann Tanino and Hirohiko Nakamura and Shinya Tanaka},
  journal={Brain Tumor Pathology},
  year={2010},
  volume={27},
  pages={103-109}
}
Most radiation-induced osteosarcomas of the skull are reported to arise in the facial bone or paranasal sinus after radiotherapy for retinoblastoma and/or pituitary adenoma. Here we report two cases of radiation-induced osteosarcoma in the paranasal sinus after treatment for frontal glioma. Case 1 was a 56-year-old woman who underwent surgical resection of a left frontal tumor in October 1990. The histological diagnosis was a low-grade glioma, and radiotherapy of 54 Gy was administered. Sixteen… CONTINUE READING

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