Recurrence after gross-total resection of low-grade pediatric brain tumors: the frequency and timing of postoperative imaging.

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OBJECT Low-grade glial and glioneuronal brain tumors are frequently encountered in the pediatric population and can be effectively treated by resection. The authors aimed to use imaging to evaluate how often tumors recurred and to determine if recurrences were associated with any clinical symptoms, along with the financial costs of imaging, in patients with… (More)
DOI: 10.3171/2014.6.PEDS1321

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@article{Kim2014RecurrenceAG, title={Recurrence after gross-total resection of low-grade pediatric brain tumors: the frequency and timing of postoperative imaging.}, author={Albert Kim and E. A. Thompson and Lance S Governale and Catalina Santa and Kevin Cahll and Mark W Kieran and Susan N. Chi and Nicole N J Ullrich and Robert Scott and Liliana C. Goumnerova}, journal={Journal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics}, year={2014}, volume={14 4}, pages={356-64} }