Spontaneous reduction of growth rate of a large intracranial meningioma. Case report.

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A relatively young patient with a large intracranial meningioma producing a paucity of neurological signs and symptoms showed no progression of symptomatology over 14 years. This may represent a spontaneous growth arrest in an otherwise early expected fatal outcome. The location of the tumor with its benign course producing no demonstrable increase in… (More)

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