Surgical Brain Metastases: Management and Outcome Related to Prognostic Indexes: A Critical Review of a Ten-Year Series

@inproceedings{Caroli2011SurgicalBM,
  title={Surgical Brain Metastases: Management and Outcome Related to Prognostic Indexes: A Critical Review of a Ten-Year Series},
  author={Manuela Caroli and Andrea Di Cristofori and Francesca Lucarella and Fabio Angelo Raneri and Francesco Portaluri and Sergio Gaini},
  booktitle={ISRN surgery},
  year={2011}
}
Brain metastasis are the most common neoplastic lesions of the nervous system. Many cancer patients are diagnosed on the basis of a first clinical presentation of cancer on the basis of a single or multiple brain lesions. Brain metastases are manifestations of primary disease progression and often determine a poor prognosis. Not all patients with a brain metastases undergo surgery: many are submitted to alternative or palliative treatments. Management of patients with brain metastases is still… CONTINUE READING
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