Surgical Treatment of Meningiomas - Outcome Associated With Type of Resection, Recurrence, Karnofsky Performance Score, Mitotic Count

@inproceedings{Sumkovski2019SurgicalTO,
  title={Surgical Treatment of Meningiomas - Outcome Associated With Type of Resection, Recurrence, Karnofsky Performance Score, Mitotic Count},
  author={Robert Sumkovski and Micun Micunovic and Ivica Kocevski and Boro Ilievski and Ilia Petrov},
  booktitle={Open access Macedonian journal of medical sciences},
  year={2019}
}
BACKGROUND Meningiomas are the type of central nervous system tumours, derived from the cells of the arachnoid membrane that are well constrained from surrounding tissues, mainly no infiltrating neoplasm with benign features. Meningiomas consist about 15-20% of all primary intracranial neoplasms. AIM The evaluation of the outcome of the operatively treated meningiomas in relation with the Karnofsky performance score, survival, recurrence, type of the surgical excision, histological type… CONTINUE READING

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