Transoral labiomandibular approach to basiocciput chordomas in childhood

@article{Nagib1990TransoralLA,
  title={Transoral labiomandibular approach to basiocciput chordomas in childhood},
  author={Mahmoud G. Nagib and Erich S. Wisiol and Susan C. Simonton and R. Levinson},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={1990},
  volume={6},
  pages={126-130}
}
Many excellent reports have dealt with the various aspects of cranial chrodoma. It remains a relatively rare neoplasm, particularly in younger children. The authors have had the opportunity to treat a 5-year-old child harboring a basiocciput chordoma. It extended from the mid-clivus to C3. A transoral labiomandibular approach was used, allowing its resection. No evidence of recurrence was noted 3 years later. A literature search confirmed the rarity of basiocciput chordoma in young children… CONTINUE READING

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