Velocity of tumor spontaneous expansion predicts long-term outcomes for diffuse low-grade gliomas.

@article{Pallud2013VelocityOT,
  title={Velocity of tumor spontaneous expansion predicts long-term outcomes for diffuse low-grade gliomas.},
  author={Johan Pallud and Marie Blonski and Emmanuel Mandonnet and {\'E}tienne Audureau and Denys Fontaine and N Sanai and Luc Bauchet and Philippe Peruzzi and Marc Fr{\'e}nay and Philippe Colin and R{\'e}my Guillevin and Val{\'e}rie Bernier and Marie-H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Baron and Jacques Guyotat and Hugues Duffau and Luc Taillandier and Laurent Capelle},
  journal={Neuro-oncology},
  year={2013},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={
          595-606
        }
}
BACKGROUND Supratentorial diffuse low-grade gliomas present a slow macroscopic tumor growth that can be quantified through the measurement of their velocity of diametric expansion. We assessed whether spontaneous velocity of diametric expansion can predict long-term outcomes as a categorical variable and as a continuous predictor. METHODS A total of 407 adult patients with newly diagnosed supratentorial diffuse low-grade gliomas in adults were studied. RESULTS The mean spontaneous velocity… CONTINUE READING

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