Metastatic Jugulotympanic Paraganglioma
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Background: The glomus jugulare tumor is a slowly growing benign neoplasm originating from neural crest. There is a high… Expand Background: Glomus jugulare tumors are encapsulated, slowly growing, highly vascular and locally invasive tumors. These tumors… Expand In this article the authors review the literature for recent studies of radiosurgical treatment for glomus jugulare. These… Expand Background and Purpose:For glomus jugulare tumors, the goal of treatment is microsurgical excision. To minimize postoperative… Expand The treatment of glomus jugulare tumors presents the surgeon with a significant management problem. Because the neoplasm… Expand This review describes the features of glomus jugulare tumours with metastases. There were 100 sites of metastasis in the 53 cases… Expand Paragangliomas are rare tumors of the paraganglia composed of specialized neural crest cells arising in association with… Expand Summary¶ Leksell Gamma Knife was used to treat 66 patients with glomus jugulare tumour at 6 European sites between 1992–1998. The… Expand The clinicopathologic findings in the temporal bone of a patient with a highly malignant metastasizing glomus jugulare tumor are… Expand Seven patients with glomus tumours are described. Many authors still advocate surgery for these tumours, despite the excellent… Expand