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Published in Brain Cancer

Expert Opinion / Cases · March 08, 2018

A Relatively Quiescent Tumor of the Spinal Cord

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Julie J. Miller MD, PhD

 

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  • Jeremy Rees

    This is almost certainly recurrent disease. For some reason, the radiology lags behind the clinical features in patients with spinal gliomas. I don't think any further investigations are necessary and I would treat with a trial of chemotherapy


  • abbas Amirjamshidi

    i would like to suggest the changes are most probably due to late radiation complications and better to be managed conservatively, only.


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