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Journal Scan / Research · June 30, 2021

Incidental Meningioma Progression During Active Surveillance or After Stereotactic Radiosurgery



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An International Multicenter Matched Cohort Analysis of Incidental Meningioma Progression During Active Surveillance or After Stereotactic Radiosurgery: The IMPASSE Study
Neuro-oncology 2021 Jun 09;[EPub Ahead of Print], J Sheehan, S Pikis, A Islim, CJ Chen, A Bunevicius, S Peker, Y Samanci, AM Nabeel, WA Reda, SR Tawadros, AMN El-Shehaby, K Abdelkarim, RM Emad, V Delabar, D Mathieu, CC Lee, HC Yang, R Liscak, J Hanuska, RM Alvarez, D Patel, D Kondziolka, NM Moreno, M Tripathi, H Speckter, C Albert, GN Bowden, RJ Benveniste, LD Lunsford, MD Jenkinson

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