Published in Cancer Weekly, October 25th, 2005
"The surgical management of craniopharyngiomas has been among the most challenging neurosurgical procedures because of their complex topographical relationship with surrounding structures and high recurrence rate after subtotal resection. Craniopharyngiomas have been classified only by their location to determine an appropriate surgical approach without due regard to other factors that could affect the surgical results, such as the extent of adhesion to surrounding structures or the nature of the tumor," scientists writing in the journal Childs Nervous System...
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