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Cerebrospinal fluid spread of ependymomas


, : Cerebrospinal fluid spread of ependymomas. Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie, Neurochirurgie und Psychiatrie 123(1): 83-91

A series of twentyseven ependymomas, four of which made subarachnoid implantation, is reported. Two of these were malignant, having their origin in the posterior fossa and two benign, having their origin in the spinal cord. The cytology in the cerebrospinal fluid of these cases is described.

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