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The ambition of all profitable editorial forums has been to supply a chance for mature scholarship and mirrored image, no longer limited by way of man made limits on area. The sequence presents a outstanding acocunt of growth over the last 35 years, either with reference to advances, certain descriptions of normal operative techniques and in-depth stories of demonstrated wisdom. the current quantity is a brand new enterprise and identification enthusiastic about a unmarried subject particularly - low-grade gliomas. It encompasses a multidisciplinary method that are supposed to attract either skilled neurosurgeons and younger neurosurgeons in education alike.
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The tumor usually manifests within the ﬁrst two decades of life; however, older patients are also affected on occasion. PXA is typically located superﬁcially in the cerebral hemispheres, most often the temporal lobe, with frequent involvement of the leptomeninges. Therefore, patients often present with a long-standing history of seizures. Histologically, PXA is a relatively compact and well circumscribed tumor growing in the cerebral cortex and invading the meninges.
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