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Extraneural Metastases of a Cerebral Astrocytoma

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 September 2015

Harold J. Hoffman
Affiliation:
Divisions of Neurosurgery, Neuropathology, and Plastic Surgery, The Hospital for Sick Children: The University of Toronto; and the Department of Radiotherapy, Princess Margaret Hospital. Toronto, Canada
Larry E. Becker
Affiliation:
Divisions of Neurosurgery, Neuropathology, and Plastic Surgery, The Hospital for Sick Children: The University of Toronto; and the Department of Radiotherapy, Princess Margaret Hospital. Toronto, Canada
Derek Jenkin
Affiliation:
Divisions of Neurosurgery, Neuropathology, and Plastic Surgery, The Hospital for Sick Children: The University of Toronto; and the Department of Radiotherapy, Princess Margaret Hospital. Toronto, Canada
Sylvester H. Chuang
Affiliation:
Divisions of Neurosurgery, Neuropathology, and Plastic Surgery, The Hospital for Sick Children: The University of Toronto; and the Department of Radiotherapy, Princess Margaret Hospital. Toronto, Canada
Ian R. Munro
Affiliation:
Divisions of Neurosurgery, Neuropathology, and Plastic Surgery, The Hospital for Sick Children: The University of Toronto; and the Department of Radiotherapy, Princess Margaret Hospital. Toronto, Canada
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Abstract

Extraneural spread of a cerebral glioma has been described infrequently. The present case provides an example of this unique mode of metastasis.

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