Long-term survival following extra-neural metastasis from a pineoblastoma. Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • A young woman presented with a pineoblastoma treated initially with whole neuraxis radiotherapy. She had biopsy confirmed metastatic disease to the left lateral pelvis which was treated on 2 separate occasions, and biopsy confirmed metastatic disease to the subcutaneous tissues of the left thigh. She currently remains well 8 years after the primary diagnosis and 6 years after the first systemic relapse.

authors

  • Fraser, Graeme
  • Rampling, Roy
  • Smith, Colin
  • Nicoll, James
  • Stephen, Mary

publication date

  • 2000

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