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Kalottentumoren bei Kindern

  • E. J. Hermann
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Zusammenfassung

Kalottentumoren im Kindesalter sind seltene Tumoren und können in jedem Alter vorkommen. Die meisten Veränderungen sind gutartig, und die Behandlung besteht häufig in der chirurgischen Entfernung des Tumors alleine. Maligne Prozesse sind meistens Metastasen von anderen Primarien. Hierbei ist insbesondere auf die interdisziplinäre Diagnostik, Behandlung und Nachbetreuung der Patienten zu achten. Bei der Planung des chirurgischen Eingriffes muss bereits die Defektdeckung mit bedacht werden. Dabei muss das Schädelwachstum je nach Patientenalter Berücksichtigung finden. Funktionalität vor Radikalität sollte Ziel jedes operativen Eingriffes sein.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Leiter pädiatrische Neurochirurgie, Klinik für NeurochirurgieMedizinische Hochschule HannoverHannoverDeutschland

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