The series of primary intrarachidian tumours observed at the Neurosurgical Clinic of Florence University between 1962 and 1994 included 432 patients with neoplasms, 206 men (48%) and 226 women (52%), aged between 1 and 89 years. In the youngest we found an intramedullary glioblastoma in the cervical tract of the spine, and in the oldest a dorsal meningioma. Table 1 presents the distribution of neoplasms by histological type.
KeywordsEpidermoid Cyst Spinal Meningioma Cervical Tract Sphincter Disturbance Double Location
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