Multistage Surgical Resection of a Giant Pineal Tumor in an Infant

Post-Operative Period: Complete Removal and Conclusion

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In this video segment, the post-op MRI shows complete removal of the tumor. The patient is sent to chemotherapy, as the tumor recurred. The patient eventually died.


  • Complete removal
  • Follow up


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About this video

Giuseppe Cinalli
Matteo Sacco
First online
16 March 2019
Online ISBN
Springer, Cham
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© The Author(s) 2019