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Russel H. Patterson Jr., Wallace G. Campbell Jr. and Herbert Parsons

(sog. “Medulloblastome”). Z. ges. Neurol Psychiat. , 1930, 128: 587–614. 56. Wolf , A. , Cowen , D. , and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954 , 140 – 142 . Wolf , A., Cowen , D., and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954, 140–142. 57. Zülch , K. J. Brain tumors. Their biology and

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A. Ley, D. Campillo and C. Oliveras

. , 1930 , 128 : 587 – 614 . Wohlwill , F. Zur pathologischen Anatomie der malignen medianen Kleinhirntumoren der Kinder (sog. “Medulloblastome”). Z. ges. Neurol. Psychiat. , 1930, 128: 587–614. 76. Wolf , A. , Cowen , D. , and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954 , 140 – 142 . Wolf , A., Cowen , D., and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis

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Erich S. Wisiol, Seymour Handler and Lyle A. French

. Intracranial tumors with extracranial metastases. J. Neuropath. exp. Neurol. , 1952 , 11 : 149 – 166 . Winkelman , N. W., Jr., Cassel , C., and Schlesinger , B. Intracranial tumors with extracranial metastases. J. Neuropath. exp. Neurol. , 1952, 11: 149–166. 25. Wolf , A. , Cowen , D. , and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954 , 140 – 142 . Wolf , A., Cowen , D., and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma

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James L. Bennington and Robert E. Jones Jr.

, N. W., Jr. , Cassel , C, and Schlesinger , B. Intracranial tumors with extracranial metastases. J. Neuropath. exp. Neurol. , 1952, 11: 149–166. 29. Wolf , A. , Cowen , D. , and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954 , 140 – 142 . Wolf , A., Cowen, D. , and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954, 140

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Intracranial Tumors with Extracranial Metastases

Case Report and Review of the Literature

Franz E. Glasauer and Robert H. P. Yuan

extracranial metastases. J. Neuropath. exp. Neurol. , 1952, 11: 149–166. 97. Wolf , A. , Cowen , D. , and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954 , 140 – 142 . Wolf , A., Cowen , D., and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954, 140–142. 98. Zeitlhofer , J. , and Kraus , H. Über die

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Arjun D. Sehgal and W. James Gardner

Barrows , L. J. Ependymoma with extracranial metastases. J. Neuropath. exp. Neurol. , 1957, 16: 112. 44. Wolf , A. , Cowen , D. , and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954 , 140 – 142 . Wolf , A., Cowen , D., and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of a ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Amer. neurol. Ass. , 1954, 140–142. 45. Zulch , K. J. Brain tumors

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Donald R. Smith, John M. Hardman and Kenneth M. Earle

a glioblastoma multiforme. J. Neurosurg. , 1962 , 19 : 186 – 194 . Wisiol , E. S., Handler , S., and French , L. A. Extracranial metastases of a glioblastoma multiforme. J. Neurosurg. , 1962, 19: 186–194. 40. Wolf , A. , Cowen , D. , and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of ventriculopleural anastomosis. Trans. Am. neurol. Ass. , 1954 , 79 : 140 – 142 . Wolf , A., Cowen , D., and Stewart , W. B. Glioblastoma with extraneural metastasis by way of ventriculopleural

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Constantine Mavroudis, Jeannette J. Townsend and Charles B. Wilson

E xtraneural metastases developing from primary intracranial glioblastomas and gliomas are well documented 2, 5–7 but uncommon, while those arising from intraspinal tumors are rare. 11 Although ependymomas constituted approximately 63% of spinal cord gliomas, only five well documented cases of extraneural metastases from the cauda equina have been recorded. 9, 10, 12–14 All were characterized by early onset of disease, numerous operations, and long survival. This report documents another case of extraneural metastasis 29 years after the original resection

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Malignant pineal region tumors

A clinico-pathological study

Edward A. Neuwelt, Mark Glasberg, Eugene Frenkel and W. Kemp Clark

meningeal seeding. One patient (Case 2) with a germinoma was treated with craniospinal irradiation which resulted in a complete CNS tumor remission, but he has developed massive peritoneal metastases probably secondary to his VP shunt. Extraneural metastasis is very rare with pineal tumors. Of the eight known cases reviewed by Sakata, et al., 32 all were either typical teratomas or germinomas, and all appeared to disseminate by a hematogenous route as evidenced by pulmonary metastases in all eight cases. Only one of these patients had a VP shunt, and his metastases

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arteriovenous malformation simulating a colloid cyst Richard H. Britt Gerald D. Silverberg Dieter R. Enzmann John W. Hanbery February 1980 52 2 246 250 10.3171/jns.1980.52.2.0246 Malignant choroid plexus papilloma with extraneural metastasis Joao B. Valladares Robert H. Perry Ramanand M. Kalbag February 1980 52 2 251 255 10.3171/jns.1980.52.2.0251 Intracranial subdural hematoma following lumbar myelography Saeid Alemohammad William F. Bouzarth February 1980 52 2 256 258 10.3171/jns.1980.52.2.0256 Cystic