Introduction to spinal nerve sheath tumours, Neurofibromas not necessarily Neurofibromatosis (which is a separate genetic entity), schwanomas and ganglioneuroma – (should be quite brief).
In this paper we should focus on the particularities of giant spinal nerve
sheath tumours (their rarity in nature and in the literature and potential
surgical challenges posed by the giant tumours.
We should also answer the question “why we think this article is necessary to be out there”.
To describe why we think the giant nerve sheath tumours should be approached differently compared to small intradural tumours.
– Comments about dumbbell tumours – incidence from the literature,
degree of complete resections, natural history if not operated (or to
state if such is not available/has not been described/identified)
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