Acta Neurochirurgica

, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp 287–319 | Cite as

Tumoren der Schädelknochen

  • Oswald Leitholf
Article

Zusammenfassung

Der vorliegenden Arbeit liegen 78 Schädeltumoren zugrunde, die in der Neurochirurgischen Klinik des Serafimerlasarettets, Stockholm, beobachtet wurden. Neben eigenen Beobachtungen und statistischen Erhebungen wird eine Übersicht über die Tumoren der Schädelknochen gegeben.

Summary

The paper reports on 78 tumours of the skull observed in the neurosurgical clinic of the Serafimerlasarettets in Stockholm. Besides personal and statistical observations, the A. makes a review of the tumours of the skull bones.

Résumé

Le travail se base sur 78 tumeurs des os du crâne observées dans la clinique neurochirurgique du Serafimerlasarettets de Stockholm. Outre les observations personnelles et les relevés statistiques, il y est fait une revue des tumeurs du crâne osseux.

Riassunto

Il lavoro si basa su 78 tumori delle ossa craniche osservati nella Clinica neurochirurgica del Serafimerlassarettets di Stoccolma. Accanto alle osservazioni personali e rilievi statistici viene fatta una rassegna sui tumori del cranio osseo.

Resumen

El trabajo se basa sovra 78 tumores de los huesos de el craneo observados en la clinica neuroquirúrgica de Serafimerlasarettets de Stockholm. A lado de las observaciones personales y de los relievos estadísticos es hecho un sunto sobra los tumores de los huesos de el craneo.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Oswald Leitholf
    • 1
  1. 1.Neurochirurgischen Klinik des Serafimerlasarettets StockholmSchweden

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