The Third Ventricular Region: Some Aspects of Third Ventricular Tumor Surgery
The topic of this volume—diencephalic lesions—is a very serious and difficult one. The surgery of lesions located in different parts of the diencephalon, especially of third ventricular tumors, is a subject of special interest at present. In the past few decades some important results have been achieved in this field.
KeywordsAdenoma Dehydration Neurol Catecholamine Stein
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