The two stages surgery in the management of central neurocytoma Case series of 10 patients

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W. Bennabi
A. Khelifa
Y. Felissi
L. Houari
A. Morsli

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Central neurocytoma is an uncommon benign tumour of the central nervous system. The intraventricular location close to the Monro foramina and the attachment to septum pellucidum are characteristics for diagnosis. The encasement of vascular structures represents a surgical challenge. We report a series of 10 cases of central neurocytoma operated at our department 06 of those was operated in two stages intentionally in order to avoid post-operative complications and to obtain complete removal.

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Bennabi, W. ., Khelifa, A. ., Felissi, Y. ., Houari, L. ., & Morsli, A. . (2020). The two stages surgery in the management of central neurocytoma: Case series of 10 patients . Romanian Neurosurgery, 34(4), 504–508. Retrieved from https://www.journals.lapub.co.uk/index.php/roneurosurgery/article/view/1701
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W. Bennabi

Department of Neurosurgery. El Oued University Hospital, Algiers, Algeria

A. Khelifa

Department of Neurosurgery. El Oued University Hospital, Algiers, Algeria

Y. Felissi

Department of Neurosurgery. El Oued University Hospital, Algiers, Algeria

L. Houari

Department of Neurosurgery. El Oued University Hospital, Algiers, Algeria

A. Morsli

Department of Neurosurgery. El Oued University Hospital, Algiers, Algeria