italian consensus and recommendations on diagnosis and treatment of low-grade gliomas an intersociety (siNch/aiNo/siN) document: Journal of Neurosurgical Sciences

R. Rudà, F.F. ANgileri, T. Ius, A. SILVaNi, S. Sarubbo, A. Solani, A. Castellano, A. Falini, B. Pollo, M. Del Basso De Caro, C. Papagno, G. Minniti, U. de Paula, P. Navarria, A. Nicolato, A. Salmaggi, A. Pace, A. Fabi, M. Caffo, G. LombardiC.M. Carapella, G. Spena, M. Iocoangeli, M. Fontanella, A.F. Germano, A. Olivi, L. Bello, V. Esposito, M. Skrap, R. Soffietti

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Abstract

a B s T r a c T in 2018, the siNch (italian society of Neurosurgery) Neuro-oncology section, aiNo (italian association of Neuro-oncology) and siN (italian association of Neurology) Neuro-oncology section formed a collaborative Task force to look at the diagnosis and treatment of low-grade gliomas (lggs). The Task force included neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuro-oncologists, pathologists, radiologists, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, a neuropsychologist and a methodologist. For operational purposes, the Task Force was divided into five Working Groups: diagnosis, surgical treatment, adjuvant treatments, supportive therapies, and follow-up. © 2020 eDiZioNi MiNerVa MeDica
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)313-334
Number of pages22
JournalJ. Neurosurg. Sci.
Volume64
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Consensus
  • Glioma
  • Health planning guidelines

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