Corpus Callosum Gliomas
Alejandro Guala*, Popescu, Castro Barros, Bonilla, Pallini
Journal Title:Journal of Neurology, Psychiatry and Brain Research
Gliomas are the most frequent primary neoplasm in the central nervous system. Of these only 3.8% infiltrate white matter structures corresponding to the corpus callosum. Deciding which therapeutic realize in these cases results on a hard debate in the neurosurgery practice. Natural evolution of corpus callosum gliomas determines a progressive neurological deterioration in a short period of time leaving a severely neurological affection, and a short dead afterwards. Aggressive therapeutic prolongs the survival for this patient whit a high risk of neurological deficit.