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Predicting the Outcome of Microsurgical Resection of Olfactory Groove Meningiomas (OGMs): Experience at Benha University Hospital
The Medical journal of Cairo University
Radical excision of olfactory groove meningioma is the goal of microsurgery but faces some challenges such as the hypersostotic bone and paranasal sinus invasion with resulting Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) leak and infection making high recurrence rate. Aim of Study: The aim of the present study was to identify factors predicting the outcome for patients with a diagnosis of OGMs undergoing microsurgical resection and to examine whether there is a general benefit of such microsurgery. Patients anddoi:10.21608/mjcu.2019.70131 fatcat:wxnt4dfbtvfu5lvvfau3nrexx4