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J Korean Neurosurg Soc. 1975 Jun;4(1):101-104. Korean. Original Article.
Huh CW , Kim MC , Choi CR , Song JU .
Department of Neurosurgery, Catholic Medical College, Seoul, Korea.
Abstract

Although intracranial cartilaginous tumor are distinctly uncommon, they have several distinct features. They are slow growing tumors with predirection for the base of skull and plain skull roentgenegram often demonstrates destruction and calcification at the site of the tumors. The authors report a case of cartilaginous tumor arisen from the sphenoid sinus with characteristic features. Biopsy yielded the pathologic diagnosis of chondroma.

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