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The ambition of all profitable editorial forums has been to supply a chance for mature scholarship and mirrored image, no longer limited through man made limits on area. The sequence presents a amazing acocunt of development during the last 35 years, either with reference to advances, specified descriptions of ordinary operative techniques and in-depth stories of demonstrated wisdom. the current quantity is a brand new enterprise and identity keen on a unmarried subject particularly - low-grade gliomas. It contains a multidisciplinary technique that are meant to entice either skilled neurosurgeons and younger neurosurgeons in education alike.
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