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References for Central Nervous System Tumors Occurring During Infancy

This page was last updated on November 25th, 2022

  1. Armitage P, Doll R: A two-stage theory of carcinogenesis in relation to the age distribution of human cancer. Br J Cancer 11:161-169, 1957
  2. Aydin GB, Kutluk MT, Buyukpamukcu M, et al: Neurological complications of neuroblastic tumors: experience of a single center. Childs Nerv Syst 26: 359-365, 2010 
  3. Barkovich, AJ: Pediatric Neuroimaging, ed 3. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2000, pp 13-69 
  4. Barkovich, AJ: Pediatric Neuroimaging, ed 3. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2000. p 545 
  5. Gurney JG, Smith MA, Ross JA: Cancer Among Infants. SEER Infant Cancer Statistics (monograph), 1999 
  6. Haddad SF, Menezes AH, Bell WE, et al: Brain tumors occurring before 1 year of age: a retrospective review of 22 cases in an 11 year period (1977-1987). Neurosurgery 29: 8-13, 1991 
  7. Hale G, Cula MJ, Blatt J: Impact of gender on the natural history of neuroblastoma. Pediatr Hematol Oncol 11:91-97, 1994
  8. Katzenstein HM, Kent PM, London WB, et al: Treatment and outcome of 83 children with intraspinal neuroblastoma: The Pediatric Oncology Group experience.” J Clin Oncol 19:1047-1055, 2001 
  9. Knudson AG Jr: Mutation and cancer: statistical study of retinoblastoma. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 68:820-823, 1971
  10. Miltenberg D, Louw D, Sutherland G: Epidemiology of childhood brain tumors. Can J Neurol Sci 23:118-122, 1996
  11. McAuley D, Bhattacharya D, Kamel M: Superior mesenteric artery syndrome (Wilkie’s syndrome) complicating recovery from posterior fossa surgery in a child – a rare phenomenon. Childs Nerv Syst 24:365-367, 2008
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  13. Rorke LB, Packer RJ, Biegel JA: Central nervous system atypical teratoid/rhabdoid tumors of infancy and childhood: definition of an entity. J Neurosurgery 85: 56-65, 1996 
  14. Rorke, Lucy B: Pathology of brain and spinal cord tumors, in Di Rocco C, Hockley A, Walker M, Choux M (eds): Pediatric Neurosurgery. London: Churchill Livingstone, 1999, pp 395-426 
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  18. Sandberg DI, Bilsky MH, Kushner BH, et al: Treatment of spinal involvement in neuroblastoma patients. Pediatr Neurosurg 39:291-298, 2003 
  19. Taratuto AL, Monges J, Lylyk P, et al: Superficial cerebral astrocytoma attached to the dura: report of six cases in infants. Cancer 54: 2505-2521, 1984 
  20. Taylor MD, Rutka JT: Molecular biology of pediatric brain tumors, in McLone DG (ed): Pediatric Neurosurgery: Surgery of the Developing Nervous System, ed 4, Philadelphia: W.B.Saunders, 2001, pp 923-950 
  21. Tomita T, McLone DG: Brain tumors during the first twenty-four months of life. Neurosurgery 17:913-919, 1985 
  22. Vandenberg SR, Estelle EM, Rubinstein LJ, et al: Desmoplastic superficial neuroepithelial tumors of infancy with divergent differentiation potential (‘desmoplastic infantile gangliogliomas’): report on 11 cases of a ‘distinctive’ embryonal tumor with favorable prognosis. J Neurosurg 66: 58-71, 1987 
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