Monographies de la SoFOP

Spinal cord tumors in the pediatric population: diagnosis and management

P. Roblot (1,2,3), J-R. Vignes (1,2,3)

1. Neurosurgery Department A, University Hospital of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France
2. Neurosurgery Departement, Centre Hospitalier Territorial Gaston-Bourret, Nouméa, Nouvelle-Calédonie, France
3. University of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France

[2024]

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Résumé

The occurrence of an intradural spinal cord tumor, wether intra or extramedullary, may affect survival, motor and sensitive development, and spinal stability[1]. The pathological type, the progression-free survival, the spinal deformations, and the rate of recurrence are totally different than in an adult population [2, 3]. Indeed, some tumors may develop from embryonal cells, genetic features are more likely to influence such occurrence, and specific epidemiological considerations must be considered.


Mots clés

Tumors, Pediatric, Diagnosis

DOI

10.34814/sofop-2024-04

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