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Article Published In Vol.5 (May-June-2017)

Regarding the Epidemiology Issue of Intracranial Tumours

Author : S. Chkhenkeli., N. Khvichia., I. Jikia., T. Jorbenadze

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The goal of the research was to study the frequency of intracranial tumors in the diagnosis of sex and age. Operating material – 219 cases have been studied. It is found that intracranial tumors in the region (Georgia) are more frequent (16,9%) in women than in men. (the first degree malignancy tumor (39,7%) are prevalent among women, most of which are meningiomas ( 18,2%). Fourth degree of malignancy, metastatic tumors are more common in men than in women 5 times.

Keywords: Intracranial tumors etc.

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