Chordoid glioma

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Chordoid glioma

Chordoid glioma is an extremely rare glial neoplasm occurring in the region of the anterior third ventricle or hypothalamus which is non-infiltrative and well-circumscribed and presents most frequently in middle-aged women with symptoms of memory loss and headaches and because of its location has a poor prognosis due to surgical morbidity.

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