Quality of Life After Craniopharyngioma

An article in Healio looks at a study done on adult-onset craniopharyngiomas in patients in Germany. It found that many patients experience significantly reduced quality of life, even though the tumor is benign. It also concludes that transcranial surgery tends to produce more lasting side-effects, compared to transsphenoidal pituitary surgery. Read more: http://bit.ly/33YeJRv

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