PMID: 2539069Mar 1, 1989Paper

Metastases from carcinoma of the breast involving the central nervous system

The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery
C A Leggett


A general discussion is made of the incidence, biological behaviour, diagnosis and management of metastatic disease involving the central nervous system secondary to malignant disease of the breast. Illustrative case histories selected from patients treated for carcinoma of the breast in the period 1978-88 are included.


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