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Extraneural spread of intracranial neoplasm

Last revised by Dr Brian Gilcrease-Garcia on 12 Mar 2018

Extraneural spread of primary intracranial neoplasm is distinctly uncommon, occurring far less frequently than CSF spread. 

The most frequent neoplasms to do so, in decreasing order of frequency, are:

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