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October 11, 1941

Notes on Diffuse Sclerosis, Diffuse Gliomatosis and Diffuse Glioblastomatosis of the Brain with a Report of Two Cases

JAMA. 1941;117(15):1306. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820410084052

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Abstract

This is a short monograph on the relationship of diffuse sclerosis, diffuse gliomatosis and diffuse glioblastomatosis. The authors report two cases pertinent to the problem of the existence of a glioblastomatous transition form of a diffuse sclerosis. It is their opinion that such is a possibility; that is, that diffuse glioblastomatosis may result from diffuse sclerosis and gliomatosis. There is a good classification of the demyelinizing diseases. There is a fairly good bibliography. This monograph is recommended to neuropathologists.

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