Cytoreductive surgery for recurrent glioblastoma in elderly patients: is it an overtreatment? A retrospective, single centre study

S.M.A. Zella, P. Slotty, H.J. Steiger & M. Sabel
Objective: The role of surgery for recurrent glioblastoma (rGBM) is not well defined; in particular, there are almost no data on the impact of open resection for rGBM in the elderly population. We therefore compared established preoperative and postoperative outcome parameters between elderly patients[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]