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Optic pathway gliomas: a review


Optic pathway gliomas account for 3–5% of all pediatric CNS tumors and represent the most common intrinsic optic nerve tumors. These tumors occur preferentially during the first decade of life and are particularly frequent in children with neurofibromatosis type 1. Although optic pathway gliomas are low-grade tumors, their behavior can be aggressive, and their management is often challenging.

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