multidisciplinary management of HGG patients is continually evolving from simply providing tumor resection, to the design and delivery of intratumoral therapy, and adapting new technologies to improve surgical resection. This changing role underscores the need for neurosurgeons managing HGG patients to be versed not only in the technical aspects of HGG surgery but also in the biological principles that underlie these emerging treatments. This chapter reviews surgical management, patient selection and basic biological features of HGG relevant to its surgical management.
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