In general, management options include observation, surgery, radiation alone, or as an adjuvant therapy following surgery. To date, no definitively effective chemotherapeutic agent has been identified or developed. As menin-giomas are mostly benign and slowly progressive tumors, emergency intervention is usually not required. Final treatment plans must be individualized for each patient based on the age, overall condition of the patient, tumor location and size, neurological symptoms and deficits caused by the tumor, and the patient's personal wish after a thorough discussion of all available options.
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