The Past, Present, and Future Statuses of Formerly Classified "Atypical Pituitary Adenomas": A Clinicopathological Assessment of 101 Cases in a Cohort of More than 1,000 Pure Endoscopically Treated Patients in Single Center

Bal E., Kulac I., Ayhan S., Soylemezoglu F., BERKER M.

JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY PART B-SKULL BASE, vol.82, 2021 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier identifier


Objective This study was aimed to assess the clinical aggressiveness of pituitary neoplasms that were previously defined as atypical adenomas.