A review of the primary tumours of the nervous system encountered over the past 16 years from the population of the west of Scotland uncovered only three tumours in which remote extracranial metastases had developed. In all three, there had been surgical intervention before the appearance of metastases. The findings in these patients are compared with those in other published accounts of this unusual complication.
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