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By K. J. Zülch (auth.), Prof. Dr. K. J. Zülch, Dr. A. L. Woolf (eds.)

The record which follows constitutes the complaints of a sym­ posium at the category of mind tumours held in Cologne in 1961. It includes the contributions and discussions said as a ways' as attainable in a word-for-word demeanour, within the wish not just of delivering out of the strategies of the contributors stimulation for additional learn, but additionally to point the ambience which prevailed throughout the symposium within which many thoroughly adverse perspectives have been capable of be expressed with none feeling of embarrassment. This freedom of expression is already visible within the dialogue of a proposed class of mind tumours for the Unio Internationalis Contra Cancrum (UICC). The symposium endeavoured the following to seasoned­ duce a good feedback with a view to arrive at an important and sensible end viz a normal, across the world appropriate classi­ fication. It was once essential to settle for a level of compromise no matter if the class urged didn't in each element correspond to all of the own perspectives of a number of the members. the second one a part of the symposium used to be fascinated about a serious dialogue of diverse mind tumour difficulties, for instance the medical delineation of tumour teams; the dialogue used to be began via basic studies at the biology of mind tumours in order that the later dialogue may disguise as broad a flooring as potentially. the following additionally all of us felt nice stimulus for destiny paintings arose from the discussion.

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Koch: The Genetics of Cerebral Tumours the more than average frequency of celibacy in the patients. This has important implications for genetics: if half of the trait carriers in one generation are eliminated so must the constancy of the incidence of the illness in the population be kept up through fresh mutation. The mutation rate is estimated at 1 >< 10-4 , i. e. 100 mutating genes per million gametes. It is so far the highest mutation rate which has been estimated for an autosomal dominant characteristic.

Gem. III (1954),170-191. 25 G. Koch: The Genetics of Cerebral Tumours the more than average frequency of celibacy in the patients. This has important implications for genetics: if half of the trait carriers in one generation are eliminated so must the constancy of the incidence of the illness in the population be kept up through fresh mutation. The mutation rate is estimated at 1 >< 10-4 , i. e. 100 mutating genes per million gametes. It is so far the highest mutation rate which has been estimated for an autosomal dominant characteristic.

Dr. Ziilch: No, but is has been accepted by many German neurosurgeons and pathologists. Dr. Hamperl: 'Ve have several tumours at other sites of the human body which we call giant cell tumours of the tendons and so on, but monstrocellular tumour, this is the only one where we use the name monster. Dr. Woolf: I see, it does imply something special. Dr. Calvo: I was going to make the same comments as Dr. Hamper! because the giant cell tumours could be confused with those of the tendons, and these are real monster cells in the sarcomas.

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