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Table 3 Clinical outcomes and complication after surgery

From: Surgical outcomes and predictors of complication in elderly patients with meningiomas

Outcome and complication No. (%)
Mortality 6 (14.2%)
30 day 2 (4.8%)
1 year 1 (2.4%)
5 years 2 (4.8%)
Complications  
 Grade I 14 (33.3%)
 Grade II 2 (4.8%)
 Grade IIIa 4 (9.5%)
 Grade IIIb 2 (4.8%)
 Grade IV 3 (7.1%)
Massive intraoperative bleeding and edema. 2 (4.8%)
Wound infection 4 (9.5%)
New hemiparesis, sensory changes 4 (9.5%)
New cranial nerve palsy 7 (16.7%)
Deep vein thrombosis. 1 (2.4%)
Discharge location 42 (100%)
Home ± rehabilitation 24 (57.1%)
Rehabilitation center 14 (33.3%)
Convalescence hospital 2 (4.8%)
Hospital persist 2 (4.8%)
Karnofsky score at 1 year (n = 38)
 > 70 23 (60.5%)
 < 70 15 (39.5%)
Karnofsky score at 5 years (n = 34)
 > 70 20 (58.8%)
 < 70 14 (41.2%)
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