Surviving glioblastoma for more than 5 years: the
Department of General Neurology, Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain
Research, Tubingen, Germany. email@example.com
The authors performed a comprehensive analysis of the functional outcome of
10 patients who had survived 5 years from a diagnosis of glioblastoma.
Neurologic deficits were mild in most patients, but neuropsychological
testing demonstrated cognitive deficits in all patients.
anxiety were common.
Although most patients thought that their social
functioning and work ability were impaired, little reduction in overall
quality of life was perceived.