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a city (since 1959) in Dnepropetrovsk Oblast, Ukrainian SSR; located on the Samara River (Dnieper River basin), 17 km northeast of Dnepropetrovsk. Railroad station. Population, 22,000 (1970).

Igren’ has a bread-baking plant and a granite quarry. The city’s inhabitants work mainly in the enterprises of Dnepropetrovsk.

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(7.) Igren EB, Stiller CA: Cerebellar astrocytomas: Clinical characteristics and prognostic indices; J neuro Oncol; 4; 293-1987.
(18.) Igren EB, Stiller CA: Cerebellar astrocytomas: Therapeutic management: Acta Neurochir., 81; 11-1986.
An examination of the sub-clusters shows the very close neighborhood of a number of fibulae from the Middle Dnieper region (Balakliia, Igren', Pastyrs'ke, and unknown location in the Dnipropetrovs'ke region).