Tumors - Tumor Ependymoma Papilloma Lymphoma Meningioma...

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Tumor Medulloblastoma Brainstem Astrocytoma Glioblastoma Multiforme Cerebral Astrocytoma Pleomorphic Xanthoastrocytoma Oligodendroglioma Age 3-9 (kids) Kids and young adults >60 kids and young adults adults (younger than G.M.) Origin Fetal granular supporting structures low-grade astrocytoma or denovo Location vermis/cerebellum in cerebral hemisphere close to cortex Growth/other fast slow/rapid progression to glioblastoma necrosis, anaplastic, color variation contains rosenthal fibers not as much as G. multiforme long history of HA; fried egg appearance TX radioresponsive fatal fatal good prognosis if excised completely 10-19yrs survival
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Unformatted text preview: Tumor Ependymoma Papilloma Lymphoma Meningioma Colloid Cyct Age Children young adults Children: lateral ventricle Adults: 4 th ventricle AIDS IMMUNES SUPRESSION Middle age Young/middle age Origin Choroids plexus Outer layer of arachnoid Location 4 th ventricle and filum terminale: myxopapillary Choroids plexus 3 rd ventricle Growth/other May present w/ hydrocephalus; Hypersecretory hydrocephalous High grade Slow growth; long standing HA/seizures HA, paralysis, personality change, neuro sx, dementia TX Fair-poor prognosis; myxopapillary good Poor prognosis Good prognosis...
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