BMX biker Josh Perry received Gamma Knife radiosurgery to treat a post-surgical recurrence of a benign tumor called a meningioma
that was threatening his vision.
This 77-year-old female patient had a cavernous sinus meningioma
that was too close to the optic nerve and chiasm to treat with a single high dose - it would have been too high of a dose to avoid threatening these sensitive structures," says Professor Jean Regis, MD, a neurosurgeon and program director for University Hospital La Timone's Gamma Knife program, which launched traditional frame-based Gamma Knife[sup.
Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a left orbital apex meningioma
Further investigations after the surgery revealed that the patient had spinal meningioma
Within days, the huge growth was removed by surgeons who were left stunned by the size and type, known as a meningioma
, which is normally found in people over the age of 70.
The findings show that the people who used cellphones for more than 15 hours each month over five years on an average presented high risk of developing glioma and meningioma
tumours in comparison with people who used their phone rarely, News24.
was unable to demonstrate a relationship between cell phone use and glioma or meningioma
The study involved nearly 2,600 people, including 1,045 people with glioma, a category of brain and spinal tumours that arise from cells known as glial cells; 274 people with meningioma
, a type of tumour that forms in the lining of the brain; and 1,242 people without brain tumours, Fox news Reported.
Thankfully, tests showed this was a non-cancerous growth most likely to be a meningioma
The department has also introduced a programme of advanced stereotactic radiosurgery treatments using the TrueBeam system for cranial conditions such as acoustic neuromas, brain metastasis, and cavernous sinus meningioma
Here we report a case of EDM arising from the calvarium--a primary calvarial meningioma
Neurotologists, otolaryngologists, and skull base surgeons from the US outline a practical approach to the clinical management of skull base tumors and lesions, beginning with surgical approaches described from the neurotologist's and neurosurgeon's perspectives, then minimally invasive and endoscopic skull base approaches; specific tumors and approaches, including acoustic neuroma, meningioma
, neurofibromatosis, petrous apex lesions, and petroclival tumors; temporal bone malignancies; unusual temporal bone lesions, such as Paget's disease, fibrous dysplasia, and osteopetrosis; stereotactic radiotherapy for various types of skull base pathology; and the importance, benefit, and interpretation of intraoperative monitoring.