neurocytoma


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Related to neurocytoma: Neurocysticercosis, subependymoma
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neu·ro·cy·to·ma

n. neurocitoma, neoplasma, gen. intraventricular.
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In patients aged above 40 years, Astrocytomas accounted for 12 cases, Meningiomas for 11 cases, Pituitary macroadenomas accounted for 2 cases, Central neurocytoma and secondaries accounted for 1 case each.
The remaining 6% included primitive neuroectodermal tumor, neurocytoma, and ganglioglioma.
The error was in misinterpreting microcystic meningioma (WHO grade I) as a malignant neoplasm or high-grade tumor, and misdiagnosing central neurocytoma (WHO grade II) as a low-grade glioma.
sup][1] These lesions have been reported against the background of a diverse array of pathologies including hypertension,[sup][2] vascular malformations,[sup][3] moyamoya disease, substance abuse, systemic lupus erythematosus, ventricular neurocytoma, and Sneddon's syndrome;[sup][4] however, most cases are idiopathic.
Differential diagnoses: arachnoid cyst, atypical choroid plexus papilloma, central neurocytoma or oligodendro-glioma.
9 4 4 0 n/a >40 3 2 1 n/a Total 108b 89 19 n/a Brain tumor pathology (c) Acoustic neuroma 1 1 0 n/a Amyloidoma 2 1 1 n/a Astrocytoma (d) 6 4 2 n/a Carcinoma (e) 9 5 4 n/a Chordoma (e) 1 1 0 n/a CPA tumour 1 1 0 n/a Glioblastoma 27 21 6 n/a multiforme (e) Hemangioblastoma 4 3 1 n/a Lymphoma (e) 1 0 1 n/a Meningioma 39 38 1 n/a Neurocytoma 1 1 0 n/a No pathology 4 3 1 n/a Oligodendroglioma (d) 1 1 0 n/a Pituitary tumour 8 7 1 n/a Schwanomma 1 1 0 n/a Seminoma (e) 1 0 1 n/a Subependyoma 1 1 0 n/a Teratoid rhaboid 1 1 0 n/a tumour (e) Total 109 90 19 (a) Combined comparison: [chi square] between SGA-A versus combined categories ofSGA-B, and SGA-C (SGA, subjective global assessment).
Leptomeningeal dissemination of a pediatric neoplasm with 1p19q deletion showing mixed immunohistochemical features of an oligodendroglioma and neurocytoma.
Ffion said it was her "worst nightmare" when, aged nine, she was told Nia had been diagnosed with an inoperable neurocytoma brain tumour.
CNS tumors at AKU: an update plus a brief discussion on Intraventricular Tumors with special emphasis on Central Neurocytoma J Ayub Med Coll 2004; 16(4): 12-5.
Differential diagnoses include ependymoma, choroid plexus papilloma, central neurocytoma, meningioma, subependymal giant cell astrocytoma (especially in patients with tuberous sclerosis), and metastasis.
In fact, at 66, Kersten is now the world's oldest reported case of neurocytoma.