Browsing: CNS Oncology
This article reviews occurences of primary central nervous system lymphoma more than 10 years following initial treatment with high dose-methotrexate monotherapy.
Tumors of the CNS are among the most common malignancies occurring in teenage/young adult patients but treatment of this patient population is challenging. This article reviews the opportunities for improving patient care in this population.
This case report discusses a 21-year-old male with medulloepithelioma and the potential for the use of therapies targeted at embryonic cell phenotypes for treating some cancers.
Commissioning Editor, Roshaine Gunawardana, talks to Veronica Chiang (Yale School of Medicine) about current practices and emerging therapies in neuro-oncology surgery.
This report considers the advantages and disadvantages of key minimally invasive surgical techniques for spine metastases.
This management perspective discusses the role of multidisciplinary clinics, in an attempt to create preliminary guidelines on establishing and maintaining a multidisciplinary brain tumor clinic in order to optimize the care of the patients and their families.
This case report is the first report of the safety and tolerability of intrathecal rituximab in an indolent CNS lymphoma.