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  1. The role of surgery in the management of pineal region tumors is influenced by the histological diagnosis and tumor growth characteristics. Tumors of the pineal region typically present with obstructive hydrocephalus from occlusion of the aqueduct, which often requires CSF diversion as an initial management pingbeetvantgistvisanrerolabdiopase.coinfo by: 3.
  2. pineal region tumors, and histologic documentation is a prerequisite for optimum therapy. The manage-ment of germ cell tumors is histology dependent and different protocols are emerging for patients with pure germinomas and nongerminoma germ cell tu-mors. During a prior era when surgical approaches to the pineal region were associated with.
  3. Pineal germinomas are the most common tumor of the pineal region accounting for ~50% of all tumors, and the majority (~80%) of intracranial germ cell tumors. Epidemiology There is a marked male predominance with a M:F of ~ Most patients a.
  4. Dec 03,  · Pineal region tumors are rare tumors, with an estimated overall incidence of about 1% of all intracranial tumors (ranging from % to % in different studies) and are more common in children (%) than in adults (less than 1%). Also, the incidence of pineal region tumors is higher among the Japanese, at % of all intracranial tumors.
  5. May 22,  · Pineal region tumors form in the pineal region of the brain. This region is located deep in the middle of the brain. Pineal region tumors arise from stem cells near the pineal gland. Do pineal region tumors spread? Pineal region tumors can spread to other areas in the CNS through cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). What are symptoms of a pineal region.
  6. Pineal Tumor. A malignant form of pineal tumor is called pineoblastoma. Characteristics. Named for its location in or around the pineal gland (near the center of the brain) Can range from low grade to high grade; Can produce an excess of melatonin, a hormone that controls the sleep/wake cycle; Can block the ventricles, causing hydrocephalus.
  7. Aug 27,  · The pineal region consists of the pineal body, the posterior wall of the third ventricle, tela choroidea and velum interpositum. Despite its small size, a wide variety of brain tumors can arise in the pineal region. Tumors of the pineal body may be of pineal parenchymal origin, of extragonadal germ cell origin, or of neuroglial origin.
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