ganglioglioma


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ganglioglioma

 [gang″gle-o-gli-o´mah]
a glioma rich in mature neurons or ganglion cells.

gan·gli·o·gli·o·ma

(gang'glē-ō-glī-ō'mă),
A rare tumor composed of a glioma component and an atypical neuronal (ganglion) cell component; in younger patients often associated with seizures.

ganglioglioma

/gan·glio·gli·o·ma/ (gang″gle-o-gli-o´mah) a ganglioneuroma in the central nervous system.

gan·gli·o·gli·o·ma

(gang'glē-ō-glī-ō'mă)
A rare tumor consisting of a glioma component and an atypical neuronal (ganglion) cell component; in younger patients often associated with seizures.

ganglioglioma

a glioma rich in mature neurons or ganglion cells.
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Gangliogliomas are an uncommon lesion, accounting for 0.
10) Calcifications may be present, but the incidence of calcification in spinal cord ganglioglioma is less common than in the intracranial ganglioglioma.
Interestingly, cortical dysplasia is a minor element of such quasihamartomatous lesions as gangliogliomas and dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor.
Oligodendroglial ganglioglioma with anaplastic features arising from the thalamus.
We reserve the term anaplastic ganglioglioma for those rare overtly anaplastic tumors with features of conventional ganglioglioma which include relative circumscription, eosinophilic granular bodies, perivascular chronic inflammation, and a reticulin-rich nested architectural pattern.
One case each of pigmented ganglioglioma,16 pilocytic astrocytoma,[17] and pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma[18] have been reported to date.
Others have reported tumors that phenotypically appear to contain mixtures of ganglioglioma and neurocytoma under the rubric of glioneurocytoma or ganglioglioneurocytoma.
Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma (PXA) and ganglioglioma (GG) are typically superficial, supratentorial, solid, and cystic lesions with a predilection for the temporal lobes of young patients who present with a protracted history of seizures.
This edition adds 19 new chapters on topics like recent advances in cytogenetics and molecular biology, inheritable genetic variations predisposing to tumors, surgical strategies and intraoperative imaging, convection therapy, and gangliogliomas, dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumors, pleomorphic xanthoastrocytomas, atypical teratoid/rabdoid tumors, and chordomas/skull base tumors.
Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumors and gangliogliomas are two different types of low-grade tumors most commonly associated with seizures.
7) Tumoral cysts are more common in gangliogliomas than in astrocytomas or ependymomas.
43) Calcifications are typically seen in the majority of gangliocytomas (44) and in approximately 40% of gangliogliomas (Figure 21).