NG2-cells are not the cell of origin for murine neurofibromatosis-1 (Nf1) optic glioma
The rare condition means that Keane, six, suffers from optic glioma
and will eventually lose his eyesight.
in children: surveillance, resection, or irradiation?
Understanding how different kinds of optic glioma
bear the traces of their separate origins is the key to being able to tailor treatment to a specific individual, according to Gutmann.
At one year old, Jamie was diagnosed with a type of brain tumour called Optic Glioma
An optic glioma
in an NF1-affected individual may increase the risk for other CNS malignancies.
Daisy Perry has shown immense courage as she undergoes a gruelling 18-month course of chemotherapy to try to shrink the optic glioma
MPNST was followed in order by plexiform neurofibroma, optic glioma
, skin tumors, learning disabilities, and cafe-au-lait macules (Table 1).
almost always appears by 3 years of age "and certainly by 6 years of age," she said.
In addition, we wanted to explore the potential for the use of pirfenidone in the treatment of progressive brainstem and optic glioma
in patients with NF1.
Thirteen children were found to have structural abnormalities, such as optic glioma
, enlarged ventricles, enlarged sulci, and vermis atrophy, and were eliminated from further analysis.
Among two cases, one case of optic glioma
shown in ten-year-old child with decreasing visual acuity of left eye (Without proptosis) was examined by CT and contiguous axial sections showed thickening and enlargement of left optic were near orbital apex.