neuro-oncologist

neuro-oncologist

A neurologist, oncologist or neurosurgeon who is sub-specialised in treating patients with brain tumours and/or their consequences on the nervous system.

neuro-oncologist

A physician–neurologist, oncologist or neurosurgeon, subspecialized in treating Pts with brain tumors and/or their consequences on the nervous system
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Neuro-Oncologist, Texas Oncology-Austin Brain Tumor Center and co-principal investigator of the trial.
These included six ophthalmologists, four psychiatrists, four cardiologists, two otolaryngologists, two orthopedists, and one neuro-oncologist.
Most of these factors could be reliably summarized in a neuropathology report, although interpretation of radiologic findings is probably best left to interactions between the radiologist and neuro-oncologist.
Chandler, 34, will meet with a neuro-oncologist this week to outline the next steps of the recovery process, the page said.
Amy Smith, a pediatric neuro-oncologist at the University of Florida, said the theory is that nimotuzumab works by attacking epidermal growth factor receptors, shutting off the growth of cancer cells.
Dr David Levy, the neuro-oncologist who treated Hughes, said: 'He is a man who has touched the hearts of many, including myself, and it has been a privilege to have cared for him and his family.
Dr David Levy, the neuro-oncologist who treated Hughes, said: ``During much of his treatment, Emlyn continued to work and enjoy life.
Marc Chamberlain, MD -- Professor of Neurology, University of Washington, a world renowned neuro-oncologist, well known for his work on leptomeningeal carcinomatosis.
As a neuro-oncologist taking care of GBM patients every day, GBM AGILE is groundbreaking in so many ways.
I took the neuro-oncology position because I had heard really good things about the neuro-oncologist from nurses and patients.
He is Senior Physician at the Rockefeller University Hospital and is an Adjunct Attending Neuro-Oncologist at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC).
Jim Olson, a pediatric neuro-oncologist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Seattle Children's Hospital, and Heather Franklin, a former member of the executive management team at ZymoGenetics.
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