neurocytoma


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Related to neurocytoma: Neurocysticercosis, subependymoma

neu·ro·cy·to·ma

(nū'rō-sī-tō'mă),
A tumor of neuronal differentiation, usually intraventricular in location, consisting of sheets of cells with uniform nuclei and occasional perivascular pseudorosette formation.
[neuro- + G. kytos, cell, + -oma, tumor]

neurocytoma

/neu·ro·cy·to·ma/ (-si-to´mah)

neurocytoma

[noo͡r′ōsītō′mə]
Etymology: Gk, neuron + kytos, cell, oma, tumor
a tumor composed of undifferentiated nerve cells that are usually ganglionic. Also called neuroma.

neu·ro·cy·to·ma

(nūr'ō-sī-tō'mă)
A tumor of neuronal differentiation usually intraventricular in location, consisting of sheets of cells with uniform nuclei and occasional perivascular pseudorosette formation.
[neuro- + G. kytos, cell, + -oma, tumor]

neurocytoma

a brain tumor of undifferentiated cells of nervous origin. Called also neuroepithelioma.
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Distribution of CNS Tumours According to Histopathology Tumour Number Grade II astrocytoma 6 Grade III astrocytoma 5 Glioblastoma multiforme 6 Oligodendroglioma/Subependymoma 1 Meningioma 18 Schwannoma 3 Pituitary macroadenoma 2 Craniopharyngioma 2 Medulloblastoma 1 Central neurocytoma 1 Tuberculoma 3 Secondaries 1 Oligoastrocytoma 1 Table 3.
Neurocytoma, clear cell ependymoma, and PA with oligodendroglial-like cells are possible diagnostic challenges in small biopsies.
One case of central neurocytoma was reported on FS as a low-grade glioma favoring ependymoma [Figure 4 a and b].
The relatively avascular nature of subependymomas also helps distinguish them from other tumors such as central neurocytomas.
Abstract: Central neurocytoma (CN) is a rare intraventricular brain tumor that affects young adults.
HPE Showing Homogenous Cells Separated by Delicate Vascular Stroma with Uniform Round Nuclei in Central Neurocytoma
Central neurocytoma (CN) is a primary neoplasm of the central nervous system that was first introduced as a distinct entity by Hassoun et al (1) in 1982.
Contrast enhanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), was performed which revealed features suggestive of intraventricular neurocytoma with intraventricular hemorrhage (Figs.
Challenging diagnosis: oligodendroglioma versus extraventricular neurocytoma.
In females majority (9) of the patients had glioma followed by 5 patients each had pituitary adenoma and metastasis; 4 patients had meningioma, 2 patients had central neurocytoma and one each had pineal region tumour and benign cystic lesions.
The individual tumor cells are morphologically similar to the prototypical neurocytic tumor of the central nervous system, the central neurocytoma.
The differential considerations for both studies included ependymoma, subependymoma, neurocytoma, giant cell astrocytoma, and metastasis.