pinealoblastoma

pinealoblastoma

 [pin″e-ah-lo-blas-to´mah]
pinealoma in which the pineal cells are not well differentiated.
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pinealoblastoma

(pin?e-a-lo-blas-to'ma) [? + Gr. blastos, germ, + oma, tumor] Pineoblastoma.
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Tumors of the pineal region may vary from benign to malignant lesions and are classified into four categories: GCT, pineal cell tumors (such as pineocytoma, pinealoblastoma), glial cell tumors, and miscellanea tumors [14, 15].
Twelve patients had a history of radiotherapy for conditions including Hodgkin's lymphoma (n=7), medulloblastoma, neuroblastoma, pinealoblastoma, pons glioma, and liposarcoma (each in 1 patient).
After few months of enucleation, she developed pinealoblastoma and died of cerebral metastases.
We experienced one intraocular relapse after focal laser consolidation with pinealoblastoma and one child presented with Exudative retinal detachment with severe activity 4 weeks after focal laser treatment.
No patient of this series developed recurrence or pinealoblastoma. We had to enucleate 4 out of 5 (80%) eyes in group 5 compared to 30% eyes in group 4.
4 paediatric extra-axial lesions were seen each of schwannoma, arachnoid cyst, craniopharyngioma, and pinealoblastoma.
These include ependymoma, medulloblastoma, astrocytoma, pinealoblastoma, oligoastrocytoma, primitive neuroectodermal tumor, etc.
IVC has been effective for the control of intraocular disease, prevention of metastasis, and reduction in the prevalence of pinealoblastoma and long-term second malignant neoplasms [8].
La TC y la RM evaluan el compromiso intraocular (coroides, esclera, invasion del nervio optico pre-laminar), extraocular (nervio optico post-laminar y cavidad orbitaria) (24), (26), (27) e intracraneal (pinealoblastoma, metastasis oseas).
Aquellos pacientes con la transmision hereditaria pueden sufrir retinoblastomas primarios adicionales en el mismo ojo o en el contralateral y ademas padecen otras neoplasias en una tasa de 1% por ano de vida que incluyen sarcoma osteogenico de craneo y huesos largos, sarcomas de tejidos blandos, pinealoblastomas, melanomas cutaneos, enfermedad de Hodgkin, cancer de pulmon y mama; que pueden ser los causantes de la muerte del paciente a largo plazo.11