pineoblastoma

pin·e·o·blas·to·ma

(pin'ē-ō-blas-tō'mă),
A poorly differentiated tumor of the pineal gland most frequently occurring in the first 3 decades of life consisting of small cells with a scant amount of cytoplasm and often forming pseudorosettes; histologically resembles a medulloblastoma; a type of primitive neuroectodermal tumor.
[pineal + G. blastos, germ, + -oma, tumor]

pin·e·o·blas·to·ma

(pin'ē-ō-blas-tō'mă)
A poorly differentiated tumor of the pineal gland consisting of small cells with a scant amount of cytoplasm and often forming pseudorosettes.
[pineal + G. blastos, germ, + -oma, tumor]

pineoblastoma

(pin?e-o-blas-to'ma) [L. pineus, of the pine, + Gr. blastos, germ, + oma, tumor]
A malignant tumor of the pineal gland that may occur in childhood and early adulthood. Synonym: pinealoblastoma
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Aged just three and previously healthy, she was diagnosed with an unusual and aggressive brain tumour called a pineoblastoma.
In addition, the administration of systemic chemotherapy has been reported to prevent pineoblastoma and secondary cancers.
Among the countless heart-warming stories are Margaret Sinclair, running to raise money for the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust, which has supported her grandson Zach in his fight against retinoblastoma and pineoblastoma, and siblings Rosie, Ella and Will Martin, whose mother Sand died last year after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
The 8-year-old girl was told she had metastatic pineoblastoma, a malignant brain tumour, at the age of five and the family was told she had just few weeks to live, News.
Claudia Burkill was diagnosed with incurable metastatic pineoblastoma in 2011.
com)-- On August 25th, Uptown Alley hosted a fundraising event that raised over $6,000 for Lauren Cherry - a Chesterfield native who was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor called Pineoblastoma in July at age three.
desequilibrios y para Hipotonicidad, anticipar ajustes postural (A) Algunos tumores en hemisferios cerebrales: Astrocitoma difuso, Astrocitoma pilocitico, A anaplasico, Glioblastoma multiforme, Xantoastrocitoma pleomorfico, Tumor neuroectodermico pr (B) Algunos tumores del talamo y ganglios basales: Astrocitomas, Ependinomas (C) Algunos tumorearea pineal y cerebro medio: Pineocitoma, Pineoblastoma, Teratoma, Germino Carcinoma embrionario, Coriocarcinoma, Tdel seno endodermico(59).
Primary brain tumors such as medulloblastoma, pineoblastoma and germinoma, and lymphoma and leukemia may spread to the infundibular or suparsellar region via cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) seeding.
Although rare, a condition called trilateral retinoblastoma can occur as a result of bilateral retinoblastoma and pineoblastoma in the pineal gland or suprasellar area.
Actually we found out there wasn't a lot of information on pineoblastoma, because it's pretty rare, and there was no treatment.
b) Pineal parenchymal tumors: Pineoblastoma, Pineocytoma (c) Embryonal Tumors: Medulloblastoma