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Schwannoma...
A schwannoma is a tumour that occurs from Schwann cells, a type of cell that wraps itself around nerves and provides protection and support....
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Rhabdoid Tumour ...
Rhabdoid tumours are made up of many large cells and develop during infancy or childhood. Most commonly, rhabdoid tumours develop in the kidneys and other soft tissues, like muscles....
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Primitive Neuroectodermal (PNET) ...
Primitive Neuroectodermal (PNET) tumours develop from immature, undifferentiated nerve cells in the brain....
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Pituitary Tumours ...
A tumour that develops on the pituitary gland is called a pituitary tumour, or an adenoma....
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Pineal Tumours ...
Pineal tumours form in the pineal gland, a section in the middle of the brain, which is responsible for making melatonin, a hormone that controls sleep. ...
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Mixed Glioma...
A mixed glioma is a tumour made up of more than one type of glial brain cell, including astrocytes, oligodendrocytes and ependymocytes....
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Metastatic Brain Tumours ...
Metastatic brain tumours are some of the most frequently diagnosed tumours occurring in the brain....
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Meningioma...
Meningioma is a tumour that arises in the meninges, the membrane layer which lines the brain. ...
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Medulloblastoma ...
Medulloblastoma is a grade IV, high-grade tumour that generally affects children under the age of 14. ...
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Optic Nerve Glioma ...
An optic nerve glioma is a benign, slow-growing brain tumour. This tumour grows on the optic nerves, responsible for carrying vision from the eyes to the brain. ...
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Oligodendrogliomas ...
Oligodendroglioma is a type of glioma that grows from oligodendrocytes, cells that normally provide insulation to the nerves in the brain. ...
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Ependymoma...
Ependymoma is a rare type of glioma that can affect people of all ages. They account for approximately 2% of all brain tumours.  ...
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Rhabdoid Tumour ...
Rhabdoid tumours are made up of many large cells and develop during infancy or childhood. Most commonly, rhabdoid tumours develop in the kidneys and other soft tissues, like muscles....
Read more
Primitive Neuroectodermal (PNET) ...
Primitive Neuroectodermal (PNET) tumours develop from immature, undifferentiated nerve cells in the brain....
Read more
Schwannoma...
A schwannoma is a tumour that occurs from Schwann cells, a type of cell that wraps itself around nerves and provides protection and support....
Read more
Pituitary Tumours ...
A tumour that develops on the pituitary gland is called a pituitary tumour, or an adenoma....
Read more
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