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intracranial

[¦in·trə′krā·nē·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the cranium.
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41% (n=56) of all diagnosed intracranial tumors, whereas metastases accounted for 21.
Thus, individuals who present symptoms of dementia prior to 50 years of age should be carefully assessed before given a definitive diagnosis because primary intracranial tumors do not produce specific clinical manifestations that would lead to easy discovery.
Benign and malignant intracranial tumors and vascular malformations can cause disability with neurological deficits and death in the patients who harbor them.
6% of all intracranial tumors are benign lesions of embryological origin and rupture of these tumors is very rare (5,6).
This revolutionary concept of Adler achieved substantial success far beyond the practice of radio-surgery at the time, which had restricted radio-surgery for the treatment of intracranial tumors and critical organs.
Meningiomas are presumed to originate from arachnoid cells and constitute approximately 30% of all primary intracranial tumors.
This clinically oriented diagnostic atlas features abundantly illustrated coverage of motor neuron and peripheral nerve diseases, myopathies and myasthenia, cerebral infarction and hemorrhage, dementia syndromes, extrapyramidal disorders, intracranial tumors, spinal tumors, developmental and familial disorders, pain syndromes & trauma, infections, multiple sclerosis, spinal disorders, cranial neuropathy, systemic disease, and epilepsy.
Clinico-morphological pattern of intracranial tumors in children.
The presence of papilloedema and a head tilt are not uncommon in the presence of severely raised ICP secondary to intracranial tumors.
The most common applications of stereotactic radiosurgery include treatment of intracranial malignant tumors, benign intracranial tumors, intracranial vascular disorders, and functional disorders (Figure 1).
Most meningiomas are benign and slow growing intracranial tumors that grow around the brain and spinal cord.
Luke's will use the CyberKnife System primarily to treat vascular malformations and intracranial tumors, but it will give the hospital flexibility to treat tumors in the spine, lung, prostate, kidney and pancreas as well.