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Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor: a surgically curable tumor of young patients with intractable partial seizures. Report of thirty-nine cases

Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor: a surgically curable tumor of young patients with intractable partial seizures. Report of thirty-nine cases,10

Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor: a surgically curable tumor of young patients with intractable partial seizures. Report of thirty-nine cases   (Citations: 151)
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Journal: Neurosurgery , vol. 23, no. 5, 1988
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    • ...It usually occurs in children or young adults and presents clinically as headache and drug-resistant partial seizures [2]...
    • ...The specific glioneuronal element, floating ganglionic neurons, and synaptophysin immunopositivity are diagnostic of DNT [1, 2, 5, 6]. All reported extracortical DNTs had none or rare mitosis, and a low Ki-67 labeling index, ranging from 0.2% to 2% similar to our case...

    Ji Yuanet al. Intraventricular dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor in a pediatric...

    • ...[51] and glioneuronal tumours including dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumours (DNT) [17, 50]...
    • ...These peritumoural changes could represent either tumour extension or precursor lesions from which the tumour arises, as originally proposed [17], for example remnants of the secondary germinal layers or marginal zone [13, 61]...

    George Hadjivassiliouet al. The application of cortical layer markers in the evaluation of cortica...

    • ...Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumors (DNETs) were first described by Daumas-Duportk et al. [1] to better delineate a subset of previously diagnosed ‘‘gliomas’’ with favorable prognosis...
    • ...Morphologically, the tumor was defined as (1) cortically based, (2) containing multinodular architecture with foci resembling diffuse oligodendroglioma (most common), oligoastrocytoma, or astrocytoma, (3) containing specific glioneuronal elements with ‘‘floating neurons’’, and (4) often having foci of adjacent cortical dysplasia [1]...
    • ...There is mounting evidence that DNET’s have a wider spectrum of clinical behaviors than initially suggested by Daumas-Duport and colleagues [1]...
    • ...Despite the benign ‘‘quasihamartomatous’’ natural history initially described by Daumas-Duport et al. [1], our understanding of this tumor continues to evolve...

    Wilson Z. Rayet al. Clinicopathologic features of recurrent dysembryoplastic neuroepitheli...

    • ...Though typically described in the supratentorial location, recent studies have described existence of DNTs outside of the cerebral cortex at atypical ectopic locations such as caudate nucleus [6], septum pellucidum [2, 15], cerebellum, and brain stem [13]...
    • ...Signs and symptoms of obstructive hydrocephalus in the form of headache, nausea, vomiting, and bilateral visual disturbances have been recorded in patients with intraventricular location [2]...
    • ...Since the first pathologic description of DNTs by Daumas-Duport [2] in 1988, several large series have crystallized our knowledge of this developmental glioneuronal tumor...

    Mehar Chand Sharmaet al. Dysembryoplastic neuroepithelial tumor: a clinicopathological study of...

    • ...The same is true of “quasi-hamartomatous” lesions such as ganglioglioma (55) anddysembryoplasticneuroepithelialtumors(6),bothofwhichare often associated with cortical dysplasia...

    Bernd W. Scheithaueret al. The 2007 WHO Classification of Tumors of the Nervous System: Controver...

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