Isocitrate dehydrogenase mutation is associated with tumor location and magnetic resonance imaging characteristics in astrocytic neoplasms
The results of the current study suggested that the prolonged survival of patients with IDH-mutated gliomas is primarily due to a less aggressive biological behavior according to tumor site and MRI features.
ZEB2 Mediates Multiple Pathways Regulating Cell Proliferation, Migration, Invasion, and Apoptosis in Glioma
Overexpression of ZEB2 is an unfavorable factor that may facilitate glioma progression and is positively correlated with pathology grade classification of gliomas patients.
Alpha-enolase as a potential cancer prognostic marker promotes cell growth, migration, and invasion in glioma
Overexpression of ENO1 is associated with glioma progression and inactivated PI3K/Akt pathway regulating the cell growth and epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) progression.
Exosomes derived from microRNA-199a-overexpressing mesenchymal stem cells inhibit glioma progression by down-regulating AGAP2
Mesenchymal stem cell-derived exosomal miR-199a can inhibit the progression of glioma by down-regulating AGAP2.
Hypoxia-induced PLOD2 promotes proliferation, migration and invasion via PI3K/Akt signaling in glioma
In this study, PLOD2 was found to be frequently up-regulated in glioma and could serve as an independent prognostic marker to identify patients with poor clinical outcome and may be a potential therapeutic target for patients with gliomas.
Characteristics of Rathke's cleft cyst based on cyst location with a primary focus on recurrence after resection.
Clinical characteristics, histological features, and outcomes based on location of the cyst with a primary focus on analyzing the predictors of squamous metaplasia and recurrence in these 3 types of RCCs are reported.
Intraventricular craniopharyngioma: morphological analysis and outcome evaluation of 17 cases
Variable adherence patterns and tumor subtypes were observed in IVCs, which were correlated to the tumor pathology, resectability, and subsequent prognosis.
Decreased miRNA-637 is an unfavorable prognosis marker and promotes glioma cell growth, migration and invasion via direct targeting Akt1
The expression level of miR-637 was significantly reduced in clinical glioma tissues compared with normal brain tissues and it was revealed that the introduction of microRNAs dramatically suppressedglioma cell growth, migration and invasion in vitro and in vivo.
Anatomic relations of the arachnoidea around the pituitary stalk: relevance for surgical removal of craniopharyngiomas
- S. Qi, Yuntao Lu, Jun Pan, Xi'an Zhang, Hao Long, Jun Fan
- MedicineActa Neurochirurgica
- 27 January 2011
The proposed classification details the relationship of the surrounding structures to CPs and purports to predict and identify the intraoperative anatomical stratification and attempts to help predict the growth patterns of these tumors.
Radical resection of nongerminomatous pineal region tumors via the occipital transtentorial approach based on arachnoidal consideration: experience on a series of 143 patients
- S. Qi, Jun Fan, Xi-an Zhang, Hui Zhang, B. Qiu, Luxiong Fang
- MedicineActa Neurochirurgica
- 23 September 2014
Radical surgery was recommended as the optimal treatment for nongerminomatous pineal region tumors and Hydrocephalus could be cured by radical tumor removal in the majority of cases.