Adult cerebellar medulloblastomas: the pathological, radiographic, and clinical disease spectrum.

@article{Hubbard1989AdultCM,
  title={Adult cerebellar medulloblastomas: the pathological, radiographic, and clinical disease spectrum.},
  author={Jane L Hubbard and Bernd Walter Scheithauer and D B Kispert and Scott M Carpenter and Mark R. Wick and Edward R. Laws},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={1989},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={536-44}
}
The records of 34 patients over 16 years of age with cerebellar medulloblastoma were retrospectively reviewed. All patients were treated by surgery, and all surviving patients were given radiation therapy. The imaging characteristics of this rare entity were evaluated with regard to the tumor location in the cerebellum, and the prognostic effects of histological characteristics such as neuronal or glial differentiation and the presence of desmoplasia were investigated. Neither histological… CONTINUE READING