Are we over treating Pineal Parenchymal tumour with intermediate differentiation? Assessing the role of localised radiation therapy and literature review.

Abstract

Pineal Parenchymal tumour with intermediate differentiation (PPTID) is a rare disorder, first classified by World Health Organisation in 2000. There are very few published data available and optimal management is yet to be determined. Management has varied from surgery alone to craniospinal radiotherapy with or without chemotherapy. We present our… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s40064-015-1502-9

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@article{Das2016AreWO, title={Are we over treating Pineal Parenchymal tumour with intermediate differentiation? Assessing the role of localised radiation therapy and literature review.}, author={P. Das and S Mckinstry and Abel Devadass and Bruce Herron and David S Conkey}, journal={SpringerPlus}, year={2016}, volume={5}, pages={26} }