|Series||International Histological Classification of Tumour|
|Contributions||P. Kleihues, P.C. Burger, and B.W. Scheithauer|
|LC Classifications||QZ 15 KLE 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 112 p. : ill.|
|Number of Pages||112|
Histological Typing of Tumours of the Central Nervous System. Authors (view affiliations) P. Kleihues; P. C. Burger; B. W. Scheithauer Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I-XIV. PDF. Introduction. P. Kleihues, P. C. Burger, B. W. Scheithauer Central Nervous System Tumour Zentralnervensystem cancer cell classification embryo lymphoma. Histological Typing of Tumours of the Central Nervous System by L.H. Sobin, Paul Kleihues, P.C. Burger, B.W. Scheithauer series : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Revised edition of: Histological typing of tumours of the central nervous system / K.J. Zülch, in collaboration with pathologists in 14 countries. Description: xii, . Histological typing of tumours of the central nervous system. Geneva: World Health Organization, (OCoLC) Online version: Zülch, K.J. (Klaus Joachim), Histological typing of tumours of the central nervous system. Geneva: World Health Organization, .
WHO Classification of Tumours of the Central Nervous System is the revised fourth edition of the WHO series on histological and genetic typing of human tumors. This authoritative, concise reference. Revising the World Health Organization (WHO) Blue Book—‘Histological Typing of Tumours of the Central Nervous System’ Peter C. Burger 1 Journal of Neuro-Oncology vol . NF2 is an autosomal dominant heritable tumor predisposition syndrome that leads to the development of central and peripheral nervous system tumors (meningiomas, schwannomas, ependymomas), ophthalmologic findings (cataracts, epiretinal membranes, retinal hamartomas) and cutaneous findings (skin plaques, subcutaneous tumors). 27 Intracranial meningiomas are identified in approximately . Central nervous system (CNS) tumors comprise a variety of benign and malignant neoplasms prevalent across the entire age spectrum (Louis et al., ). Though the overall incidence is higher in adults, brain tumors are the most common solid tumors and the leading cause of cancer-related death in children (Ostrom et al., ). Cerebellar tumors comprise the largest proportion of CNS tumors in .
Histological Typing of Tumours of the Central Nervous System. Paperback. Who. World Health Organization. International Histological C. English. By (author) Paul Kleihues, By (author) P.C. Burger, By (author) B.W. Scheithauer, Assisted by L.H. Sobin. Share. Although more than 12 years have passed since publication of the first WHO histological classification of central nervous . Histological Typing of Tumours of the Central Nervous System. Authors: Kleihues, Paul, Burger, P.C., Scheithauer, B.W. Free Preview. Full 27 years prior to the appearance of the first WHO “blue book”Histological Typing of Tumours of the Central Nervous System 5, the AFIP had undertaken the publication of the earliest of the large, first series of AFIP Fascicles under the auspices of the National Research Council, National Academy of Science, Subcommittee of Oncology. These were mainly the inspiration of Drs Arthur Purdy Stout of . Generally speaking, the tumor of the CNS are divided into two large categories: intro-axial and extra-axial tumors; intro-axial tumors mean those tumors that arise from the brain/spinal cord parenchyma, such as astrocytomas and glioblastomas while extra-axial tumors indicate those tumors that originate from the covers or nerve roots of brain/spinal cord, such as meningiomas and : Frank Yuan Shan, Dingrong Zhong, Wanming Hu, Nitesh Patel, Ekokobe Fonkem, Dongxia Feng, Yilu Zhang.